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Real Madrid 16/17 home jersey L/S – BALE 11

The Real Madrid 16/17 home jersey in a Long Sleeve version with La Liga sleeve badge and the official name and number printing BALE 11. First up the close-up of the jersey to investigate the finer details.

Next let’s take a look at the jersey as it unfolds. The shape is a bit inward which makes it folds at the lower part.

And let’s move on to sleeve badges and printing. A cursive style font very difficult to align as the image will indicate. LFP is out at the marker on the sleeve badge and the new design sports La Liga instead.

And from a slightly different angle. same jersey as above but in the below photo the alignment of the printing looks better.

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Real Madrid 16/17 home jersey – RONALDO 7

Real Madrid home jersey 2016/17 comes with a polo collar. Not always a fan favorite. Bottom down collar carries a bit of the same stigma. But at least it is white ))

adidas had opted for stripes down the side rather than the traditional positioning on the shoulders.

Blue purplish name and number kit. In this case with the player who among many fans is considered as the best Real Madrid player EVER – the man himself: CR7 aka Cristiano Ronaldo …………

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Real Madrid 16/17 goal-keeper jersey – NAVAS 1

Keylor Navas came in to replace Iker Casillas, the Real Madrid and Spain legend. Navas did a decent job during his time at the Bernabeu landing many titles during a very successful spell in the club’s history.

The LFP logo which had been staple of the Primera Division for a long time was exchange with the more simplistic La Liga.

The printing was a rather complex cursive which caused all kinds of trouble to align correctly.

Not perfectly aligned but fairly decent nevertheless.

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Real Madrid 13/14 home jersey – Custom Name

A very stylish jersey is the RM 13/14 home kit. Very simple in style but with a very beautiful interplay of colors, and a great pattern woven into the fabric.

Orange was used much to the dismay of some but it does offer a bit of freshness in the color scheme.

The sleeve badge is the LFP version which is to say that the league is yet to change the name to the more simplistic: La Liga

The name and number kit is pitch black with orange logo in the numbers.

The font is rather creative or artistic depending on the point of view.

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Real Madrid 19/20 home jersey – BENZEMA 9

According to Toni Kroos the RM home kit 19/20 is the best shirt he has worn during his time at the Bernabeu. A clear stylish design with an elegant finish with the gold contrast.

The name and number kit is by Sporting ID. Their last season as the official name and number provider for Real Madrid CF. Starting from the season 20/21 this task would be taken over by Avery Dennison.

The kit looks beautiful from the front as well as from the back. Great design!


Juventus 19/20 home jersey – RONALDO 7

Second attempt with Ronaldo in the squad in order to conquer the Champions League. An attempt which once again failed. The traditional Juve stripes had vanished but the bianco-neri colors remained.

No Coppa italia badge since Juve failed to win the domestic league Cup during Ronaldo’s first season.

The printing can be black or white depending on the color at the back of the jersey.

Pink has been an adidas favorite for quite some time so not surprisingly that there is a touch of pink as well involved.


Juventus 18/19 home jersey – RONALDO 7

Ronaldo was brought to the Allianz Juve stadium in Turin in no small measure in order to win the Champions League for the Juve. A mission which unfortunately for the parties involved failed. Juve did get other things instead though such a massive boost to the following on social media accounts.

It looks more like a military uniform than a football shirt with all the badges and decorations at the front and on the sleeves.

StarBall to the right arm sleeve

Respect patch to the left arm sleeve

3 stars above the club logo

Scudetto badge to the center

Coppa Italia above the adidas logo

Ronaldo who is also known as CR7 got the squad number 7 without too much of a fight.

The name and number printing from Deko Graphics.

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Real Madrid 10/11 home jersey – ÖZIL 23

Mesut Özil was the next to arrive at the Bernebeu after the huge influx of player during the summer of 2009. Özil made a name for himself as a brilliant playmaker setting up Cristiano Ronaldo at the top.

The number assigned to ÖZIL was the 23. The old Beckham number which had now risen the ranks and become somewhat more coveted.

Even though the jersey is a youth size the adult size name and number kit does not look overblown with regard to the proportions.

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Real Madrid 22/23 away jersey – BENZEMA 9

The colors of Castilla are purple. That is the heartland of the province providing much of the traditional ballast for Real Madrid.

Quite a stylish kit with the purple base color and the black contrast and the monochrome crest.

The Champions League badge is the one assigned to the reigning title holder. The 14 inside the badge refers to the number of UCL titles RM has won over the years.

The black name and number kit with the purple logo inside the number could be applied for the home as well as the away jersey making everything much easier.

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Real Madrid 04/05 away jersey – MORIENTES 8

At the time when Raul was the main striker at the Bernabeu , Morientes came out as his loyal wingman almost like Benzema came out as the supportive cast for Cristiano Ronaldo at a later point in time.

Fernando Morientes also represented Spain and had a reasonable successful career abroad upon leaving Real Madrid.

classic black away kit. Pretty straight sailing black base + white stripes. The mandatory shirt sponsor logo + LFP sleeve badge. add to that athletic apparel kit sponsor + the club logo and we are all set and done.

The tag at the time is somewhat similar though not entirely so. More spacious design.

The league was La Primera Division but the entity organizing La Liga was the LFP, Liga Futbol Profesional. All a bit cumberstone thus no wonder that they switched at some point to just one title for the whole thing: La Liga.

The printing both for the home and the away kit caused lots of problems. And has done so ever since. It is faulty in that the glue does not work properly. The printing peels off while the plastic is unmoved.