Real Madrid are the best club in Spanish football in terms of Spanish league titles won and they wear an all white kit which they have worn since their establishment in 1902. The shirts are manufactured by adidas and sponsored by Fly Emirates. Often referred to as the ‘Galacticos’ team, Real Madrid have had several iconic players to wear their shirt including the Brazilian Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, David Beckham, Luis Figo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Hierro, Sergio Ramos, Iker Casillas, Gareth Bale, Michael Owen, James Rodriguez and Roberto Carlos.
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- Real Madrid Away Kit
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- Previous Real Madrid Home Kits
- Children’s Real Madrid Kit
- Real Madrid Goalkeeper Shirts
- Real Madrid Club History
Real Madrid 23/24 Home Kit
For the 2023/24 season, the Galacticos of Santiago Bernabeu had their white adidas home shirt filled with bold shades of black and gold accents. The former was more prominent as an outline along the sides and hemline, while the latter coloured the template shoulder stripes. The two, however, formed a tri-colour formation with the white base along the sleeve cuffs and collar. This season’s home jersey was known as ‘¡HALA MADRID!, courtesy of the same branding seen on the panel latched on the collar at the backside.
2022/23 Real Madrid Home Shirt
Real Madrid’s 2022/23 home combined the traditional white with purple accents as found on the three stripes on each shoulder. Purple was a popular secondary colour, appearing as the base for the 2017 UCL Title-winning away kit and as accents for the 1980s and 1990s shirts. This season’s jersey also had the team crest embossed all over it to serve as a design pattern. The outfit appealed to fans of buttoned polo shirts, whose collar’s edge had a half-and-half lining of purple and black.
2021/22 Real Madrid Home Shirt
Los Blancos stay traditional colour wise as their 2021-22 home shirt is predominantly white. Taking inspiration from the Plaza de Cibeles, the kit’s top showcases spiral visuals on the front and a blue circular badge with an orange outline and inner rings on the backside below the neckline. The same combination of blue and orange appear on the cuffs and round collar combined with their pipings. There are also blue horizontal shoulder stripes to mark the influence of the team’s kit sponsor, adidas.
2020/21 Real Madrid Home Shirt
Real Madrid CF’s 2020-2021 home kit is now officially revealed. The new kit maintains the traditional colour of white as the base. However, it introduces designs that are subtle but slick. As the shirt is produced by Adidas, three stripes run down the sides of the main body. What is eye-catching though is that the stripes are pink. Another pink application in the kit is in the cuffs as it combines with dark blue to produce a tiger skin print on the said areas. This pink and dark blue tiger skin print also occupies the centre of the back of the white collar.
Another change in the new home kit is the branding of the main sponsor Emirates Airline, as it is now rebranded as ‘Emirates FLY BETTER’ instead of simply ‘Fly Emirates.’ The main sponsor branding on the centre is black, and the same goes for the adidas logo on the right chest. Like most football clubs, the crest of the Los Blancos is on the left chest.
Men’s Real Madrid Shirt
Real Madrid has worn mainly an all white kit for most of its history. Its inaugural kit was plainly white but with black socks; which is the most notable change in modern times with white socks worn. Only once has another colour been used-black shorts were worn in the 1925 season. In the 1950’s the Real Madrid shirt became one of the most recognisable shirts of all time.
The design of the body has changed at various times though, with different manufacturers like Adidas, Hummel and Kelme switching the styles whilst keeping the all white colours since the 1980s. Adidas is the current kit maker for Real Madrid, while the current shirt sponsor is Fly Emirates, replacing bwin.com in 2013. The white kit has become one of the most famous in world football. The white shirt has been worn by many greats including Raul Gonzalez, Zinedine Zidane, Iker Casillas, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Hierro, Roberto Carlos, Alfredo di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas and many more.
Children’s Real Madrid Kit
Since producing replica shirts the club have produced shirts for all ages including kids. Popular player shirts worn by kids in the past twenty seasons include Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo, Kaka, Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos, Raul Gonzalez and many more.
The clubs academy have a strong history of producing and developing football stars. Player that have become stars at the club include Raul Gonzalez, Sergio Ramos, Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, Iker Casillas, Ferenc Puskas, Alfredo di Stefano and many more.
Real Madrid Goalkeeper Shirts
Real Madrid’s goalkeeper kits have predominantly been black, yellow and orange. The away goalkeeper kits have commonly been the same colours but with blue and red included as well.
The club have had several world class goalkeepers play for them such as Iker Casillas, Juanito Alonso, Paco Buyo, Miguel Angel and Mariano Garcia Ramon. The clubs current goalkeeper is Thibaut Courtois, who is also Belgium’s Number One at the time of this writing.
Real Madrid Club History
Real Madrid Club de Futbol were formed in 1902 it is known as Spain’s and the world’s most successful football club, according to FIFA’s club ranking of the 20th century, just ahead of Manchester United. The club was originally named Madrid Club de Futbol, but were allowed to use the title Real after King Alfonso XIII of Spain gave the club an official blessing in June 1920.
Real Madrid wear white shirts, shorts and socks for their home games at the Santiago Bernabeu. The club has a long-running rivalry with FC Barcelona, dubbed as ‘El Classico.’ Madrid Derby refers to matches involving Real and its neighbour Atletico Madrid. Due to their relative successes on their respective domestic leagues, Bayern Munich and Juventus often meet Real in the Champions League. Raul has the most appearances for the club at 741 while Cristiano Ronaldo at 450 goals is the top scorer.