The new shirt, between the 1929 Cup and modernism

The team parakeets it before Atlético: different slogans related to the club are incorporated and in the back there is a detail of the stained glass window of the Sagrada Familia.

The new Espanyol shirt could have been worn by Ricardo Saprissa, Tin Bosch or Pitus Prat in 1929, the year in which the League was premiered and the parakeet team won its first Copa del Rey, in what is known as the Final of Water. In that design, with a V-neck and the widest horizontal stripes, Kelme and the Blue and Whites have been inspired to design what will be the shirt of the next season, premiered this afternoon in the match against Atlético de Madrid in the RCDE Stadium.

In addition to this classic cut, the shirt also has other details, such as a small print of the stained-glass window of the Sagrada Familia, an icon of modernism in Barcelona, which evokes the origins of the club at the beginning of the 20th century. In addition, white predominates in the back, which gives greater visibility to the number and the name. The t-shirt also recalls the one worn by the team in the 70s, with Rafa Marañón or Dani Solsona in the team, and Tamudazo, in the 2007-08.

season. The players have come out with a kit that has aroused applause of the fans. The price of the adult t-shirt is € 79.95 (€ 71.96 with a member discount), while the child's t-shirt costs € 69.95 (€ 62.96 for members) . La T-shirt can be purchased online and also through QR codes on the inner ring and inside tents. Once the match is over, members and fans will be able to purchase the new shirt in the mobile space or in the RCDE Store.

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