JD Football | November 15, 2022

Just Launched: Scotland Trainingwear

Ready to show your support this year? Be a part of the Tartan Army with the latest Scotland Trainingwear from adidas!

Landing in men’s, women’s and kids’ sizing, the 2022/23 collection includes both training ground-ready essentials as well as matchday looks for when you’re cheering them on in full voice.


See what’s new right here…

Hampden Park Style

The Presentation and Training range nods back to the home kit, coming in Team Navy Blue and Team Royal Blue colourways. While for the Tartan range, the brand has taken cues from the country’s heritage with Black and Pulse Lilac hues and tartan prints.


In contrast to the classic colourways, adidas has used recycled Primegreen polyester fabrics throughout as part of their aim to build a more sustainable future.


Whether it’s the sofa or the stands, the Presentation and Tartan collection keep things casual with ultra-soft T-Shirts and polos, along with hoodies, jackets, crewneck sweatshirts and joggers for cosy layering on colder nights in the stands.


Pairing up the fleecy fabrics, stretchy ribbed trims lock in your warmth and add structure to the apparel.


Perfect It Like the Pros

From gameday warm-ups to midweek training sessions, the new range ensures the national side are pushing their performance every time they lace up their boots.


Featuring shorts, vests and tees for hotter conditions and quarter zip tops, jackets and track pants for Winter fixtures, they’re all built with adidas’ signature AEROREADY tech, that’s designed to wick sweat from the skin.


Not only that, mesh lining and breathable inserts add airflow for when the game heats up.



With zippered pockets to stash your essentials, the full collection is finished with contrasting White 3-Stripes at the sides and a Badge of Sport logo to either the chest or leg.


Signed off with the legendary Scotland crest, rep your country’s colours with pride with the latest Scotland Trainingwear right here at JD!

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