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  1. 110 Years of Excellence!
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110 Years of Excellence!

Xabi Alonso, a versatile player known for his tenacious defending and crisp ball distribution down the pitch, is a powerful physical presence in the Real Madrid midfield. A veteran leader on the field, Alonso is a key starter for both Real Madrid as well as the Spanish national team.

Celebrate 110 years of rich soccer heritage with this Real Madrid away jersey from adidas. Real Madrid was founded in 1902 and continues to be one of the most successful and most talented clubs in the world.

This ClimaCool jersey has a badge commemorating this milestone year embroidered on the left sleeve and the official La Liga badge embroidered on the right. The adidas logo and Real Madrid team badge are embroidered at the front with the team's kit sponsor heat-transferred below.

Anatomically placed mesh at the sides and underarms keep you feeling fresh and cool when you're getting fired up for your favorite team.

100% polyester. Imported.


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