Bayern Munich have revealed a new home kit inspired by their iconic Allianz Arena and it is all red after fans voted to banish navy blue from their colours.
The Adidas strip features a prominent diamond pattern reflecting the exterior of their stadium, which glows red whenever Bayern play a home fixture there.
The stadium is prominent in adverts to promote the new kit, which Bayern will wear in their final Bundesliga match of the season against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.
The Bavarian club effectively require just a point from the match to win the Bundesliga title for the seventh consecutive season given their superior goal difference to challengers Borussia Dortmund.
And the whole kit is red after the club bowed to pressure from supporters last season and guaranteed that all future Bayern strips would be in their traditional colours of red and white.
Fans were unhappy about the use of blue in their shorts and socks, believing the colour to be associated with their city rivals 1860 Munich.
They held up protest banners at various home matches towards the end of last season and during the present campaign.
And the agitators will be pleased to see the new kit, modelled by David Alaba, Thomas Muller and others doesn't contain a trace of blue.