Real Madrid’s 2020-21 kit: New home and away jersey styles and release dates

Zinedine Zidane’s side will be decked out in their classic all-white home strip for the new season, with some interesting away and third kit numbers

Real Madrid have revealed their brand-new kits for the upcoming season as they look to retain the Liga title in style ahead of close rivals Barcelona.

Goal has all the information about Los Blancos’ 2020-21 shirts – home, away and third – as well as when they were fully released and more.

Real Madrid’s 2020-21 home kit

Real Madrid released their new home kit for 2020-21 on July 31.

The Blancos have favoured a “bold yet simple” which is intended to “highlight what makes Real Madrid unique; its hunger for winning and nothing less, or more”.

The Liga giants claim their latest offering is “inspired by the Madrid mentality of facing pressure with fearlessness and defiance”.

Real’s home jersey features “Spring Pink accents” with this “subtle graphic and vivid contrast” referencing the “contemporary art culture of the vibrant capital, which players and fans alike call home.”

Real Madrid’s 2020-21 away kit

The Blancos unveiled their away kit for 2020-21 on the same day as they released their home offering.

A “fresh Spring Pink colour” has been favoured, with Real claiming that the design is inspired “by a city lit at night, when Plaza De Cibeles, an icon of the city is at its most beautiful.”

The Madrid giants are eager to point out that they have “always been a club cut from a different cloth” and believe that their latest designs “embody the relentless drive for trophies and the club’s desire to continue to create history and achieve glory”.

Real Madrid’s 2020-21 third kit & release date

Real Madrid’s third kit for the 2020-21 season was released on September 9 and it takes inspiration from the Baroque ‘Azulejo’ tile art paintings which adorn the city of Madrid.

The kit is black and grey, with the Azulejo design overlay and it continues a theme with pink – Spring Pink again – popping from the logos of the sponsor, club badge and kit manufacturer, adidas.

The famous three strips are confined to the sides of the jersey and they are also pink.