These are the new Real Madrid kits 2015/16, Spanish giants Real Madrid’s new home and away strips for the upcoming La Liga season. The new uniforms, made by Adidas, use the “Only Perfect Counts” motto and were officially unveiled on 15 June, 2015.
Real will have a new manager in the form of Rafa Benitez in the 2015/16 season after Carlo Ancelotti paid the price for a season where the club were unable to win either La Liga, Copa del Rey or the Champions League. The likes of Gareth Bale (ex Tottenham), Cristiano Ronaldo (ex Man Utd), Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Sergio Ramos et al ply their trade for Los Blancos.
The new Real Madrid home jersey 2015/16, as you’d expect, is predominantly white, with silver grey Adidas stripes on the shoulders. The home goalkeeper shirt is black in colour, again with grey Adidas stripes running down the shoulders.
Inside the back of the neck is the inscription “hala madrid y nada mas” from the club anthem, meaning “Come on Madrid and nothing else”.
The away kit is grey in colour, as leaked by us last month. Adidas have dubbed this colour as “Silver Glory”, a tribute to the trophies won Real Madrid in the years gone by. The stripes are a bright fluorescent yellow, while the club crest is in white and grey colours. The change goalie kit is a dark green one, as can be seen in the pics below. The fabric is a different one for the change kit- it feels more like cotton without compromising on performance.
Both kits use Adidas’ ClimaCool technology and are sponsored by Fly Emirates.