New Portugal Away World Cup Jersey 2014- White Portugal Shirt 14/15

This is the new Portugal away shirt 2014/15, Portugal’s new change strip for the forthcoming World Cup in Brazil. A predominantly white shirt paired with blue shorts and white socks is the combo for Cristiano Ronaldo and co. for select games on the road this season. Ex Chelsea medio Raul Meireles is here seen modelling the kit

White Portugal Soccer Jersey 2014

Portugal Away Shirt Collar

Raul Meireles Portugal Away Shirt 2014 15

Portugal World Cup Shirt Crest 2014

20 thoughts on “New Portugal Away World Cup Jersey 2014- White Portugal Shirt 14/15

  1. Creosote

    it doesn’t look like a Portuguese jersey at all. i don’t understand why they couldn’t have used green instead of blue – but as usual, i like the simplicity of the design.

  2. Eric

    Great jersey, good colours. Especially because the white and blue are noticable in the logo and for being a nation that ruled the oceans back in the days…

  3. Stevo

    Creosote :
    it doesn’t look like a Portuguese jersey at all. i don’t understand why they couldn’t have used green instead of blue – but as usual, i like the simplicity of the design.

    I agree, why go for blue? i was expecting green or red the colours they always use

  4. pg13

    @Creosote
    Portugal’s first flags (11th & 12th century) were white with a blue cross.
    Portugal’s flag during the 19th century were blue on the left and white on the right.

    Read history.

    White and green is so Algeria and so Nigeria

  5. Paulie

    Nice kit, plain without being boring. I agree that green would be more appropriate than blue but this is Nike – the blue probably represents Portugal’s sea-faring history, or balderdash of such ilk.

  6. Creosote

    @pg13
    you could have also added that this isn’t the first time they’ve subscribed to a white/blue combination for their away kit. they’ve done it on a regular basis, in fact, so i was misinformed to believe that this is an unusual appearance particularly regarding their kit history – information that can be casually dispensed for mine and anyone else’s benefit without any obnoxious piddling involved, so calm down.

    as for everyone else who responded to my first comment, thank you for enlightening me to the colours’ historical reference. apparently this palette was last used in 2004 before it was temporarily discontinued – a good thing then given its apparent significance that it has been re-introduced to mark the team’s centenary year in the sport.

    @Paulie
    true.. i can understand their need to capitalise on their kit designs as major players in a competitive marketing industry just before a high-profile tournament, but some of the kit descriptions (their endorsement of the Brazilian blue kit is an infamous example) can be needlessly saccharine and transparent.

  7. daniel

    Except Portugal is perhaps the oldest country in Europe,at least the one with the oldest borders define that are still the same today,and its original color flag was white and blue, just like Finland…and it remained white and blue for centuries. The red and green one is the Republic flag..when republic was installed back in 1910,its only about 100 years old.

  8. deriksenna

    I have absolutely no problem with it at all.
    I love Nike’s plain and simple designs.

  9. Csslakai

    @Haakon Guys, we portuguese undertand it! Blue and white were the colours of our flag when we conquered half of the world, including Brasil! It makes all the sense! We love our away kit, more than the Home kit! Check the flag on wikimedia commons

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *