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A Champion

Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas has spent his entire career with Real Madrid. From young academy to the senior level, Casillas has been an essential part of Los Blancos since 1998. Known for his intuitive and powerful style, this legendary keeper has helped his club win several titles and he has racked up countless personal awards. Casillas is also the most-capped player of all time for the Spanish national team.

Cheer Los Blancos whether or not you're in Santiago Bernabeu with this official jersey. This is the jersey Real Madrid will wear during some UEFA Champions League play.

This green color is rarely seen on the legendary club (this is only second time in the club's history - 1965 was the last time the club wore green). Pinstripes add a retro look.

Real Madrid team badge, embroidered silver adidas logo and screened sponsor logo at front. The Real Madrid 110th Anniversary commemorative logo is printed on the shirt's inner upper back area. There is an applied felt official Champions League patch on the sleeve.

100% polyester with ClimaCool moisture-wicking technology and venting weave.


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