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What is the Real Madrid’s new kit? Price details as Jude Bellingham, Y-3 and Adidas combine for Predator collaboration

Ten years on from their first collaboration, Real Madrid, Adidas and Y-3 have combined to produce a special-edition kit.

They’ve released a fourth kit for the Spanish giants to wear that showcases a white rose motif.

This represents the early stages of the partnership between Adidas and the Japanese designer, Yohija Yamamoto.

The Sporting News takes a look at the details included in the new jersey and where you can buy it.

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What is the new Real Madrid Y-3 jersey?

Earlier this year Y-3 and Real Madrid launched a travel collection. The next phase of the partnership has been dubbed the matchwear collection.

This range includes a purple fourth kit for both the Real Madrid men’s and women’s teams.

The matchwear kit blends with Real Madrid’s identity and narrative, incorporating the club’s signature purple tone. Alongside the fourth kit, the collection also has two goalkeeper kits – one in black and the other in orange – as well as a white pre-match top, shorts, and a jacket.

The collection will also feature an array of fanwear items including a t-shirt, hoodie, cross-body bag, cap and scarf.

How much does it cost and where can I buy the Real Madrid Y-3 jersey?

The good news is that fans will be able to purchase the collaboration.

Adidas announced that customers will be able to buy the collection on March 27, 2024.

It will be available globally at and, as well as in-store at Real Madrid Official Stores and through selected retailers.

There is yet to be a price communicated. Real Madrid’s 2023/24 jerseys are priced from $125 (£95/€100) to $190 (£140/€150), with youth shirts from $100 (£70/€75).

Alongside the collection, Y-3 and Adidas confirmed that they are set to introduce a special edition Predator boot and Goalkeeper gloves.

The Predator 24 made its debut during a recent Real Madrid training session, seen on the feet of defender Nacho.

It’s anticipated that Jude Bellingham and David Alaba will don these boots once they complete their international team commitments.

The design features an off-white base with a fold-over tongue accented in black, similar to the original design from 30 years ago.

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