If there are any teams that Adidas take extra special time to design their kits, Real Madrid are definitely one of them.
Real Madrid are one of the most prestigious clubs in the world and arguably even the most. They are a club filled with history being the most successful team in Spanish football, and were voted by FIFA as the most successful club of the 20th century, having won a record 31 La Liga titles, 17 Spanish “Copa del Rey” Cups, eight Spanish Supercups, one Eva Duarte Cup, a record nine European Cups, two UEFA Cups, and one three Intercontinental Cups.
The major changes in this year’s kit are the blue trademark Adidas 3 stripes and accent. It seems like the white with black Adidas stripes was out of favor, and the Spanish club hoped changing the color would help bring back the glory and success of the previous seasons where they won the La Liga wearing a kit similar in color (more purple). Another new feature to the kit are the rays of sunshine coming off of the team badge.
This is the kit Iker Casillas will be wearing at the Bernabeu for the 10/11 season. This Pea Green color is a totally different to last season’s black and orange keeper kit.
Not only did Adidas bring back old colors from the 07/08 season for the home kit, they also brought back the green that was on the 3rd kit in 07/08. The away kit features a Green V-Neck collar design, and green accents down the side of the kit. This kit also features the rays of sunshine, which is a new edition to all the Real Madrid Kits for 10/11.
Finally, The Away Keeper kit is a more classical Real Madrid style jersey. These colors seem to be inspired by the 01/02 real madrid 3rd kit.