With the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar kicking off in less than three months, adidas released a slew of national team kits on Monday to keep the hype high.
Germany – Home and Away
Perhaps the most famous kits released on Monday belong to Germany – the four-time World Cup champion and home to Adidas headquarters. Like most German home kits over the years, the 2022 edition is predominantly white, but this time there is a wide black stripe running vertically down the center of the jersey. The adidas crest and national team crest appear in gold and are centered on the chest within the black band. The crew neck, cuffs, shoulder stripes, and side panels are black, and the collar and side stripes feature red and yellow trims that reflect the German flag.
The outdoor set features a dark red geometric pattern on a black base. The adidas crest and national team crest reappear in single-tone gold apps. The collar and cuffs are black again, while the shoulder stripes are golden. A dark red stripe runs along the side and rear edge.
Japan – back and forth
Meanwhile, Japan stuck to its traditional royal blue base for its 2022 home collections, but added a white geometric pattern that reinforces the concept of “origami.” The collar is royal blue, while the shoulder stripes and side panels are white. A red stripe runs on the sides and extends to the rear edge.
The origami pattern is also seen on the sleeves of the far white set, made up of intertwined red and blue stripes. The collar, shoulder straps, cuffs and side stripes are all black.
Spain – Home and Away
Spain kept things relatively simple on their kits for the 2022 World Cup. It will be solid red, with dark blue accents in the shoulder stripes and side panels. The collar is dark blue with red and yellow stripes running through and a blue insert in the front. The side lines are blue and yellow. There is a yellow adidas logo on the right chest, while the left chest is home to it New simplified logo of the Spanish national team.
However, the outdoor group is where Spain leaves its hair. It is light blue with a chromatic pattern of stripes and semicircles all over. The logo and adidas logo are located in the center of the box. The crew neck collar is light blue with tonal trim, and the red and yellow shoulder stripes alternate to reflect the Spanish flag.
Argentina – away
Like Spain, Argentina adhered to tradition with its home clothing, Released in early July, But they exited from the penalty area their guest kit. The shirt is mostly purple, with a color pattern forming flames emanating from the bottom of the shirt. Light purple accents include shoulder and hem stripes on the collar, stripes around each sleeve, side panels, and side and back hem stripes.
adidas says The shirt is “backed by national pride and the quest for a more just world. To represent gender equality, its vibrant violet colors combine with fiery graphics inspired by the sun of the national flag.”
Mexico – away
Mexico national team kit Released in early July, inspired by the Aztec god Quetzalcóatl, this inspiration from the ancient deities carries over to the outdoor collection. The base is off-white and features a bold red pattern of “Mixtic Art and Aztec Gods to summon the fighting spirit needed to dominate the football world.” Most of the accents are dark red, except for some dark green trim around the collar. The The new national team logo Also shown in monochrome red.
Belgium – Home and Away
Meanwhile, the Belgian national team is relying on the nickname “Red Devils” as an inspiration for their World Cup kits on home soil. Solid red shirt with black raglan sleeves features a red, orange, and yellow flame pattern near each cuff. The collar is solid black, as are the side stripes and side panels and the adidas logo on the chest. Shoulder stripes are red.
However, the outerwear sets are an expression of love. The white kit features a multicolored pattern of red, orange, yellow, pink, and blue throughout, including on the national team crest, adidas crest, collar hem, cuffs, side panels, side stripes, and back hem. The word “LOVE” is printed on the back collar in the same pattern, which is also shown on Several pieces of Belgian team merchandise on the adidas website. Shoulder stripes are light blue.
Colombia – back and forth
Although Colombia failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, their new away kit was revealed along with other national team kits on Monday. It is predominantly red, a gradient geometric pattern all around. Light blue accents, including collar trim, sleeve lines, side stripes and shoulder lines. The national team crest and adidas crest on the box also appear in light blue.
Released several weeks ago, the main collection is solid yellow with dark blue shoulder stripes. A red stripe runs around each sleeve, and the side panels and side stripes are also red. The interior of the front v-neck is navy blue with red trim.
Chile – at home and away
Like Colombia, Chile also did not qualify for the 2022 World Cup, but they still have a new home kit, which was released several weeks ago. It is solid red, with a blue V-neck and cuffs decorated in white. The shoulder stripes are white and the side panels are solid blue. The lines running on the sides and across the rear edge are white with a blue speckled pattern.
Chile recently switched to adidas groups after a row with Nike over non-payment of her contract. The Chilean played several matches with the Nike logo covered on their kits while the dispute was still in the courts.