These are the new Mauritania football shirts 2019/20, the Mauritanian national football team’s new home and away jerseys for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations and other international fixtures during the 19/20 season. The new kits have been made by Moroccan company AB Sport, with whom the country’s football federation have inked a two season deal (2019-2021), and were officially unveiled on May 20, 2019.
Mauritania will be making their first ever AFCON appearance this summer in Egypt. They are in Group E for CAN 2019, alongside Tunisia, Mali and Angola. The green jersey below is Mauritania’s new AFCON home shirt, with white serving as the alternate, as can be seen in the pictures below. Continue reading
These are the new DR Congo kits 19/20, the Democratic Republic of Congo’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations and other international fixtures during the 2019-20 season. Made by O’Neills, the new RDC AFCON jerseys were officially unveiled on 18 May, 2019.
Both home and away (white) shirts feature a leopard design on them- the nickname of the DR Congo national football team.
With players like Arthur Masuaku, Youssouf Mulumbu, Yannick Bolasie and Jacques Maghoma available at their disposal, DR Congo will fancy their chances at AFCON 2019. They’re in Group A alongside Egypt, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Continue reading
These are the new Zimbabwe kits 2019/20, the Warriors’ new home and alternate jerseys for the 2019 African Cup of Nations and other international fixtures during the upcoming season. Made by Umbro, the new Zimbabwe AFCON uniforms were officially unveiled on May 16, 2019.
The kits appear to be pretty simple creations from Umbro, and also have the double diamond on the cuffs- a prominent feature of Umbro’s creations last year.
Zimbabwe are in Group A for CAN 2019 alongside Egypt, DR Congo and Uganda and will play the tournament opener against the hosts on 21 June in Cairo. Continue reading
The eighth edition of the Women’s World Cup kicks off later this summer in France, who will become the fourth nation to host both the mens’s and women’s World Cups. Many manufacturers have released special new jerseys for the participating teams. Here, we take a look at the kits for USA, Germany and England, who are also currently first, second and third in the FIFA rankings.
United States Kits (by Nike)
The USWNT home kit takes inspiration from the uniform worn by the likes of Mia Hamm and Brandi Chastain two decades ago when they won the 1999 World Cup. It also features the names of the 50 states that make up the country on the back.
The alternate jersey is an all-red creation from the Adidas stable. Continue reading
Cameroon will wear Le Coq Sportif jerseys at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations after the Indomitable Lions announced that the French firm will replace Puma as their new kit partner. The deal brings to an end Puma’s two decade long association with Cameroon (began back in 1997). Le Coq Sportif currently outfit clubs like Fiorentina and Saint-Etienne- Cameroon will be the first major football nation in their portfolio.
Le Coq Sportif have made uniforms for Cameroon in the past- most notably in the early 1980’s (they wore LCS at the 1982 World Cup).
Cameroon are in Group F for CAN 2019 alongside Ghana, Benin and Guinea-Bissau.
These are the new Brazil kits 2019, Brazil’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Copa America tournament. 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the country’s famous 1919 Copa triumph, and they’ve gone for a retro look by releasing a white alternate strip (white was the colour worn by the Selecao when they won the 1919 tournament).
Brazil are the hosts for the tournament and will kick off their campaign against Bolivia on June 14. The other teams in their group include Venezuela and Peru.
The retro version didn’t just extend to the kits, but to some other aspects of the launch as well.- look at the pic which sees Philippe Coutinho has modelling the home kit!
These are the new India football kits 2019, the new home and alternate uniforms for the Indian national football team. The new India football jerseys have been made by local company Six5Six, ending the country’s previous association with Nike (dating back to 2006). The new Six5Six Indian football shirts will be worn by the Blue Tigers at the upcoming AFC Asian Cup, and will debut when they take on Oman in a friendly later this month.
The jerseys will apparently be priced cheaper than the Nike ones in order to make them more affordable to football fans in the country Continue reading