Adidas Launch Real Madrid 21/22 Home Shirt

LaLiga giants Real Madrid have unveiled their sleek new adidas home kit for the 2021/22 season.

Los Blancos have kept with tradition in unveiling their new home strip for next season after revealing their 2021/22 kit, which combines the famous white base with blue and orange trimmings on a round-neck collar and sleeves

For the shirt, adidas has taken the iconic white of Real Madrid and introduced a subtle spiral graphic engineered into the fabric. The spiral design reflects the fountains in the Plaza de Cibeles, an area of Madrid synonymous with the club – a place where fans unite to celebrate winning titles. The clean white base colour of the shirt is complemented by bright pops of Lucky Orange and High-Res Blue which represent the vibrant culture of the capital. The contrasting colours feature on the loop label of the neck which also incorporates the spiral design, as well as the sponsor logos and three stripes. 

Real Madrid is a unique team with a unique history,” said Marco Omiccioli, Football Designer at adidas. “We wanted to keep the design of this season’s jerseys bold yet simple to reflect the expectation that comes with the badge, and that is to win. With a meaningful reference to the Cibeles within the city and the colours of the stadium, which the clubs’ players and fans are proud to call home, we wanted to give supporters a sense of pride when they put on this season’s shirt. Real Madrid has always been a club cut from a different cloth, and this year’s jersey is no different.

The new strip is available to purchase across adidas stores and official Real Madrid stores across the world and will be available to buy at other establishments from 8 June 2021, according to the club’s website.

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