The World Cup 2018 is taking place in Russia with the first match on 14th June. It will be the host, Russia, against Saudi Arabia at 11:00 PM Singapore Time.
With the World Cup arriving so soon, fans are sure to purchase merchandise to show their support for their favourite country. With banners, scarfs and even tattoos, fans can sure show their support in unique ways. However, the most traditional way is still…the Jerseys.
Adidas have fitted a number of teams with new jerseys for the event, with Lionel Messi modelling in the kit he will be wearing in Russia. Let’s take a look at the 9 kits prepared by Adidas so you can choose your favourite.
Their home kit looks very much the same but Argentina is going with a black away kit this time. While some people find that it looks more like a training kit, it is personally my favourite.
On a side note, Messi looks stunning here.
Unique and bold design for their home kit, it would fit those looking for a more flashy jersey. Nicknamed the Red Devils, Belgium shows its kit using Borussia Dortmund player Michy Batshuayi.
A nice yellow for the home kit and a beautiful blue for the away kit. Neymar Jr models in the home kit while Paulinho from Barcelona wears the away kit.
Continuing with the yellow from World Cup 2014, Colombia added some strips on the kit to freshen things up. As for their away kit, I thought the orange doesn’t go very well with the blue but it still looks smart.
The home kit is worn by Bayern star James Rodriguez while Juan Cuadrado from Juventus dons the away kit.
As usual, the Three Lions has a white home kit and a red away kit. The only difference I can see is the red line around the collar of the home kit. I thought both kits looks plain but maybe they are keeping things simple.
All 3 players, Raheem Sterling. Kyle Walker and John Stones are currently playing for the dominant Manchester City in the Premier League.
If you look closely at the designs on the shoulders, you can see that there is a “vapour”-like design using the lighter blue. This is Nike’s new vapour template and I got to say it looks gorgeous.
Raphaël Varane from Real Madrid wears the stunning home kit.
Germany’s home kit looks just like the one they used for World Cup 2014 except the chest line is now black strips. They have taken further steps with their away kit though with the somewhere near lime-green and the arrows in different directions. Do you call them arrows?
There are many more kits revealed but we have just picked the few discussion-worthy ones. Let us know what you think about the above kits or if you like a kit that we missed out on Facebook.
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