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Final Outing For This Season’s Kits

Both have officially released their 22/23 kits, but the Reds of Anfield and Los Blancos of Bernabeu contested the 2022 UCL finals with their current strips, ensuring a grand finale for their respective Nike and adidas outfits. Real, however, made the most out of it by winning the match and making this year’s home kit the one that brought them their 14th Champions League title. If you were keeping tabs, score this one for the Stripes brand. This could also be the start when Vini Jr.’s jerseys take on a new level as it was the young star’s lone goal of the match that won Real the game.

Real Madrid saved its new kit for their celebrations, and it was certainly a worthy reveal moment. Not only was it celebrating its success in the most prestigious club tournament in Europe, the team also bagged another prominent achievement: its 35th La Liga title. It was an interesting symbolism that Real projected its future strip against the backdrop of a continental double of record-extending trophy victories. Orange and blue seemed to be lucky accents to go with. Will purple also bring good football fortunes to the club’s white shirts? Fans will surely hope so…


Not everything was lost for Liverpool. Despite narrowly missing out on the Champions League and Premier League trophies in quick succession, the team secured the domestic double of the League Cup and FA Cup. Perhaps in time, the 2021/22 Liverpool home will become known as the ‘knockout specialist’ kit in England. The Reds wore the current kit proudly on their bus parade and made the celebration the lasting image fans will remember when they think of this red jersey with minimal lighter shade accents from diagonal pinstripes. Next season’s kit will draw inspiration from its club anthem and Hillsborough connection details in pushing the players for football glories on all fronts.

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