Fans from all over the world are waiting for the presentation of the new real Madrid uniform for the 2021-2022 season. Spanish FC is the winner of a large number of awards in the Champions League, 2 Cups and 4 UEFA super cups. She was named Ipania champion 33 times, won the national Cup 19 times, and won the super Cup 11 times. Therefore, fans, trying to emphasize their love for the team, strive to get a uniform for themselves, just like their favorite football players.
Recently, the first photos of real Madrid’s game uniforms for the 2021-2022 season appeared on the network. Adidas is still a technical sponsor of the FC, so its logo is present on the t-shirt, shorts and gaiters. Another major sponsor of the club is Fly Emirates. This time, the t-shirt will feature the slogan “Fly Better”, located under the company’s logo.
According to the photo, the new uniform will resemble the kit of the 2014-2015 season. It is made in white, has:
- pink stripes on the sides, starting from the armpit area;
- white collar;
- the logo of FC;
- white stripes on the shoulders, which are present only on the pink version of the uniform;
- graphic pattern on the cuffs, made in black and pink colors.
It was assumed that the new form will be officially released at the end of may 2020, but due to the epidemiological situation in the world, the presentation date has been postponed indefinitely.
Pink theme of the new form. On the t-shirt there are:
- Adidas logo;
- the Fly Emirates logo and the inscription “Fly Better” below it.»;
- the logo of FC;
- three white stripes on the shoulders;
- graphic pattern on the cuffs in black and white colors.
Additional form set
It is made in black with gray spots forming a graphic pattern. In continuation of the pink theme, the logos of the FC and sponsor companies are pink in color. It is also finished with a collar, sleeves and stripes on the sides, starting from the armpit area.
It was planned to release it in August 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the deadline has been postponed. A new date has not yet been announced.