The away shirt colour has changed several times.
Bale was assigned the number 11 shirt at Madrid.
The shirt is made by German sportswear company Puma.
Women's clothing consists of a shirt and a long skirt.
Since 2015 Villa's shirt sponsors have been Quickbooks.
O2 were Ireland's main shirt sponsor from then until 2014.
The shirt sponsor is Cardiff based Insurance firm, Admiral.
Lovell Rugby will replace BT Sport as shirt centre sponsor.
Chelsea's current shirt sponsor is the Yokohama Rubber Company.
The back of the shirt is navy blue, as are the shorts and socks.
The strip is manufactured by Canterbury and O2 is the shirt sponsor.
The alternate shirt was exactly the same but was red instead of white.
Shirt sponsorship began in 1987, and the initial shirt sponsor was JVC.
The alternative kit had a red and white striped shirt, with blue shorts.
Up until June 2014, the last occupant of the shirt had been Michael Brown.
He famously whipped off his shirt as he ran to celebrate with his teammates.
On the back of the shirt, Coleg sir gar and Worthington's appear at the top.
On the front of the shirt, BT Sport is at the centre with Bisley at the top.
Chelsea's first shirt sponsor was Gulf Air, agreed during the 1983–84 season.
It features plain white shorts and a plain white shirt featuring an embossed St.