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Going for a 10th

Gareth Bale's move to Real Madrid this summer made him the most expensive soccer player in history. Smashing records in the boardroom and on the field, Bale possesses blistering speed, deft skill on the ball, unparalleled stamina and a thunderous left foot. The 24-year-old Welshman, the reigning English Premier League Player of the Year, has improved every season and shows no signs of slowing down.

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 orange color is meant to inspire the team to UEFA Champions League glory. This is the jersey Madrid will wear during all 13/14 UEFA Champions League matches.

The metal stripes are to remind fans of Madrid's full trophy case.

Screened Real Madrid team badge, embroidered silver adidas logo and screened sponsor logo at front.

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


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