The shirts that Real Madrid will wear next season have been revealed. The home kit is in the traditional white, but also has orange piping on the collar, sleeves and sides – and bears a resemblance to the current away shirt worn by Bundesliga side Bayern Munich, which is also white with orange piping on the collar and sleeves.
The second shirt will be blue, very similar to Premier League side Chelsea, with red strips on the sides. The third Madrid kit will be completely orange. The green and red kits used during season 2011-12 to use the new orange design, incorporating a black collar and black stripes on the shoulders. The first images of the new kits were published by the website ‘Defensa Central’.
In recent hours, a twitter campaign has begun under the hastag ‘#RealMadridBlancoYMorado’ (‘RealMadridWhiteandPurple’), sparked by a large number of Madrid fans who wish to see ‘Los Blancos’ return to their traditional colours.