Real Madrid go pink

2014-06-03 11:59
Real Madrid (File)
Cape Town - Real Madrid have unveiled their 2014/15 strips and the European Champions have gone with a pink away strip.

Real Madrid unveiled their Adidas new strips at their stadium Santiago Bernabéu with players Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria playing roles in the announcement.

According to the official club website, "the second kit is even more of a break from tradition. The main colour is fuchsia, a concept never seen before in the club's 112-year history.

The crest will create a unique and impressive visual impact as it is made entirely in pink and white."

The Real Madrid Adidas jerseys will incorporate Climacool technology, which helps regulate body temperature during play. 

Real Madrid 2014/2015 jerseys (via Real Madrid official club website)

What do you think of the Real Madrid 2014/15 strip? Will it inspire Ronaldo, Ramos and Casillas to glory?


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