After a more than disappointing white season for a club of its stature, Real Madrid stood out in a bad sense when they saw Luis Enrique not select any of his Spanish players for the Euro, a historic first. The White House intends to do everything in its power not to relive such a season and this could start with a workforce review and a potential arrival of Kylian Mbappé to support Karim Benzema in attack. But while waiting for the arrival of stars in the capital, it is the away jersey designed for the 2021-2022 campaign that awaits the Merengues supporters.
Equipped by adidas since the 1998-1999 season, Real Madrid are the most important club of the German brand internationally and the long history between the two entities is not about to end since in 2019, they have signed a contract extension that would bring in nearly 120 million euros per year until 2028 at the club led by Florentino Pérez. As for many clubs, adidas is content to respect the traditional colors on the home jerseys, making speak its creativity on the other tunics whose colors vary enormously. For the next year, the three-stripe brand drew its inspiration from the past when it came to imagining the jersey that Luka Modrić and his partners will wear in hostile soil.
A 1990’s jersey brought up to date
After pink, black, gray or even purple that we have seen in recent seasons on the Casa Blanca away jerseys, blue takes place this time in the company of orange accents. This tunic finally presents an inverted color compared to the new home shirt unveiled a few weeks ago since we obviously found white but also blue and orange.
These three colors with a blue background had already stood out on the secondary tunic worn by Raúl and his friends during the 1998-1999 season. As more than 20 years ago, the orange tip is present on the upper part of the jersey and more precisely on the three adidas bands which are on the shoulders as well as on the collar while the white covers the sponsor jersey as well. as the logos of the club and the equipment manufacturer.
The true modern side of this revisited vintage jersey comes from the tone-on-tone patterns inspired by graffiti where we can distinguish arrows and crowns. The two new Madrid outfits therefore include graphics, making them quite revolutionary tunics since the club with 13 C1 has always wore very simple jerseys.
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