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14th Jun 2017

Each one of Real Madrid’s new jerseys is more gorgeous than the last

Zidane's is arguably the nicest of them all

Ben Kiely

There’s not a whole lot you can do to improve upon a white shirt, but Real Madrid found a way.

You thought you knew what to expect from a new Real Madrid kit every year, then they go and do something like this.

They released their Adidas kits for the 2017/18 season and they’ve kept the predominately white home design we’ve become accustomed to. However, there is a twist.

The black accents from last season are no more; they’ve been replaced with turquoise ones. While it’s not exactly subtle and it will more than likely divide people, we’re big fans of the splash of colour. We feel it’s a welcome addition.

If you liked that, you’re going to love the away kit.

They’ve gone for a very, very, very dark grey col9ur with the turquoise piping also playing a big role, although there are some differences in the design.

Unlike the home kit, there are no stripes along the shoulders and the crest is turquoise.

Funnily enough, the nicest of them all could well be the shirt manager Zinedine Zidane will have the pleasure of donning.

It’s simple, sleek, subtle and all those other positive adjectives that may or may not begin with an S.