Kit Looking Better? Real Madrid Wears NO World Champions Kit Badge For First Time Since 3 Years

Sunday, 22 December 2019
Update: For the first time ever, Real Madrid wore their 2019-2020 home kit without the gold FIFA Club World Cup badge (in today's La Liga clash against Bilbao). The white and gold kit looks cleaner but less triumphal - we think kit aesthetes will like it.

Real Madrid To Lose World Champions Kit Badge After More Than 1,000 Days

Real Madrid Wears Kit Without Champions Kit Badge For First Time Since 3 Years

On December 21, the Club World Cup final is set to take place in Qatar. With it, there will be a new FIFA World Club cup winner as Real Madrid won't participate in the tournament for the first time in three years...

El Clasico Against Barcelona To Be Last Match With Gold FIFA World Champions Kit Badge

On December 18, 2016, Real Madrid were crowned world champions after beating Kashima Antlers.Straight after the final, Adidas launched Madrid's new kit which included the world champions badge. Real Madrid debuted that shirt on January 4, 2017, in a 3-0 Copa del Rey victory against Sevilla. Since then, they have 175 official matches with the gold badge.

The last match in which Real Madrid will wear the FIFA Club World Cup winners badge will be the La Liga against rivals FC Barcelona taking place today, Wednesday, December 18 2019.

Real Madrid's game against Athletic Club on December 22 will be the first after 1,098 days that their players won't step on the pitch as reigning world champions.


AC Milan were the first team to receive the FIFA Club World Cup winners badge in 2007, followed by Manchester United, Barcelona - on three different occasions - Inter, Corinthians, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid (2014, 2016-2018).

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