Jersey Atletico Madrid 2015 2016

New Atletico Madrid Kit 15-16- Nike Atleti Home Jersey 2015-2016

This is the new Atletico Madrid kit 2015/16, Spanish giants Atletico de Madrid’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Atleti finished third in Spain last season behind winners and European champions Barcelona and arch rivals Real Madrid. The new kit, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Atletico’s League and Cup double in the 1995-96 season, was officially unveiled on June 24, 2015 by Los Colchoneros

The shirt also has a new sponsor in the form of Plus500, who first struck an association with the club earlier this season to appear on the back of the shirt. That deal has now been expanded, with the trading company now appearing on the front of the shirt as part of a contract for the next two seasons.

The strip features the five classic red stripes, with thinner red stripes on either side. In a major change, the back of the shirt will be completely red for the first time in the club’s history. The jersey also has blue stripes running along the side, complementary to stripes of the same colour on the shorts.

The v-neck features blue trim and inside the back of the neck is a small Spanish flag that marks the 20th anniversary of the triumph with the dates 1995-96 and 2015-16

Jersey Atletico Madrid 2015 2016

Atletico Madrid Home Kit 15 16

Back of Atletico Madrid Shirt Red Colour

11 thoughts on “New Atletico Madrid Kit 15-16- Nike Atleti Home Jersey 2015-2016

  1. Chaffy

    Not bad. It’s a wonder Nike didn’t ask them to sell the club’s tradition and change to horizontal stripes so they could increase their profits.

  2. ajc70


    Agreed. Fortunately many clubs sell sponsorless shirts and this is another example of a shirt that would look better without.

  3. Creosote

    agreed. it would be an almost flawless design without it, although i liked their 14/15 kit better.

    quote your source, please. when did Nike ask Barcelona to change to hoops? it’s my understanding that it’s the club which requested the design, not the other way round.

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