Unlike yellow kits worn at every World Cup since 1954, Brazil will wear a ‘Samba Gold’ kit. It will be similar to the one worn at Mexico ’70 following Nike designers’ decision to sample kit donned by the likes of Pele, Carlos Alberto and Jarzinho.
Embossed with the national motto “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité”, France’s home kit features blue, white and red ‘tricolore’ from head to toe.
Portugal’s away kit is white with green print, their home shirt is deep red with green trim and a splash of gold.
Egypt’s kit was designed in the nation’s flag colours of red, white and black. The home shirt features a subliminal checkered pattern around it while Adidas’ iconic white stripes run down the sides.
Peru’s new World Cup jersey boasts of the traditional design of the country. It features the sash while retaining the nation’s classic white and red colours. The home shirt also features gold detail around the shoulder areas.
Switzerland’s new home top features an engineered jacquard graphic embedded on the front which is inspired by the nation’s Sol de Atlántida monument. A special version of the Swiss flag is positioned underneath the collar.
Argentina’s new home kit will feature the iconic blue and white stripes, an embossed sign-off combined of laurels and the number 125, plus two gold stars above the badge in celebration of the country’s two World Cup wins.
Argentina will spot a predominantly black away strip and a graphic design inspired by the nation’s flag.
Inspired by their their Italia ’90 victory, Germany’s kit will feature “Die Mannschaft” somewhere around the neck, a gold World Cup winner badge and a special sign-off on the inside of the collar.
The country’s away kit pays tribute to Russian architecture, and the industrial cities of the country.
Inspired by Euro ’84, Belgium’s World Cup kit pays homage to the country’s flag, with the largely yellow kit interspersed with red and black designs along the collar.
Manufactured by Errea, the all-blue kit for Iceland featuring “ice, water, fire and geysers” kit has been “inspired by nature”. The away kit is mainly white and also features blue and red.
The new Colombia kit features a blue and red graphic design on the side of the shirt showcasing the Colombian flag colours. It also features a sign-off on the back of the neck which by interpretation is ‘United as one Nation’.
The pattern down the left-hand side of the shirt has been designed to represent those scarf patterns, while the kit also sports a line of text saying “Unidos Por Un Pais” – translating to “united as one nation” on the collar.
Mexico’s kit was inspired from the early 1990s, and features their traditional green shirt.
Mexico’s kit is inspired by the country’s flag. A message on the collar reads, “Soy Mexico”, translating as “I am Mexico”.
The home jersey for Japan features a new shade of blue with hues of red and white. Japan’s kit was inspired by the home kit they wore in 1991.
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