Leaked: Real Madrid jerseys for 2022/23 season

18 Dec 2021

As every year, in the middle of the season, the kits that the big football clubs will wear for the following season begin to filter. The specialized portal Footyheadlines has been in charge of showing what the home, away and alternative kits will be like.

The bet of Adidas and Real Madrid for next season to return to white and purple, the traditional colors in the history of the entity. The last time was in the 2016/2017 season in which the team won La Liga and La Duodécima with Zinedine Zidane on the bench.

1st kit

The home kit is expected to have a classic design, with a traditional collar just like the elastic of the aforementioned season. The three stripes of Adidas, located on the upper sides of the shirt would be purple, while the logo of the German firm would be black. It must be said that Footyheadlines rates this design with 85% being so. The most striking thing about the shirt are the Real Madrid shields that would appear all over it smoothly.

2nd kit

The second shirt, reserved especially for away games in the League, would be totally purple although with various shades. Based on the leak, the chest area will have a diagonal tile pattern in a lighter shade of purple.

The kit will differ from the simpler design that was worn in the 2016/2017 season, when it was totally purple (a shade darker) with a white round neck. What is expected is that the Adidas logo is white, in addition to the monochromatic shield.


3rd kit

The third shirt, the alternative, will be the one that will break another year with the traditional. It will be a more innovative design and in which a color that is not linked to the history of the entity, such as fluorine green, will be ‘explored’.

The shirt combines a black base with a phosphor lime yellow color. A dark gray graphic pattern completes a totally modern look.

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