The Real Betis Balompié has unveiled a new kit that will be launched this Sunday against Almeria. On the occasion of the Forever GreenThe club will wear a new kit that has been presented this Thursday through the social networks of the club.

In a renewed commitment to the environment, Real Betis Balompié has presented this Thursday the new shirt that will be worn in the match against Almería, as part of the ‘Forever Green’ initiative. This special edition is a testament to the club’s commitment to protecting the planet.

Under the slogan ” #DefiendelaVidaEnVerde “, Betis has designed a T-shirt in different shades of green, with white details, to raise awareness of the threat of drought, a problem that affects millions of people around the world. Héctor Bellerín, recognized for his commitment to the environment, has been chosen as the image to present this new shirt. In the advertising spot, the Catalan winger appears on a bicycle, highlighting the importance of care and respect for climate change.

A T-shirt in different shades of green

Hummelthe brand that dresses Betis, has designed a shirt with stripes in different shades of green, complementing it with details about the drought, the main theme of the campaign. The design, created by Hummel, evokes the image of dry, broken earth due to lack of water, with earth-toned tights and socks to complete the ensemble.

This is not the first time that Betis has promoted the ‘Forever Green’ initiative. For the third consecutive season, the club shows its commitment to environmental sustainability through actions such as this one. In addition to the match jersey, a special warm-up edition will also be presented, featuring a street graffiti-style design with words and phrases related to the environment.

At Forever Green, we celebrate Real Betis Balompié’s initiative and its ongoing commitment to protecting the environment. Together, we can make a difference in the fight against climate change. Join us in this important movement for a greener future!

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