“In the book of the history of Betis, Kappa’s kit has many chapters. We have traveled a beautiful path together and we are very proud of it,” says AS Emanuelle Ostini, director of Kappa and designer and creator of the Kombat. Of course, at the Kappa exhibition in Turin, where the brand is based, the Betis shirt occupies a privileged place alongside other historic shirts such as Juventus, the Italian national team, Naples and Monaco, among others.“These historical teams, so important in their countries, help us grow in places other than Italy, such as Spain, which I love, and France,” concludes Ostini. Kappa continues working on designs for Betis for the next season and even plans to take out before the end of this course another special equipment as he did against Barça. Working Women’s Day or Andalusia Day could be the dates chosen for Betis to wear that new shirt, but nothing is confirmed yet. The modern history of Kappa is not understood without Betis. LThe Italian clothing brand celebrates this week the twentieth anniversary of its most famous shirt, the Kombat, that tight and elastic design made so that the defenders’ grips can be seen with the naked eye by the referee, and the Verdiblanco team is more than present in the commemoration of the already legendary kit. Last Sunday against Barça, Betis wore a special shirt in homage to the Kombat, a design with which the Heliopolis team won what until now is their only title in the 21st century, the Copa del Rey 2005.