Real Madrid Home Kit

If you are looking for the latest authentic jerseys, then you are in the right place. Here in our shop we have the latest, official Adidas merchandise in a full range of sizes. From the great value little kid’s kit that includes the shirt, shorts and football socks for one low price, through to older junior and men’s sizes we have the full collection available to order while supplies last. We are supplied directly by Adidas ensuring that you will receive the official kit when you order from us.

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Design of the Real Madrid Home Kit

Since the club’s foundation in 1902 the Real Madrid home shirt has been white and is now synonymous with the club. There was a single season in 1925 where the squad wore a white shirt with black shorts, but results were so poor that the combination was immediately scrapped with a return to an all-white kit for the following season, and every season since.

If you would prefer more variety in colour scheme you may want to head over to the away kit store. In recent years, kit supplier Adidas has experimented with different coloured trim adorning the jerseys, which has been a popular initiative with supporters. Below we pick out some of our favourite football shirts from past seasons.

  • 1986/87: White jersey with all over chevron graphic. Bold purple sleeve detail, faux v-shaped neckline with polo style collar. Manufactured by Hummel, including the club crest and Parmalat sponsorship.
  • 1993/94: Plain white top with bold neckline. Purple polo style collar with oversized v-shaped insert and button placket. Chevron logos on the sleeve and collar, Hummel logo, club crest and Teka sponsor logo on the front.
  • 2000/01: Navy blue and grey sleeve and underarm inserts make this edition of the soccer jersey stand out. Polo neck turn down collar with small placket, Adidas shoulder stripes, crest and Teka sponsor logo.
  • 2006/07: White shirt with black Adidas shoulder stripes. Grey/black curved front body detailing, rounded neckline with slightly higher back collar. Centrally placed Adidas logo, club crest and BenQ-Siemens logo adorn the front.
  • 2017/18: Teal green detail makes this top unique. Teal Adidas stripes adorn the shoulders, teal piping highlights the inset sleeve seam, along with teal Fly Emirates logo. Wide v-shaped neckline completes the modern styling.

Which strip from the past is your favourite? Look us up on social media and share your favourites with us. You can view all of the jerseys we have available to order in our home shirt shop, but hurry stock is selling fast, order yours today.

Personalising Your authentic Kit

Many supporters choose to purchase the latest shirt each season, and this is a great choice. Here in our shop you can also order the shorts and coordinating football socks. The kid’s top is available to fit children age 7-14 years, and we stock men’s sizes small – 2x-large, if you require any assistance with sizing please contact our customer service team who will be happy to help.

We do find that the fit of Adidas jerseys tends to be smaller than that of other manufacturers so you may prefer to size up, particularly if you are shopping for junior sizes to ensure that the shirt fits your growing child throughout the season.  Socks are sold in UK shoe sizes, we are happy to help if you require assistance converting sizes from EU, USA or other formats where necessary.

Adidas also launch a new goalkeeper kit that you may be interested in if your favourite player is the squad’s number 1. You can shop the full range of available goalkeeper kits here.

You can of course purchase any combination of kit that suits your requirements. Look out for special bundle deals that we may have available when purchasing the full kit.

Real Madrid Matches

This top football club have had various grounds during their existence. The Santiago Bernabéu is now of course synonymous with the club, however before moving here they called several other stadiums home as follows:

  • Campo de O’Donnell: 1912-1922
  • Campo de Ciudad Lineal: 1923
  • Estadio Chamartin: 1923-1947
  • Santiago Bernabéu: 1947-present

Building work began on the Santiago Bernabéu in 1944 under the instruction of namesake and then club president Santiago Bernabéu. It is currently the second largest football stadium in Spain. In the past it had a large capacity of up to 125,000 from 1952-82, but with the introduction of stricter safety standards, and all seater regulations through renovations in 1982 and 2001 the current stadium seats up to 81,044 supporters.

Match days in Madrid and around the stadium are a sea of white kits, and fans sporting other team merchandise. You can add to your match day look by picking up some official Adidas accessories at Soccer Box.

Shop the Real Madrid Jersey today

Stock is limited of the latest Adidas kit, so avoid disappointment and place your order online today. If you like to keep updated on the latest kit releases be sure to sign-up for our newsletter, to receive kit release alerts and special offers. Click add to cart and checkout online to secure your Kit today, we offer worldwide delivery options for delivery right to your door, and hassle-free shopping every time you order.

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