Several nations have released their 2022 World Cup jerseys. While most have been designed with the aim of catching the attention of fans, others have gone for a more subtle approach. Some have also been inspired by their country’s history and culture. Some have resorted to using the same colour scheme for their kits as the rest of the competition. Others have chosen to use a different colour scheme in order to stand out.
The home uniform for Germany features a red base colour, with a black stripe down the middle and gold accents. The cuffs of the shirt are tricolor, with a yellow star on each side. This design is similar to the one Germany wore when they played in the final of the Euro 2008 competition. It has a central alignment that looks more like a running bib than the typical stripes seen on other jerseys.
Spain’s home kit features a dark red shade with red trimmings. The shirt also features a silver badge on the sleeve. The team’s official federation mark appears on the left shirt. The jersey also features black details and a German flag incorporated into the side stripe. The shirt was developed by Puma.
Morocco’s home design is based on a 1998 shirt. The design has been streamlined to make it more appropriate for the 2022 tournament. The shirt is also missing the polo collar, which is common for Puma’s “frame” designs. The shirt’s front features a round Arabic-art inspired pattern. The back is more simple, with only a single white button and the country’s flag printed on the shirt.
Uruguay’s home kit features a celeste blue base colour, with white sleeves and a white collar. The shirt also features a thick black stripe down the middle, with a metallic gold crest. The cuffs of the shirt have mesh details. This is an attractive design, which will make Uruguay a tough opponent in the group stage. The shirt is also a softer design than the other South American teams in the tournament.
The away shirt for Brazil is a jaguar-print design. The cuffs of the jersey feature the nation’s flag. The colours of the flag pop against the white base, making the jersey a unique option for a team that could be considered more ‘traditional’.
Belgium’s home kit features a flame pattern on the sleeves. The kit is also emblazoned with the name of Guy Fieri and Guy Fieri’s logo. It features a multi-coloured accent that is not as successful as the cuffs on the white shirt. The shirt also features a small lion head on the right shirt.
The home kit for Poland is a light grey design on the shoulders. The home kits for Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, France and Belgium are all more colorful than usual. In addition, Qatar’s home kit will be worn by Boulem Khoukhi. The World Cup mascot, La’eeb, was also revealed on April 1. It is expected to appear at FIFA fan festivals.