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Real Salt Lake 2021/22 Kits

Real Salt Lake are an American soccer club based in Salt Lake City, Utah and they wear red and blue home shirts with yellow trim and their shirts are produced by adidas. The club were founded in 2004 and since then they have had red home shirts and they have also had several notable players to to play for the side including Freddy Adu, Jeff Cunningham, Fabian Espindola and Andy Williams.

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Real Salt Lake play their home games in strip comprising a red shirt with blue arms and shoulders with yellow strips on top. the shorts and socks are both blue. The shorts and socks are white. The shirt has yet to be worn to any honours.

Real Salt Lake is a professional soccer club based in Salt Lake City, Utah they were formed in 2004 and have been playing in Major League Soccer since 2005. Salt Lake play their home games at the University of Utah's 45,600 capacity Rice-Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Real Salt Lake signed a deal with Real Madrid in September 2006 that will see the two clubs co-operating over the next 10 years, with a biennial friendly match between the two teams to take place in Salt Lake City. The agreement also contains a major youth development programme to train local players from the age of 12 to 18, a major boost for the future of the club.

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