This is the new Northern Ireland away kit 2020/21, NI’s new alternate strip for international games in 2020 and the upcoming 20/21 season. Made by Adidas, the new NI away jersey was officially unveiled on 16 March, 2020.
The jersey is predominantly white with a navy collar and mint trim on the sleeves. It will be paired with navy shorts with mint detailing on the sides and mint socks with navy trim.
Northern Ireland finished third in their Euro qualifying group behind Germany and the Netherlands, which earned them a playoff tie away against Bosnia. The winner of that playoff will square off against the winner of the other playoff semi-final (Slovakia vs Republic of Ireland), which could potentially mean a NI vs ROI final in Belfast. Continue reading
This is the new Scotland away kit, the Scottish national team’s new change strip for the upcoming 20/21 and 21/22 seasons. Made by Adidas, the new Scotland alternate shirt was officially unveiled on 10 March, 2020 and will be worn for the first time tonight by the Scotland women’s team as they take on Northern Ireland in the Pinatar Cup.
The kit features a light blue top paired with predominantly white shorts and socks. This uniform could also serve as Scotland’s Euro 2020 alternate jersey if they come through the playoffs to take their spot in the main tournament. The goalkeeper kit will be orange in colour.
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay and Man City star Caroline Weir are here seen modelling the new kit Continue reading
Trinidad and Tobago will have a new kit sponsor after the national federation inked a four year deal with Avec Sport to become the Soca Warriors’ new uniform partners. The contract, which comes into effect on 1st June, 2020 is also Avec’s first ever international deal and is worth $25m Trinidad and Tobago Dollars (TT$25m, around $3.7m USD) over four years.
T&T were the smallest nation to take part at a World Cup before Iceland broke their record two years ago. They competed at the 2019 Gold Cup but finished last in their group, losing to Panama (0-2) and the United States (0-6) and drawing with Guyana (1-)
These are the new Morocco shirts 2019, the new uniforms for the Moroccan national football team for the upcoming 19/20 season. Made by Puma, with whom the FRMF recently signed a multi-year contract (replacing Adidas), the kits were officially unveiled on 9 October, 2019 in the city of Casablanca.
The Atlas Lions had a mixed AFCON last year- they finished with a 100% record in the group, brushing aside Ivory Coast, South Africa and Namibia, but were knocked in the last eight on penalties by Benin, who had qualified as one of the best placed third teams.
The kits (one red and the other green) appear to be pretty standard templates from Puma, as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading