To be worn in the UEFA Champions League, Real Madrid and adidas have a red kit for the first time in 38 years. It's a history returning, as they previously wore a red kit in the early 1970's with such legends as Zoco, Pirri and Amancio. The new Real Madrid red football shirt will be worn for the first time against Dinamo Zagreb. This shirt is almost all red, with a red collar and just the adidas three white stripes over the shoulder and the white adidas logo on the players right chest.
'Real Madrid' detailing lines the inside collar area, with Bwin, club sponsor, having their logo on the front center part of the shirt. Also features the UEFA Champions League starball patch on left sleeve and a Real Madrid trophy patch on right in recognition of the club’s 9 European titles. This red shirt replaces the purple kit Real had for away champions league games last season.
Illustrated above, In all red kits Real Madrid's Ronaldo during his team's UEFA Champions League football match against Dinamo at Maksimir stadium in Zagreb, on September 14, 2011.
The short in red with a white iconic Adidas stripes is on the sides, a Real Madrid emblem is affixed to the right, and a Adidas logo on the left pant leg. The sock in the red with the iconic white adidas stripes. On the front is a 'RM' monogramme and on the back Adidas logo in white.