Spain Home Shirt 2016 is unveiled officially by Adidas and Real Federación Española de Fútbol(RFEF), the governing body of football in Spain. The new shirt is retro. It is traditional red and symbolizes the essence of the team.
Adidas has a long-term deal with the RFEF until 2016 for designing and manufacturing Spain football shirts. The classic design is used again. The shirt has a modern V-neck design and is full of small triangles, representing a well-known game that national team players often play in their training. Therefore, lots of triangles become important factors of the shirt. Three gold Adidas stripes, symbolizing victory, are put on each side of the shirt this time, connecting with the three stripes on shorts. The color of shorts and socks are changed into blue and dark blue separately.
On the one hand, the most advanced technology, Adizero, is used to make new shirts, so players can get best equipment. On the other hand, the new shirts are made of recycled polyester, which reduces the impact on the environment by reducing carbon dioxide emissions. All these has played a major role in environmental protection.
Alvaro Morata, born on 23 October 1992, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a striker for English club Chelsea and the Spain national team. He began his career at Real Madrid, making his debut with the senior team in late 2010. With Real, Morata won another La Liga and Champions League before joining Chelsea in 2017 for £58 million. He calls on everyone to support the national team in a video. The theme of the video is “La quieres? (You want it.)”