In FIFA 19 Ultimate Team, there’s always a race to find the brightest and most unique kits on the market to make sure your squad steps onto the pitch in style.
While Goal already did the hard work for you with the 10 best kits in the game, EA Sports have partnered with Adidas to release even more outrageous kits for some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
The eye-catching fourth kits for Manchester United, Juventus, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are available both in-game and in real life. However, you will want to be quick as both the virtual and real-life editions are going to be quite rare.
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Any FUT player who had one of said four clubs as their favourite team on FIFA 19 will receive that team’s kit for free in-game when they next log in (Nintendo Switch players will have to wait until December 14.)
For everyone else, starting on November 30 FIFA 19 players can earn each club’s respective kit by completing one of four Weekly Objectives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC. The kits will be tradeable so players can also buy and sell the kits on the FUT Transfer Market.
As for real life, these kits will be sold as limited edition items and won’t come cheap either. While Munich and Madrid’s haven’t appeared in their respective stores yet, fans can purchase the Manchester United and Juventus shirts now for £65 ($83) and £82 ($104) respectively.
There will only be 200 units sold of the Manchester United ‘digital’ kit online which features a striking leopard print design. The kit is a bright fluorescent yellow with dark spots and is designed to look like it is made of fur. The Adidas and Manchester United logos have been moved to the centre of the shirt while the Chevrolet sponsor remains, surrounded by a black patch.
Juventus on the other hand, state there will be 1,000 units of the club’s fourth kit sold online. Juve’s sports a unique iridescent pattern which you certainly wouldn’t have any trouble spotting. According to the club’s official website, the limited edition kit “displays a design that mirrors Juventus' forward-thinking attitude".
Next is Real Madrid who have been given a dark blue kit covered in stars. The beautiful kit is more subtle than the rest and appears to represent the club’s nickname of the ‘Galacticos.’ However, the kit may have already sold out as it is listed as out of stock on the club’s website.
Bayern Munich sport a similar star design but on a bright orange kit that fades down into a black. This shirt appears to represent the sun with a bright glare in the middle of the jersey. Also unlike Madrid’s, the Munich kit sports different colour sleeves with a dark red that drifts into the shoulders.