Rayo Vallecano 2013/14 Errea Away, Third and Goalkeeper Kits

Rayo Vallecano de Madrid is a football club from the Vallecas neighbourhood of the Spanish capital. The team plays home games at the Vallecas Stadium which has a capacity of 14,708. Playing in La Liga, the top division in Spain, Rayo Vallecano finished 8th in the 2012/13 table. Had they ranked better, they would still have been excluded from European competitions as the RFEF denied them a UEFA license as they were immersed in a creditor contest.

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We have already brought you a picture of the club’s new home kit for the 2013/14 season. Above you can see the white home shirt with the red sash alongside the new away and third kits for the 2013/14 season. Kit manufacturers Errea used the same template with the flapped collar and the sash for all three non-goalkeeper kits. The away shirt has a black base colour with a red sash, a red flapped collar, red sleeve hems and a red body bottom edge. It is complemented by black shorts and socks. The third shirt features a yellow base colour with a green sash, a green collar, green sleeve hems and a green bottom edge. It is complemented by yellow shorts and socks. A blue goalkeeper kit was also unveiled as can be seen in the above picture.

Posted by on July 13th, 2013 in Rayo Vallecano - Copyright Football Shirts News © 2013

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  1. Rafael39:

    Liked the Home and Goalkeeper…
    The Away is okay at the max…

    But that Third one is… UGH!

  2. rooney is sooooo ugly:

    home and away are quality nice kits

  3. Kermit:

    Quailty home kit. Liking the away kit too. Well done Errea!

  4. JARKKO:

    Knew these were brilliant before i saw them.

  5. Doctor's Your Uncle:

    I really like the black and white shirts. The third? Not so much. I think they all would have been nicer with a v-neck, instead of the polo-style collar.

  6. Aint Got A Kalou:

    Home and Away havnt really changed

  7. The Blob:

    That third is… different. Some nice kits though.

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