First Videos Released | Adidas Lets You Design the new Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich & Juventus 2017-18 Third Kits

Update: Adidas has launched a video showing some of their players wearing possible but outrageous shirts that could become the club's new jerseys for the upcoming season.




Real Madrid star, Gareth Bale, said of the Creator Studio: “It’s an amazing opportunity for fans from all over the world to make their mark on their favourite club, and to be a part of the club’s history. Madrid fans are some of the most passionate in the world and I’m particularly excited to see what the club’s winning kit design looks like.”

Yes, you've heard that right. Out of nowhere, Adidas this morning launched the Creator Studio, a place where interested fans and designers can create their own take on a kit for the brand's biggest clubs - and in the end, one of those designs will be the base for the official third kit of the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Juventus for the 2017-2018 season.


Adidas Allows Fans to Create 17-18 Third Kits


Here are some possible designs shared by Adidas itself for the Bayern Munich, Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid 2017-18 third kits:


Which design options are there?


For each team, both the base and secondary colors appear to be set, more or less confirming those hues for the finished 2017-18 third kits.



  • Real Madrid 17-18 Third kit - Turquoise / White
  • Manchester United 17-18 Third kit - Light Grey / Dark Grey / White
  • Bayern Munich 17-18 Third kit - White / Dark grey
  • Juventus 17-18 Third kit - Military Green / Black / White
  • AC Milan 17-18 Third kit - Black / Red
  • Flamengo 17-18 Third kit - Yellow / Blue

Additionally, it's possible to add basic football shirt patterns to the front of the proposed 2017-2018 third jersey, with additional, club-specific graphic prints available as well. The latter graphics can also be added to the side panels and sleeves of the shirts.

How to win?


In order for your design to become the final product, you first must make it into the so-called Top 100 Gallery. From there, "a panel of players, designers and club legends" will choose the design to make it "onto the actual third jersey in 2017."

Make sure to enter the competition by clicking here.


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