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1903-1911 On April 26, 1903, the Atlético de Madrid club was born. The club has used red and white colors for most of its history, but curiously, at the beginning they were blue and white for almost all of their first decade of life.

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1903-1911 On April 26, 1903, the Atlético de Madrid club was born. The club has used red and white colors for most of its history, but curiously, in its beginnings it was the blue and white ones that the Madrid entity defended. It was during almost all of his first decade of life.

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1911-1936 On January 22, 1911, the red and white colors were released. The fabric was canvas, drawstring and collarless

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The club started using this button-down model until the civil war in 1936. In the picture Gaspar Rubio

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With the end of the Spanish Civil War, Athletic de Madrid and Aviación Nacional, were going to merge to create Atlético Aviación. As for the shirt, the Atlético de Madrid rojiblancos were adopted and practically the same model, but as a modification the shield was introduced. It was not until 1939 that the shield was worn on the shirt, in this case that of the Atletico Aviación. Blue was left as a uniform of respect. Using the shirt that the National used as a second uniform.

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With the end of the Spanish Civil War, Athletic de Madrid and Aviación Nacional, were going to merge to create Atlético Aviación. As for the shirt, the Atlético de Madrid rojiblancos were adopted and practically the same model, but as a modification the shield was introduced. It was not until 1939 that the shield was worn on the shirt, in this case that of the Atletico Aviación. Blue was left as a uniform of respect. Using the shirt that the National used as a second uniform.

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Equipment from the late 1940s.

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From 1939 to the 1960s it hardly undergoes changes in design.

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For almost the entire 1960s the coat of arms of the shirt disappeared

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Luis Aragonés in the 70s.

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Marina and Arteche in the 80s.

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João Pinto in 1990.

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In season 88-89, for the first time, advertising appears on T-shirts. Copier firm Mita signs an agreement to sponsor him for a season. Puma modifies the design to introduce advertising and it does it with the fabric. Alternate little lines this time

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The 94-95 represents a complete change in the image of the Atleti. Ten years later, the model is radically changed. The neck becomes red with blue and white motifs and a button appears to close the neck for the first time. The sleeves become red with a white stripe and it includes four club logos that are characteristic of the club's corporate image. Marbella is once again a sponsor of the club and the traditional Puma numbers disappear from the first uniform. The stripes are accompanied by fine red lines on either side of the main ones.

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Caminero with the shirt they played in the 1996 Copa del Rey final against Barcelona.

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Saying “the double one” is enough to know that it is one of the historical Atleti shirts. There are four different shirts for the year of the double.

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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in 1999.

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Kiko in 2000.

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Commemorative kit for the centenary of Atletico de Madrid 1903-2003.

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History of Atlético de Madrid kits

Commemorative kit for the centenary of Atletico de Madrid 1903-2003.

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Fernando Torres with one of the Centennial Year T-shirts (2003).

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In season 04/05 it goes from having three to five stripes

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Presentation of the season 14/15 kit

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The kit for the season 2015/16.

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The kit for the 16/17 season.

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2017/18 season home kit.

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Presentation of the official rojiblanco club kit for the 2018/19 season.

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DAILY AS

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Atlético de Madrid third kit for the 2018-19 season.

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The first kit of the 2019-20 season.

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DAILY AS

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Detail of the first and second kits of the 2019-20 season.

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The second kit of the 2019-20 season.

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The third kit of the 2019-20 season.

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