The Betis, harlequin shirt made with recycled plastic

The team from Verdiblanco wore a new kit for this appointment after the collection of plastics in the Villamarín itself for weeks.


El Betis wore a special shirt in today's duel against Valencia. It is a garment made by Kappa and made of recycled plastics that were collected during several weeks at the Benito Villamarín stadium. It is especially striking for reflecting a harlequin design with green and white squares. In addition, the kit also showed white calzones for the first time this season. It is a color that was always present in the Betic team until in the current course was changed to green.

The Betis fans saw from the start of the clash the particular clothing of his team, which launches a nod to the need to care for the environment. About 1,500 units of this shirt were put on sale for Betis fans who wanted to get one of these special pieces.

It is not the first time that the brand that dresses the green and white set prepares a special shirt. He already did it in the duel of Copa del Rey, also against Valencia, due to the celebration of the day of Andalusia and a shirt that was used during the warm-up. On that occasion, Quique Setién's team could not achieve their goal of accessing the final of that tournament.



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