Real Madrid, the ten-time Champions of Europe, are one of the elite clubs in all of football. The global appeal for the club from the Spanish is astronomical, and they are one of the most wealthy and profitable clubs in the world.

Real Madrid, synonymous with their white kits, are a total juggernaut on and off the pitch. Their current relationship with German sportswear company adidas has been active since 1998, and together have produced kits that have been trendsetters within the sport. Their newest kits are usually very sought after no matter the season, and this coming seems to be no exception, as Los Blancos add a very unconventional color to their kit collection – pink – for what could be very fashionable kits.

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The home kit is Real’s classic white strip with stylish elements. The shirt’s collar is a rounded button-up, and the main design on the chest features a very light sunray hoop effect. Adidas’ trademark three stripes on the sleeves are black as is the logo on the chest. Pink comes in on the shirt’s side trims and with black and smaller gray stripes overlayed on the arched stripe on the back of the kit, under the team’s label. The pink trim is also tastefully applied to the shorts and socks, as it’s located on the very top of the short’s waistband and near the hem, and under the black three stripes on the top layer of the socks. The club’s initials, RM, are also on the socks.
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The away kit is in a steady pink with white trim. The stylish features from the home kit carry over to this clash kit, like the sunray effect on the chest and the round buttoned collar. The club’s monochrome emblem is white, as well as the thin side-piping and back arched stripe. The shorts and socks are also pink with white trim only. Fly Emirates, the club’s main shirt sponsor since 2013, returns on both kits.

Real Madrid’s influences in the world of sports runs pretty deep. From its stars like Cristano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, down to its’ stadium, the Santiago Bernabeu, But their kits always leave a lasting impression. What you think about Real’s fashion-forward kits? Like them? Hate them? Leave us a comment below, or hit us up on our social media pages!