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

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.

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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