Real Madrid kit leaked: Real Madrid’s 2019/20 kit leaked – Report

Rishabh Gupta
|Published 21/12/2018

Real Madrid kit leaked: The 2019/20 kit of Real Madrid has reportedly been leaked online by FootyHeadlines.

Real Madrid’s season has gradually improved after the appointment of Santiago Solari. The club made a poor start to the campaign, and they parted ways with Julen Lopetegui after a 5-1 loss against Barcelona.

The club is currently participating in the Club World Cup, where Real Madrid have reached the final. In the semifinal, they beat Japan’s Kashima Antlers 3-1, with Gareth Bale scoring a hat-trick.

Outside the club, however, the secrets aren’t has secured as they should be, as FootyHeadlines have reportedly leaked Real Madrid’s third kit for the next season.

Here are the full details:

Real Madrid kit leaked:

According to FootyHeadlines, Real Madrid’s third kit is set to be a combination of ‘navy, mint green and white.’ The report states that the colour will predominantly be navy.

The club will be based on the global Adidas template, which is shared by Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Juventus, amongst other clubs.

Here’s the kit:

The ball complimenting the leaked kit has also been leaked.

The logo in the Real Madrid’s kit will be set according to the colour predominant in the Real Madrid kit. According to the report, the colour would be mint green if the kit is set on navy, and vice-versa.

Real Madrid’s current third kit is coral in colour, and is made with plastics collected from the ocean. It represents the oceanic coral, and the kit was also based on the global Adidas template.

“The work they do to help the planet is very important. Parley does a great job to have a better life for everyone. The team is enjoying the pre-season and are keen to get started,” said Gareth Bale about the kit.

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