Authentic Hamburg SV Football Shirts by adidas
Latest Hamburg SV football kit for their Bundesliga campaign. Official Hamburg SV shirts and kit printing available to order.
Three decades have passed since Hamburg SV won the Bundesliga, but they remain one of the biggest clubs in German Football, and their Adidas 2013/14 home shirt will be a strong seller.
The Red Shorts have gone through some difficult times in recent years with battles against relegation and average mid-table finishes, which eventually saw the end of sporting director Frank Arnesen’s reign in May. Replacing him, Oliver Kreuzer comes in with a fresh vision for Hamburg after managing 3.Liga side Karlsruher SC. Thorsten Fink has still a bit to go to convince the Hamburg supporters
The most moves have been through the exit door as HSV look to reduce their playing budget next season. South Korean Son Heung-Min had a strong 2012/13 with 12 goals in the league, but he joined Bayer Leverkusen for £10m. Kreuzer is expected to allow Marcus Berg, Gojko Kacar and Robert Tesche to join Son in leaving the club. There has been little cause for optimism in new signings with only Hakan Calhanoglu and Kerim Demirbay, both very highly-rated footballers in their own right, adding some future potential to the side.
Last season saw the return of Rafael Van der Vaart from Spurs and subsequently, the Van Der Vaart 23 Hamburg shirt sold like hot-cakes. The Dutchman lived up to the expectation, and the high transfer value, to help Hamburg push for Europe in 2012/13. He will have the weight of the Volkspark on his shoulders, but he has shown to deliver in the past. Also, the duo of Maxi Beister and Artjoms Rudnevs adds some strength in attack and they will be two popular names on Hamburg jerseys across Northern Germany.
Kevin Keegan isn’t gracing the Imtech Arena pitch these days, nor Uwe Seeler – but HSV’s tradition and power remains. Their Adidas range for 2013/14 is one of the strongest packages in German football, and there’s a whole lot of merchandise for Hamburg supporters to back their club through for the future.