Top 5 Real Madrid home kits of the Cristiano Ronaldo era
There have been many iconic kits in the history of football. Think Barcelona, AC and Inter Milan, Brazil, the Netherlands, but few are as iconic as Real Madrid's all-white kit.
Real Madrid's all-white kit is so integral to the identity of the club that their nickname is of course "Los Blancos", meaning "the Whites". Given that Real Madrid's kit is all-white, one imagines that there isn't much to work with when creating new designs each season.
This is not the case, however, as Real Madrid have had, over the years, many beautiful kits and some not so beautiful.
Despite the illustrious club boasting the likes of Alfredo Di Stefano, Zinedine Zidane, Raul, Luis Figo, David Beckham and Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo is probably the most iconic in the club's history, having eclipsed the past greats in both fame and success.
As well as scoring a staggering 450 goals in just 438 games for Real Madrid, Ronaldo has worn several different renditions of the all-white kit. As an iconic Real Madrid player, this article will rate each of the nine home kits that Ronaldo wore during his time in Madrid.
#5 2010/11 season
The home-kit worn by Cristiano Ronaldo and his Real Madrid teammates during the 2010/11 campaign was an improvement from the 2009/10 design. Unlike the busy 2009/10 kit, this edition of Real Madrid's home-kit was simple by comparison.
The material seems a lot more breathable and thinner than the 2009/10 kit and the placement of the Adidas badge parallel to the Real Madrid badge was a welcome change. Most importantly, however, is the improvement of the neckline with it looking much more comfortable and holds a nice modern design.
Whilst being a nice improvement from the season prior, it still isn't the nicest home-kit of the Ronaldo Real Madrid era but by no means is it an ugly kit.