Real Madrid’s 2019/2020 home and away kits have been leaked

A general view of the Real Madrid logo during the UEFA Champions League Final at the NSK Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev. (Photo by Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images)
A general view of the Real Madrid logo during the UEFA Champions League Final at the NSK Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev. (Photo by Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images) /
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Real Madrid fans are being made aware of the club’s new kits that will be released this summer after they were leaked online.

Thanks to the work of Footy Headline – a website known for having the latest on kit releases around the world – we now know what Real Madrid’s home, away kit, and third kit made by Adidas will look like this coming fall.

Sticking true to the Adidas mantra and the tradition of Los Blancos, the home kits will be white and feature the ‘Fly Emirates logo perfectly in the middle, with gold stripes on each of the shoulders.

The Adidas logo on the chest and the sponsor name will also be gold, giving the club a more prestigious look than the black trim and lettering they wore this season. Here is a rendering of what the jerseys could look like on some of Madrid’s possible big name signings.

This coming year’s home kit will remind many fans of the 2011/2012 kit when the club was sponsored by Bwin. Looking back it at now, that kit is one of my favorites all time but this coming year’s could take the top spot.

While the home kit will look classy, the away kit is a bit more flashy. Leaks have indicated that the road uniform will be navy blue with gold accents. The away kit will see the Adidas logo and sponsor name adorned in gold just like the home. The only difference is the black lines on the shoulder which could be a dark blue, but it is hard to tell from the image provided.

You can check out an image of the stunning kit here. This one might be my favorite away kit I have seen from the club in the last decade. We have been subjected to some really horrendous colors such as purple, orange, and frequently black. This one, however, feels like a creative and necessary change of pace.

The third kit – as usual – will be a little bit out there but it could be much worse. The background appears to be an aqua color of some sort with dark blue trim on the shoulders.

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Overall, I would give Adidas high marks on these new kits and will definitely be buying the away navy kit. It’s hard to not look good and win championships in navy and gold.

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