Like many other Adidas shirts, this follows the same format of one colour for the main body of the shirt, with the collar and sleeve borders being another colour. It's not a spectacular shirt but it's a petty decent example of a simple design. The colour combination works well enough and the sponsor is very clean and unobtrusive. The font used on the rear of the neck is unique and fancy. The only improvement for me would be a slightly more vibrant red being used as at the moment it's quite a dark looking shirt.
Design Rating: 4/10
Rarity Rating: 7/10
RANDOM CLUB FACT
SpVgg Greuther Fürth is 1. FCN's longest standing local rival. Their rivalry goes back to the early days of German football when, at times, those two clubs dominated the national championship. The clubs have played 258 matches against each other, the most in German professional football. In 1921, the German national team consisted only of players from Nürnberg and Fürth for a match against the Netherlands in Amsterdam. The players traveled in the same train, but with the Nürnberg players in a carriage at the front of the train and those from Fürth in a carriage at the rear, whilst the team manager Georg B. Blaschke sat in the middle. A Fürth player scored the first goal of the match, but was only congratulated by Fürth players. Allegedly, Hans Sutor, a former SpVgg Fürth player, was forced to leave the team when he married a woman from Nuremberg. He was later signed by 1. FC Nürnberg and was in the team that eventually won three national championships. Both clubs played together in the Bundesliga in 2012–13.