La Liga and Champions League winners Real Madrid have released the new kits Cristiano Ronaldo and co will be wearing next season.
The traditional white kit sees a slight twist for the 2017/18 campaign, with three light blue stripes now outlining the strip, which has been made by adidas.
In honour of the club’s 115-year history, a small stamp features at the bottom of the shirt with the years 1902-2017.
The gold ‘FIFA World Champions’ badge sits prominently on the right of the chest in a sleek, v-neck design, as Real Madrid will look to pick up where they left off from their double-winning season last time out.
The away design sees a return to black for Zinedine Zidane’s side, the colour of the team’s strip when Real claimed the Champions League trophy back in 2000.
In a two-tone colour scheme, the turquoise-green stripes and badge stand out against the darker background.
The kit is made from a polo-shirt fabric in order to offer a more comfortable fit for the likes of Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Luka Modric, but still retains the ‘climacool’ technology for enhanced performance.
Source: Sky Sports