Leaked: Real Madrid 2021-2022 jersey will be inspired by Cibeles and have an orange touch

29 Nov 2020

The shirts that the big clubs in Europe will wear next season are already beginning to leak. As usual, the Esvaphane portal exclusively reveals these designs and they never go unnoticed. They have a fairly high success rate, so we could be talking almost one hundred percent about the next shirts for the white team.

However, it should be noted that, since it was published in December, the shirts may undergo some kind of modification before they are confirmed. It is a technique widely used to know the opinion of the fans and thus not take risks with a final model.

The first shirt will be white, with blue stripes on the shoulders, and a very striking orange color. This would be the one that borders the Adidas logo and the central advertising of Fly Emirates. Most likely also the numbers, although there are no photographs of the back of the jerseys.

According to the leaked information, the design would be inspired by La Cibeles. A place of worship for Madridistas, where the titles are celebrated at the end of the season. For its part, the second will be navy blue with orange stripes.

Very similar to the one that Real Madrid wore in 1998-99. They also tend to turn to the past to design new kits, such as the second this year and the one worn by Ancelotti’s team in 2014-15.

The third kit is going to be turquoise blue. This is always the one that can undergo the most modifications, while the first two are practically closed. Based on the analysis they do after the leaks, they will decide whether to change something or leave as it is.

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