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New Real Madrid kit: 2024/25 shirt worn by Bellingham, Vinicius Junior

Madrid say the design is "pure and minimalist"

Real Madrid football shirt

Newly-crowned Real Madrid Player of the Season Jude Bellingham has shown off the club’s new home kit for the 2024/25 season.

England prodigy Bellingham and team-mates including Brazil’s Vinicius Junior have modelled the design for the Spanish and European champions.

The shirt has a subtle Houndstooth pattern woven into the fabric and is inspired by the Chulapo jackets and waistcoats worn by local resident during Madrid’s annual San Isidro festival.

Marquee new signing Kylian Mbappe joined Madrid on Monday but appears not to have arrived in time to take part in the initial photoshoot for the kit.

How to buy the new Real Madrid kit

The v-necked shirt with striped shoulders is available from Madrid and Adidas’s online and in-person stores.

An ‘authentic’ adult version costs €150 (around £128), with long-sleeve versions slightly more expensive and a replica priced at €100 (£85).

Women’s fits are available for the same prices, and children’s shirts range from €60 (£51) to €80 (£68), with a kit set for kids costing €110 (£94).

New Real Madrid away kit, third shirt

Madrid have confirmed their goalkeeper kit for 2024/25, which is also available from its outlets for fans wanting to look like restored No1 Thibaut Courtois.

While the 2022/23 away and third designs remain available to buy, Madrid are yet to announce the new look of their alternate strips.

Mbappe, Bellingham shirt numbers

Mbappe wears the number 10 shirt for France and opted for the number seven during his time at former club Paris St-Germain.

His squad number at Madrid is yet to be confirmed, although reports have claimed he could don the number nine, which he last wore at Monaco in 2016/17.

As he had throughout his first season at the club, Bellingham wore the number five when Madrid won the Uefa Champions League by beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

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