Among the 32 teams that will be participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, you can find some interesting looking kits. Some teams will be wearing kits that are not only eye catching but also functional. While most teams will wear the traditional blue and yellow home kit, there are also some newer designs that you may not have seen before. Here are five of the most notable kits to be seen at the World Cup.
One of the most eye-catching designs is the UAE’s away kit. The shirt has a subtle yet striking design that pays tribute to the country’s flag and coastline. The design features a nebulous, swirling geometric pattern. The design is inspired by the country’s coastline and evokes sandstorms.
Another snazzy shirt is Ecuador’s away kit. Its color scheme is a beautiful yellow with subtle blue and red trim. The design features a circular pattern that nods to the country’s pearl-diving coasts. The shirt also has a small tricolor flag emblem on the chest.
Spain’s new home and away kits are a departure from the team’s traditional red and white look. The team has a retro, yet futuristic design. The kit features a white, red and blue color scheme and the team’s emblem is printed on the front of the shirt. The home kit also features a nifty ‘tiger stripes’ pattern on the shoulders.
In addition to the new kits, some teams are also naming their squads for the tournament. In addition, the ‘W’ in FIFA’s World Cup mascot isn’t actually a stingray. In fact, it’s not even a ghost.
Germany has reimagined its classic look. The home shirt features a small black stripe on the center of the shirt, which is a reference to the first Germany jersey of 1908. The ‘tiger stripes’ are an homage to Germany’s national animal. The shirt also features a metallic gold crest that is reminiscent of the one worn by the Germans during the Euro 2008 final.
Brazil will not be the only South American team to wear the yellow home kit. Argentina will also wear the yellow jersey, but it’s actually the most eye-catching design on the team’s uniforms. The shirt features a bold and eye-catching design that pays tribute to the team’s flag. The kit also features flame designs that symbolize the sun on the team’s flag.
France’s home kit has a sleek, silky look. The shirt features a striped pattern on the front and a gold eagle logo on the back. The home kit also features a small ‘flame’ design on the sleeves. This is the first time that a team has had a small emblem on its kit since the United States did so during the 1970 World Cup.
Belgium’s away kit is a fanciful affair. The shirt features a multi-colored chevron design on the chest. The shirt also features a colorful ‘flame’ design on the sleeves. The shirt is also very similar to the one worn by Belgium’s other national team, France.