Where to buy Real Madrid 16-17 Away Soccer Jerseys,The first real pictures of the Real Madrid 16-17 away kit have been leaked. Check them out below.The Adidas Real Madrid 2016-2017 away kit boasts the club’s most traditional away shirt color in purple, re-imagined in a modern, urban way. Accents in white complete the timeless look of the Real Madrid away shirt which is set for a July 2016 launch.
REAL MADRID 2016-2017 AWAY KIT
This image shows the the new Adidas Real Madrid away jersey.Just like all Adidas 16-17 away kits for the big clubs, the Real Madrid 2016-17 away shirt sees the brand’s Three Stripes positioned in the shoulder area. Whereas traditional Real Madrid away kits used a more pale, dark purple, the new Real Madrid away kit comes in a bold hue, designed “to bring a fresh urban look to the Real Madrid collection.”
Other than that, the Real Madrid 16-17 away kit is kept simplistic and features modern ribbed crew-neck collar. Purple shorts and socks will complement the Real Madrid 16-17 away shirt to form an all-purple change kit for Los Blancos.
The last Real Madrid kit to be predominantly purple was the 2010-11 Real Madrid away kit, while the color is, together with blue and black, one of the most common used away kit color in club history. The Real Madrid 06-07 away jersey was the last primary alternative kit to be purple.
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The 2015/16 UEFA Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid was watched by 3 million viewers across FOX and ESPN Deportes.
The UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday, May 28, in which Real Madrid beat city rivals Atletico Madrid 5-3 in a dramatic match that went to penalties, was shown live on the over-the-air FOX broadcasting network as well as ESPN Deportes. The viewing number for the Madrid derby was down 19% from the Barcelona-Juventus 2014/15 final (3.7 million) and down 3% from the 2013/14 final featuring Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid (3.1 million).
For ESPN Deportes, the UEFA Champions League Final was the network’s most-watched event ever across TV and streaming. The match surpassed the UEFA Euro 2012 final (Spain vs. Italy) that reached 1.1 million viewers. Meanwhile, the ESPN Deportes channel on WatchESPN scored its highest event ever to date with the Madrid Derby. The match delivered 7.6 million total minutes viewed with 138,000 live unique viewers.