New Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home and Away Kits Released. The official photos of the Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home Jersey have been released by Nike while the Away Kit is yet to be released. The new Atlético Madrid 2014-2015 Kits feature the logo of their sponsor Azerbaijan on the front.
The duration of Atletico Madrid’s contract with Azerbaijan was for 18 months and is set to expire this June, having been signed in January 2013. However the Spanish club have extended the contract by one year. The new Atletico Madrid’s Home and Away Jerseys have been designed once again by Nike and the Home Jersey features the traditional design. Here is a look at the Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home and Away Kits (source: www.footyheadlines.com)
Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home Kit
This is the new Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home Jersey that has been designed by Nike.
The new Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Home Shirt features the traditional red and white striped design as seen in the previous Atletico Madrid Home Shirts. The shirt features three vertical red stripes on the front which are also continued on the sleeves. Last season the sleeves of the Atlético Madrid Kit were plain red.
The collar is also a bit different from the collars of the past Home Shirts. The Shirt features a classical blue colored V-shaped collar which makes it look different than the previous jerseys. The shorts of the Atletico 2014-15 Home Kit will be blue/white.
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Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Away Kit
This is the leaked photo of the Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Away Kit.
The Atletico Madrid 2014-15 Away Kit features a gray colored jersey with a red colored Nike swoosh. The red color also features on the inside of the round collar as well as the sleeve cuffs. The Shirt also features a V-shape on the front, in different gray tones. The shorts for the Away Kit are gray with red applications.
The Atlético Madrid 2014-15 Third Kit will be released in September 2014.