Following a tremendous 2019-20 campaign, in which they became just the second team ever to win a "sextuple", Bayern Munich continued their dominance of the Bundesliga, topping Germany's premier world football league for the 31st time. At the forefront was elite striker Robert Lewandowski, who earned heaps of honors for the 2020-21 season, including the European Gold Shoe, and the Ballon d'Or Striker of the Year. While defending Bayern's UEFA Champions League title, Lewandowski donned the offered match-worn jersey during Champions League play.
Showing light signs of use/wear, this vibrant Adidas jersey is a fine tribute to Bayern's recent success. At center on the front, between an Adidas factory logo and the Bayern Club badge, is a gold FIFA World Champions 2020 patch. Also seen on the front are T-Mobile corporate sponsorship at center, a black Adidas 20/21 label on the right tail, and a "Heat.Rdy" label on the left tail. The right sleeve hosts a Champions League 2020 patch, while the left sleeve bears a UEFA Respect patch, and a 6/trophy patch, signifying Bayern's glorious sextuple triumph in the 2019-20 season. Located on the back, are Lewandowski's name, number "9", and the Bayern Club motto "Mia San Mia"; and another Adidas logo resides inside the collar.
A positive style match can be seen at Getty Images #1231778028. Accompanying is a COA signed by Alexandre Silva da Silveira, stating this jersey comes from his personal collection and is a Bayern Munich match-worn shirt used by Lewandowski in the 2020/21 season. Silveira held the position of Brazil National Team Soccer Coordinator for 21 years, as noted on the COA.