Real Madrid is a Spanish football club. They were established in 1902 and have always played in the top-flight of the Spanish league system. They have won more La Liga and Champions League titles the any other team.

The famous white colours of the Real Madrid home soccer jersey 2013 - 2014 is worn by fans around the globe, they are one of the most supported clubs in the world.

The Real Madrid soccer jerseys and training kit is manufactured by Adidas. Adidas is a German sportswear manufacturer, they have been making the Real Madrid kits since 1998 and their current deal remains in place until 2020.

The clubs kit deal is one of the most lucrative to ever be signed, earning the club around £31m per season. You can shop for all the latest kits at Soccer Box now!

The brand new Real Madrid home soccer jersey 2013 - 2014 is a smart round neck design. It is a crisp white jersey with orange stripes down the side seams, and orange trim around the neckline and sleeves.

Orange is this seasons signature colour for the club with elements of this colour running through each of their 3 strips and the latest training wear collection.

Adidas use the latest design elements to ensure the Real Madrid home soccer jersey 2013 2014 and the rest of the collection is hard wearing and highly performing on the soccer pitch.

The crest and Adidas logo and 3-stripes are stitched, the LFP La Liga patch is included on the right sleeve. Clima-Cool technology is included within the fabric for fantastic moisture control, it is also lightweight and comfortable to wear.

The team that wears the Real Madrid soccer jerseys contains some of the most highly rated soccer players in the world. Real Madrid has a reputation for making big, high cost signings.

The worlds top 3 highest ever transfer fees have been completed by these Spanish giants. In 2001 they paid £46m for Zidane, Cristiano Ronaldo joined from Manchester United for £80m in 2008, and most recently Gareth Bale was signed from Tottenham Hotspur for around £85m.

Gareth Bale is a 24 year old, Welsh football player. Before wearing a Real Madrid football shirt he began his career aged just 16 at Southampton where he quickly established himself as an upcoming star. He became the youngest ever Welsh international player when he made his debut in 2006 still aged 16 years.  In 2007 he was signed by Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

During his time with Tottenham Hotspur he scored 55 goals in 203 appearances, 26 of those goals were in his final season sparking the interest of some if the best clubs in the world.

Throughout the 2013 summer transfer window rumours were rife regarding Bale's future career, but on 1st September, just before the window closed, it was announced he would be wearing the number 11 Real Madrid soccer jerseys after a 6 year deal was agreed.

After receiving a foot injury playing for Wales, Gareth Bale has had a slow start at his new club. He made his debut at Villarreal in September. 38 minutes into the game Bale also scored his 1st goal wearing the Real Madrid home football shirt.

He was substituted due to the foot injury after 62 minutes, and the match ended in a 2-2 draw after Villarreal equalised in the 70th minute.

On 30th October Bale made his 1st start on home turf at the Bernabeu. It was an eventful game in the 2013 - 2014 La Liga season. Bale wearing his Real Madrid soccer jersey opened the scoring on the 13th minute, he added another at the 27th minute putting the team 2-0 up.

Teammates Ronaldo and Benzema added to the scoreline that finished an astonishing game that ended in a 7-3 win for Real Madrid.

This was the 1st time Bale had completed 90 minutes of game play in his Real Madrid soccer jersey. Carlo Ancelloti blames the Welsh international match for Bale's injuries and has praised his performance so far despite the injury.

Ancelloti is keen to ensure full fitness of his team as they attempt to regain the title of Spanish champions from rivals Barcelona as well fight for the Champions League trophy in Europe.

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