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Real Madrid fans can now purchase the team's new kit.

All three kits are available at the official Real Madrid store.

Through their colour combinations, both Adidas kits seek perfection on the field of play. The home strip sees Real Madrid's customary white coupled with the sober silver-grey of the shirt's three stripes. On the inside of the collar, the club badge appears with the inscription “Hala Madrid y nada más”, which like the stripes is also in silver.

The shirt's design again features a round-neck collar, which no longer includes buttons. The chief innovation is the adoption of a double-sleeve effect using a different material. In addition, the crest incorporates different textures and maintains the club's traditional colours.

Grey takes centre stage in the away kit, with a high-tec fabric that has the feel of cotton. A touch of colour is brought by fluorescent yellow stripes that are present on the shirt, shorts and socks.

The third strip is dark blue, the colour of the Madrid sky on those magical Bernabéu nights. Manufactured using ClimaCool technology, the standout features of its elegant design are the thermo-stamped crest and the stitched-mesh bands on the sleeves and lower section of the jersey.

Legendary shirts

The three new kits are the latest additions in the 113-year history of the Real Madrid shirt and the huge feats achieved in it throughout this period. Among the major milestones are the five consecutive European Cups won by the Madrid of Alfredo Di Stéfano (1955-1960) in a pure white strip. The club's 15th Copa del Rey triumph (1982), with the arrival of Adidas as the Whites' shirt supplier and the addition of purple to the kits, is another among the great successes enjoyed by Real Madrid while wearing their many different jerseys.

Get a deeper insight into the history of the Real Madrid shirt with this special feature!