New Belgium Adidas Kits 14/15- Belgium Jerseys 2014/2015 Home Away

These are the new Belgium Adidas kits 2014/15, the Belgian national football team’s new uniforms by Adidas. The kits were officially unveiled by the Red Devils on 14th August, 2014. Adidas replace Burrda, who made the country’s World Cup 2014 uniforms.

The kits have come in for a fair bit of flak from Belgian fans, and it isn’t too difficult to understand why. The home is a Adidas Condivo template replica, with the red and white combo not really reflecting Belgian national colours.

The alternate jersey is also a template (Adidas Toque), as can be seen from the pics below.

The goalkeeper jersey has the same colours and template we’ve seen used for heaps of Adidas supplied clubs and countries (even at the World Cup).

New Belgium Adidas Strip 2014 15

New Belgium Adidas Home Kit 14 15

Belgium Home Jersey Closeup

Belgium Home Shorts

Belgium Home Socks Adidas

Belgium Adidas Jersey 2014 2015 Closeup

Black Belgium Away Kit 14 15

New Belgium Away Kit Adidas 2014 15

Belgium Away  Socks 14 15

Belgium Away Jersey Adidas Back

Belgium Away Shorts 2014 2015

19 thoughts on “New Belgium Adidas Kits 14/15- Belgium Jerseys 2014/2015 Home Away

  1. Pedro

    Poor show, adidas. Presumably this was put out as quickly as possible and a bespoke kit will come in a year or so.

  2. Russel

    So uninspired. The stripes should be yellow and black for a start – come on Adidas, sort it out!

  3. victor

    makes me feel proud to see england with nike… adidas sucks, poor dressing, poor designs, and tired of the “3 stripes” innovate it germans plz!

  4. rik

    training kit left overs.. Obviously no consultation but I guess when they change over with little time for input into design this is what you get.

  5. Sean

    My personal thoughts on this.

    The Belgian FA liked Burrda, but were not pleased with the way their kits were marketed at the WC. Belgium have enough star players to probably be among the top 10 nations when it comes to jerseys, and their stuff wasn’t easy to find for fans across the world, definitely not like the Argentina, Germany, Brazil, Holland or England ones.

    Adidas have a greater reach in comparison to Burrda and will sell more jerseys, even if their creations are just templates + Belgian badge on it.

  6. Colin

    Burrda and Belgium were a good fit. Such a shame, but money talks. Away kit is a non-league template. Wrexham had that one last season I think.

  7. Les Glum

    what absolute rubbish ! looks like any kit that any half wit could have “designed” – designed !! that’s a laugh in itself ! How much imagination would it have taken to put some yellow/black stripes on the shirt, i don’t care how much of a hurry they were in, this is disgraceful ! !

    Have a look at the away kit, the same design using Red in the body, Black across the chest and yellow stripes would have taken someone 2 minutes to dream up, just like I have just done ! !

    Or if they didn’t like that, red body, yellow across the chest and black stripes !

    THEY SHOULD HANG THEIR HEADS IN SHAME ! ! !

  8. Paulie

    Pretty much what everyone has already said. The omission of yellow (and black) stripes in favour of white on that home kit is a cardinal sin. It could be Switzerland or Austria, Poland or Turkey, etc etc. Shamefully lazy.

    The away kit is no better. At the very least with that horrible template, the white should be yellow and the stripes red.

  9. Moe

    That second kit looks more plain than a regular practice jersey. I can’t believe they went backwards with the design with an established company like Adidas

  10. THFC4ever

    Great Welsh kit. Terrible, no effort at all and does every Adidas GK shirt have 2 b yellow and purple?

  11. James

    You have all hit the nail on the head !! Can’t say I liked having burrda sport as lcfc kit manufacturer but like them or not this is worse !much worse! already said but why are the stripes not black and yellow and the collar , would have looked so much better.

  12. Vince

    Simply awful! Looks like adidas doesn’t even care about making the kits of one of the most improved football nations over the past years… sad.

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