Women’s World Cup 2019: The Kits

After being revealed in Paris back in March, Nike just dropped their national kits for the Women’s World Cup 2019. With the tournament kicking off in just a few weeks, it’s time to gear up and show your support for your team!

Whether you’re cheering on the Lionesses for England or supporting the tournament hosts France, here at JD we’ve got the complete kits, as well as all the extras so you can show your full support – whether you’re on the pitch, streets or stands.

The Kits

Determined to create kits that fit perfectly and are able to move with the player, Nike’s designs come after three years focusing on exactly what female athletes need.

Packed with tech including sweat-wicking Dri-FIT and breathable VaporKnit, each has been designed to dominate on the pitch – while sporting teams’ national crest with pride. Check ‘em out!

nike women's world cup(Image: Nike)

England

For the very first time in history with Nike, the women’s England team will be gearing up in a bespoke kit.

The Home Shirt keeps a classic look coming in a clean white colourway, while the Away Shirt switches it up with an all-over roses design – as seen on ya gal and Nike-babe, Ella Eyre.

France

France will also be reppin’ gal-exclusive kits.

Their Home Shirt combines hues of navy and rose gold, while the Away Shirt comes in a clean white colourway. Guaranteed to turn heads on the pitch, the Away shirt features an all-over hexadot print, which is a nod to France.

Netherlands

Netherlands‘ Away kit has been carried over from 2018, seeing the return of the turquoise shirt with gradient graphic print.

Bringing bold looks to the pitch, the Home kit features brand new shirt design, which comes in an unmissable orange colourway. Finished up with the refreshed, female lion crest.

And More…

That’s not all…check out the complete Women’s World Cup range online here.

Not just covering kits, we’ve got training wear so you can shape up your skills while showing your support – as well as everything from hoodies to track pants, all reppin’ your fave team’s crest.

Bring on June 7th when the Women’s World Cup officially starts!

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