After the debacle that was the 2014 World Cup, Spain need to go big this time if they are going to regain their reputation.
It’s a cross between something your Nan would knit and a football shirt, but by heavens does it work. The Belgians will be taking their inspiration from Euro ’84 with the shirt an overall colour of red which ties with their nickname of the “Red Devils”.
Nike have aimed to reflect the nation’s “energetic” culture through the news designs, while the home shirt is meant to be a subtle homage to Nigeria’s 1994 shirt.
It’s incredible, frankly, and is bound to turn us all into Super Eagles in the summer. Already 3 million orders have been sent to Nike, which is an incredible result.
Argentina’s new home kit will feature blue and white stripes. The jersey also feature 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.
The World Cup holders pay homage to their Italia ’90 victory with their new shirt for the 2018 edition of the tournament, which builds on this classic design and features dropped shoulder cut lines.
It will have the words “Die Mannschaft” on the reverse of the neck and a gold World Cup winner badge features on the front as well as a special sign-off on the inside of the collar that links the two eras.