Real Betis unvieled the special shirt which will be worn in the derby match against Malaga. Celebrating the Dia De Andalusia, the design reflects the shirts worn during the period 1911 to 1914. Celtic shirts were brought to Seville by then-captain Manuel Ramos Asensio, who had lived as a youth in Glasgow.
Real Betis Dia De Andalusia Kit
This is the Real Betis Dia De Andalusia kit which will be worn in the match against Malaga:
The shirt is green and white, using the miadidas template with a different shade of green to the normal Betis home kit.
The shirt has a classic polo-style collar, with a white outer band. The green lapels join seamlessly with a v-neckline.
On the back of the shirt in the centre of the shoulders, there is an Andalusian flag on a green stripe. While the front of the shirt features horizontal lines in a hoop effect, the player identification area is white.
Betis will wear their usual white shorts while the green socks for the match are a different hue to the shirt.
The shirt is devoid of sponsors while the club badge features in green and gold on the left breast.