My favourite feature of this shirt is the white stripe that navigates itself around the collar breaking up the solid green. It's the small details like these that can make or break a football shirt in my eyes. I personally believe that green a white is a good colour combination when it comes to designing a football shirt. The SpVgg Greuther Fürth Shirt I own is another example of a kit manufacturer being able to pull of green and white horizontal stripes. I'm in two minds on whether the sponsor is either too loud or if it compliments the base colours of the shirt. It certainly stands out which I guess is what the sponsor aims to achieve.
Design Rating: 6/10
Rarity Rating: 7/10
RANDOM CLUB FACT
Almost since the club's beginnings, Rapid fans have announced the last fifteen minutes of the game by way of the traditional "Rapidviertelstunde" – rhythmic clapping at home or away no matter what the score. The first mention of the practise goes back to 1913, and on 21 April 1918 a newspaper wrote about the fans clapping at the beginning of the "Rapidviertelstunde". Over the decades, there were many instances where the team managed to turn around a losing position by not giving up and, with their fans' support, fighting their way to a win just before the final whistle.