This is the new All Whites soccer jersey 2016, the New Zealand national football team’s new uniform, made by Nike. Officially unveiled on 25 March, 2016, the new All Whites strip will be worn by the likes of Leeds United’s Chris Wood and West Ham’s Winston Reid whilst on duty for the national side.
New Zealand qualified for the 2010 World Cup where they drew 1-1 with world champions Italy and avoided defeat in all their group games. They narrowly missed out on the 2014 edition following a 9-3 loss in the intercontinental playoff against Mexico.
The shirt by itself is pretty simple- a white jersey with a graphic design on the front, and stripes on the side of the jersey (a recurring feature across recent Nike international releases. The Nike swoosh and New Zealand football crest are both in black, as can be seen in the pic below.