These are the new Iceland World Cup kits 2018, Iceland’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming 2018 World Cup in Russia. Made by Errea, the new Icelandic WC 2018 shirts were officially unveiled on 15 March, 2018 by the Italian manufacturer and the KSI.
Errea has opted to combine the elements of ice (represented by the white), water (blue) and heat (red) for the new Iceland World Cup kit. The home strip is the blue one in the pic below, with the white set to serve as the nation’s away/alternate top.
The 2018 World Cup will be Iceland’s first ever World Cup. They are in Group D alongside Argentina, Croatia and Nigeria Continue reading
These are the new France WC 2018 kits, the French national team’s uniforms for the 2018 World Cup and other international games in the 2018/19 season. Made by Nike, the new Les Bleus World Cup jerseys were officially unveiled on 15 March, 2018.
The new French World Cup home shirt is navy blue, with a graphic pattern on the sleeve, and will be paired with white shorts and red socks.
The France away World Cup 2018 strip features a white shirt (with a red and blue pattern design), paired with dark blue shorts and white socks.
Both French World Cup 2018 tops will debut later this month in the national team’s friendlies.
It also carries the words “our differences unite us” in French. Continue reading
These are the new Thailand football kits 2018/2019, the Thai national team’s new uniforms for the upcoming 18/19 season. Made by Warrix, the new Thai soccer jerseys were officially unveiled on March 13, 2018 and will be worn by the national team for the first time in the King’s Cup later this month.
Warrix have unveiled three player kits- blue, red and white, plus two other goalkeeper uniforms.
The replica versions of the jersey to be sold in Thailand will be reversible, as can be seen in the pics below.
Warrix have dubbed this strip to be “Changsuek the Genesis”, representing a new generation of footballers.
The four team King’s Cup tournament in Bangkok will also have Gabon, Slovakia and the United Arab Emirates apart from the hosts. Continue reading
This is what appears to be the new Scotland away kit 2018, Scotland’s new change strip for the 2018-2019 international season. Made by Adidas, the new shirt has not been officially released but is very likely to be the real deal.
Alex McLeish’s men will wear a yellow strip on their travels in the forthcoming season. They narrowly missed out on qualification for the 2018 World Cup, finishing third in their group behind England and Slovakia. Continue reading
This is the new Ireland away football shirt 2017, the Irish national team’s new alternate strip for the 2017/2018 footy season. Made by New Balance, the new away uniform was officially unveiled on August 13, 2017. NB had revealed the home shirt earlier this month- the first to be made by them as part of a new deal inked with the FAI.
The predominantly white jersey features a polo collar and a tonal jacquard hoop design. Dark green shorts and predominantly white socks (with Eire written on them) complete the look of the new Irish away soccer jersey.
The new away kit will officially go on sale from August 24 onwards. Continue reading
This is the new Ireland home jersey 2017/18, the Republic of Ireland’s new principal strip for the upcoming international season. This is the first kit for the Republic by Boston, MA based New Balance, who replace Umbro as uniform partners. Umbro’s partnership with the FAI dates back to 1994, when they replaced Adidas.
However both Umbro and New Balance have the same distributor in Ireland- TopLion, and this switch is apparently a strategic decision on the latter’s part. TopLion’s contract with the FAI expires in 2020. Continue reading
This is the new United States Gold Cup kit 2017, a special edition strip to be worn by the USMNT for their upcoming Gold Cup campaign. Made by Nike, the jersey made its debut when the United States took on Ghana in their only major warm up ahead of the tournament in Connecticut. The MNT prevailed 2-1 against the Black Stars, with Dom Dwyer scoring on debut. Continue reading
It’s been 25 years since Denmark staged a stunning triumph to lift Euro 1992. The Danes didn’t originally even qualify for the event and only played because Yugoslavia were banned from the tournament. They beat Germany in the final, and tonight the Danes will again square off against Die Mannschaft in an international friendly.
Kit partners Hummel have created a special that jersey that pays tribute to their European win Continue reading