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Authentic FC Nurnberg Football Shirts from adidas

Latest FC Nurberg football kits for the Bundesliga season available with official Nurnberg shirt printing and training wear.

1.FC Nurnberg have a unique place in German football. Known as “Der Club”, FCN are one of the mainstays of the modern Bundesliga.

A 10th place finish in the top-flight for 2012/13 was a steady turnaround for Nurnberg, having lost head coach Dieter Hecking midway through the campaign, joining VfL Wolfsburg and taking key defender Timm Klose with him for £5m. Still, young Michael Wiesinger has impressively directed things in the right direction in his first proper first-team stint as chief-trainer.

Wiesinger has been a quiet man during the 2013/14 pre-season, in terms of transfer activity. Only Daniel Ginczek is a notable addition to their ranks, but the Nurnberg staff have been busy making sure Japanese playmaker Hiroshi Kiyotake is still in Franconia next season. The star-man has been strongly linked with moves away from the Bundesliga – but he is an invaluable asset to the club in 2013/14.

Naturally, as the regional base of Adidas, Nurnberg have been supported by the German-native kit manufacturers. The dark red, or “Wine Red” by description, is traditional to FCN but Adidas have pulled off a classic, yet simply-designed kit for 2013/14 and use the best of modern CLIMACOOL technology.

Their prized Japanese internationalist is the face of FCN next season and the Kiyotake shirt will sell like hot-cakes in the stadium – and across the Far East. Likewise, youngster Alexander Esswein has the potential to continue to star for Nurnberg and Germany’s U21 side. Esswein could be ready to step into the ‘No.10’ Nurnberg role next season, if he continues to live up to early potential.