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Real Madrid Offers a New Shirt Made of Plastic

Real Madrid Plastic shirt

Welshman Gareth Bell, German Tony Crosse, Frenchman Karim Benzema and Spanish nacho Fernandez are officially on the red jersey.

The first official appearance of the T-shirt, made in the Hunter’s Point area of California, will be made during the friendly match at the International Cup of Champions on Wednesday.

The new ceremony was attended by Emilio Butragueno, Director of Institutional Relations at Real Madrid, and Alvaro Arbeloa, a former player, and current ambassador.

The idea of making a shirt from ocean-derived plastic materials was inspired by Parley For The Oceans, which strives to combat the dumping of plastic waste in the ocean, transforming it into high-performance sports apparel.

The players took pictures of the new jerseys and participated in various activities with the children present.

“The work they provide is very important for the safety of the planet, Barley has done a great job for a better life for all,” Bill said in his remarks.

For his part, Tony Crosse was delighted that the new season was approaching the start of the season and that the whole team was preparing for the start of the season.

“The Champions League is a special tournament for us always, the Bernabeu is different, we won three times in a row, it’s good to connect Barley and football, and the best club in the world,” he said.

The French striker Benzema was very impressed with the new shirt and color. “I hope he brings us luck, we can win titles and score many goals.”

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