Real Madrid’s Home Shirt for the 2013-14 Season [PHOTO] & [VIDEO]

Real Madrid and adidas have unveiled the Spanish club’s new home shirt for the 2013-14 season.

It’s an incredibly smart design from adidas (hint hint Nike with your England shirt design). The orange and silver trim complement the shirt well.

“adidas wanted to go a step further in innovation and product design,” said a statement from the kit designer. “The highlight details for the first time are in orange, a completely new hue for the Club. Leading for the first time three colour elements in the design of the shirt: collar and cuffs in white, orange and grey. Also notice the front panel which is different to previous collections, it presents a pattern of horizontal blocks, giving the shirt a unique texture. Finally, a high density print with the words “REAL MADRID” on the back of the neck, showing the white club membership from all angles.”

Rather than marketing hyperbole, everything above that adidas says makes sense, and are integral parts to the design of the new Real Madrid home shirt.

This one gets an A in my book. What do you think? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

14 thoughts on “Real Madrid’s Home Shirt for the 2013-14 Season [PHOTO] & [VIDEO]”

  1. The awkward moment when they PSG or any other team with Fly Emirates on their Jerseys lol Real Madrid did it for the money & that’s good.. They’re going to earn 30 million euros per season from that sponsorship.

  2. Why is everyone suggesting it would be some sort of bad thing, or awkward, if two teams with the same sponsor played each other?

    1. @Electric, unless the rules have been relaxed – In the past, if both teams had the same sponsor in European matches, one had to play with blank shirts.

      Gaffer, you and I think alike – this is pure and simple class.

      The orange trim makes the difference. The attention paid with the vertical pinstripes and level of embroidery in the crest, is sublime.

      I only wish the had stripes stopped at the top of the shoulder.

  3. LOL the cross on top of the crest is barely visible by the stitching. Bet its intentional since they removed the cross on the crest for the theme park they are making in the middle east too.

  4. That’s a good move for Real Madrid & we the fans of this great club of class welcomes the new & beautiful jersey!! Halla Madrid 4life!!

  5. Wow, that is perfect. The gold+orange trims make all the difference. Emirates airline needs to be stopped from monopolising though. Think they have a sponsored team in all major European leagues now don’t they? EPL (Arsenal), Bundesliga (Hamburger SV), Seria A (Milan) and now Madrid for La Liga.

    It is quite likely that two of those teams will face off in European competition. In which case doesn’t one of the teams (usually away) have to cover up the sponsorship so it doesn’t look like Emirates are in complete charge of everything?

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