|Life After Football|
Still basking in the glory of their 13 European Cup, no doubt, adidas and Real Madrid have unveiled the shirts that Los Blancos will be wearing whilst they go for number 14.
Clean as ever, their white home jersey sees the three stripes only go as far as the shoulders in black, as that pure whiteness of Real Madrid's famous shirt creates a typically crisp design. Going for black detailing rather than the royal blue or purple that they've used on and off in the past, the colourway of this shirt is reminiscent of the one that their manager wore when he smashed a volley in the 2002 Champions League Final.
The away shirt is like an opposite of the home, with only the lack of a button on the neck providing a difference in styles. A dark-toned, black/grey colour dominates this design, with lighter details on the likes of the adidas stripes and also the Real Madrid crest, too, which in reinvented in a colour scheme to match the kit.