Spanish Giants, Real Madrid have launched their third kit for the season In collaboration with their official kit manufacturers, Adidas. The Los Blancos adds a new set of attire to their previous home and away versions that has been debuted for the 2021/22 seasons. According to the club, the third kit will be used in Spanish competitions and in the UEFA Champions League.
Following in the footsteps of clubs such as Arsenal, Juventus, Manchester United and Bayern Munich who all share the same kit manufacturer, Real Madrid also revealed their third kit yesterday. Once again, Adidas paid particular attention to this shirt to give the best quality, design and feel. The third Real Madrid kit is turquoise in colour for both shorts, shirts and socks. The shirt has a black round neck without collars with three white stripes adorning the shoulders. The shorts is also predominantly turquoise, with white stripes running down the sides.
In terms of design and aesthetic, the third kit for Real Madrid spots a lot of reference to Madrid and Spain. Adidas included a Kilometer Zero Plaque, a popular landmark located in the Puerta del Sol region of Madrid, at the inner back of the shirt. Below the Plaque is a map of Spain with two arrows pointing to the East and the South running across the map. A white monochrome version of the Real Madrid crest/badge is added on the left chest side of the shirt.
Customarily, Adidas' logo is also added on the right side of the shirt with the three lines in black and the wordings in White. As always, the words "Emirates Fly Better" is boldly emblazoned at the front of the shirt to show the kit sponsors, Emirates. The third Real Madrid kit is made up of a shirt, a pair of shoes and matching socks to complete it. I was modelled by Karim Benzema.