The new World Cup kits continue to roll in, with some absolute belters in the mix!
We’ve already looked at a few kits from some of the other major teams, but new offerings from the likes of Nike, adidas and PUMA continue to drop, and they’re some of the best we’ve seen!
Argentina, Spain, Germany, Japan and loads more are stepping out in fresh looking kits this year. Need a rundown of the strips? We’ve got you!
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All About La Albiceleste
The iconic White and Sky Blue of Argentina has never looked better. The latest adidas cut has the legendary stripes to the front, while the back switches things up with two thinner stripes down the centre. It is designed to resemble the Argentinian flag.
Additionally, the Sol de Mayo, the national emblem of Argentina, appears on the nape. The shirt is signed off with Black 3-Stripes to the shoulders, the Badge of Sport logo and Argentina crest to the chest.
Black shorts and White socks with Sky Blue trim complete the full kit.
Argentina’s away strip for this Winter’s competition is straight-up fire. Literally. Landing in a Legacy Indigo and Purple Rush colourway, it has a faint fire graphic to the front, inspired by the national flag’s Sun of May.
Like the home shirt, it’s finished up with the Sol de Mayo to the nape. Purple shorts and socks round off the full set.
Rep Der DFB
Germany’s kit for the competition mixes things up in a bold way. Comin’ in the classic White, it features a large Black stripe down the centre, reminiscent of the away strip they wore at Euro 2008.
The stripe is designed to replicate a racing stripe found on a sports car, a nod to Germany’s rich automotive history.
As is tradition with most Germany home kits, the flag has been incorporated into the design. This time, it can be seen around the collar. Black shorts and White socks finish the look.
The away strip presents a fresh look for the Germany national team, with a rogue design that still looks great. It lands in a Black and Shadow Maroon colourway, with the Badge of Sport and team crest coming in a Tactile Gold Metallic colourway, like in the home kit.
The graphic throughout the shirt is a ‘D’ to represent Deutschland, but it’s been distorted and stretched to form a unique pattern. It’s finished up with wordmark branding to the nape. Black shorts with striped Black and Red socks sign off the full kit.
The 2022 Spain kit is a very traditional shirt, landing in the iconic Team Power Red colourway, with Team Navy Blue 3-Stripes to the shoulders. It has a V-neckline with Red and Yellow trim to replicate the Spanish flag.
The biggest difference this year is the new national team crest on the left chest. This will be the first time the new badge has been worn on a men’s Spain shirt. It is similar to the old one but with a few subtle changes and simplifications.
Blue shorts and socks complete the full look.
Spain’s away offering comes in a Sky Blue colourway with abstract patterning all-over and a Royal Blue trim for a statement look. Once again, the national flag has been incorporated, this time in the 3-Stripes to the shoulder.
With a central Badge of Sport logo and crest to the chest, it is finished up with Royal Blue shorts and Sky Blue socks.
Belgium Bring The Heat
Belgium’s home shirt for the tournament comes in a classic Red and Black, but what really stands out is the Red and Yellow flames that engulf the sleeves.
The graphic is inspired by the national team nickname, the Red Devils, but we think it also represents the red-hot football Belgium bring to the international stage.
The kit is signed off with Black shorts and socks, with the latter having the same flame graphic rising from the heel.
The away shirt Belgium will rep this Winter comes in a White colourway with multicoloured trim. It is inspired by the adidas x Belgian FA x Tomorrowland collection with a similar vibe.
All about showing and celebrating love, the word is even printed to the nape. It has the vibrant patterning to the trims and branding, while the 3-Stripes come in a neutral Grey tone.
With White shorts and socks to finish, we can’t wait to see the likes of Kevin De Bruyne ripping it up in this kit!
The Samurai Blues
The Japan home shirt lands in the signature Japan Blue, with all-over White graphics designed to look like a flock of origami cranes, a nod to traditional Japanese culture.
It has Red and White trim to the seams as a reference to the national flag, while the 3-Stripes and branding come in a traditional White. Japan never disappoint when it comes to kits and, once again, they’ve delivered the goods!
Mexico are back in their traditional Green and we are loving it. Not since 2018 has the men’s senior team worn the famous Green shirt, White shorts and Red socks.
On the chest, the latest Mexico shirt has a graphic that represents the headdress of Aztec deity Quetzalcoatl. The god of wind in Mexican culture, Quetzalcoatl can also symbolise death and resurrection. A small image of the god can also be found to the nape.
The shirt is signed off with Red trim and signature 3-Stripes.
Like the look of the latest strips? Check out the full range right here and don’t forget to stay locked into @JDFootball for all the latest ahead of the World Cup this Winter!
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JD Football | November 21, 2023