Sports Fashion is crazy, that’s the first thing I’m gonna say. Real Madrid is the world’s best and largest football club. And in being the best, they always bring out the best home and away jersey there is.
Cristiano Ronaldo one of the best footballers in the world played for Real Madrid and wore jersey number ‘7’ Real Madrid’s home jersey has always been white coloured making them the white Angels in football history Real Madrid has launched a new home kit for 2023-24 that is so nice it might just be enough to have fans forget the club’s disappointing season and look to the future.
After finishing 10 points behind bitter rivals Barcelona in LaLiga, and their bid for a 15th Champions League title ended by a stunning 4-0 demolition at Manchester City in the semifinals, Madrid has “only” the Copa del Rey and FIFA Club World Cup to add to their trophy cabinet. However, the club gave their supporters plenty of cause for optimism on Wednesday by not only confirming the signing of Jude Bellingham but also unveiling a stunning jersey for the midfielder and his new teammates to wear next term.
Los Blancos have stuck to their traditional template with a pristine white base accompanied by rich trimmings, lending the whole thing a suitably regal air.
After having subtler purple accents on last season’s design, the 2023-24 shirt features two-tone detailing in yellow and dark navy on the collar, sleeves and the three stripes of manufacturer Adidas down the shoulders.
The navy edging also extends beneath the arms and down along the flanks, creating a border along the bottom edge of the reverse of the shirt. The fabric also has a subtle “flock” effect woven into the lightweight mesh for an added dash on it.
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Manchester United and Adidas have just presented their new home jersey for the 2023/24 season and it sees the duo take inspiration from Manchester’s rich history and industrial foundations.
Originally unveiled by Mancunian rapper and Manchester United fan, Aitch, at Glastonbury Festival, the new jersey embodies the spirit of the 0161 with the strip including a design that features the iconic red rose of United in a geometric pattern. This is inspired by the bridge between Manchester and Salford that was built during the industrial revolution, a creation that was placed above the river Irwell and continues to stand as a symbol of the deep connection Mancunians have with the city’s industrial legacy.
The jersey’s new pattern is featured atop a primarily red block design, with the club crest and customary Adidas logo being placed on the chest in white. Rounding off the design, the new shirt is complemented by a striped flat knit crew neck collar, which sports the classic Manchester United hues of red, white, and black.
The on-field version of the new Manchester United jersey — made from 100% recycled materials — is constructed with HEAT.RDY technology is used to keep players feeling comfortable while performing at the highest level. Meanwhile, the fan version of the kit includes AEROREADY technology, which uses sweat-wicking and absorbent materials to keep wearers dry.
You can take a closer look at the new Manchester United jersey above and you will be able to see it IRL for the first time when United takes on Leeds United FC on July 12. The jersey is also now available to purchase via the official Manchester United website and with select Adidas retailers.
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