This evening, Real Madrid will adorn the 2022 Club World Cup badge on their jerseys for the first time.
The Whites will mark their victory last weekend in the FIFA 2022 Club World Cup by displaying a special gold badge on their kits against Elche.
The additional badge features prominently on the right side.
Real Madrid gave fans a sneak peek of the new kit after lifting the cup and celebrating their 5-3 win over Al Hilal on the field. They will also showcase the Club World Cup trophy to the Santiago Bernabéu crowd tonight.
No surprises here. The new kit with the Club World Cup badge features on the usual white 22/23 home kit.
The jersey contains a special number 8 marking on the back to signify the club’s record Champions League titles.
But don’t expect Los Blancos to be donning the latter version tonight. After all, Toni Kroos is the club’s iconic number eight.
The last time Real Madrid wore the Club World Club badge was in 2019 to celebrate their fourth and third consecutive Club World Cup win the previous year.
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