Real Madrid Release New Home Kit For 2017/18 Season, Trim Is Turquoise This Time (Photos & Video)

Chris Wright

14th, June 2017



Photo: Real Madrid/Adidas Football

Real Madrid have unveiled the new togs their players will be wearing next season, with Adidas knocking out a pair of new jerseys for the reigning Spanish and European champions.

As ever, when it comes to Real’s home shirt, the only variable is the colour of the trim, with Adidas plumping for a less-than-subtle shade of turquoise this time round…


Photo: MARCA

As can be seen above, the turquoise piping is echoed on Real’s new dark grey away shirt too.

For European games, the two strips will also bear an arm patch with the ‘duodecima’ symbol on it, in reference to the 12 European Cup titles the club have now won.


Photo: Twitter

We find it awfully difficult to get excited at Real Madrid jerseys, largely because they’ve been totally interchangeable for a least a decade or more now.

Still, it’s a cool, clean look and the azure blue trim gives it a hint of ‘bathroom chic’.

Any love for the new Los Blancos strips, Pies fans?

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  1. PUPI says:

    Meh… I don’t understand these fucking Fifa badges, I think if you win everything you should get the right to NOT wear these fucking things, instead they fuck up your shirt.
    Thats why I support LIVERPOOL, we never win anything – we never have to wear these badges

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