Argentina’s home kit for the 2022 World Cup, designed by adidas, takes inspiration from the nation’s historic winning ways. The shirt features stripes across the top in the country’s traditional white and baby blue colour scheme and navy blue accents throughout, including the classic three-stripe stamp on the garment.
Argentina – Away kit
Argentina have been given a vibrant purple away kit inspired by the quest for an equal world. The lavender colourway represents the fight for gender equality, combined with a fiery graphic in reference to the national flag’s famous Sun of May
Australia – Home kit
The Socceroos are preparing to grace their fifth successive World Cup finals and will be hoping to make it out of the group stage for just the second time in their history. That quest will be taken on while donning a home kit that stays loyal to a University Gold, Tour Yellow and Green Noise theme while paying homage to the country’s sandy landscape and forests.
Australia – Away kit
Simple is often best, and Australia are not looking for anything too fancy from their change strip. The design from Nike is predominantly dark blue, but does feature Green Glow accents on the collar, cuffs and logos that offer a nod towards the nation’s marine life and reefs.
Belgium – Home kit
Belgium stick with tradition when favouring a red torso and black ragan sleeves, but they very much break the mould when it comes to flames running up the arms. The graphics have a slightly digitalised look, while the nation’s badge is given a shiny gold finish.
Belgium – Away kit
An impressive change strip is inspired by the adidas x Belgian FA x Tomorrowland “LOVE” capsule collection. The deign features vibrant multicoloured trim, with the Belgian FA badge brightened up, while light grey sleeves break up a white base and the word ‘LOVE’ is printed on the back of the jersey
Brazil – Home kit
Yellow shirts, blue shorts and white socks – you know what you are getting with Brazil. Twists can be put on an old classic, though, and the Selecao have worked a subtle debossed jaguar patten into their latest design. There is also beautiful button detailing on the colour that resembles the nation’s flag.
Brazil – Away kit
Brazil favour a stylish blue base in their 2022 away strip, with light green accents featuring on the sleeves and Nike swoosh. The official colours are paramount blue/dynamic yellow/green spark, with the five-time World Cup winners always looking to stand out from the crowd.
Cameroon have severed ties with Le Coq Sportif and will be working with One All Sports on their World Cup kits.
Canada – Home kit
Canada are the only side at the 2022 World Cup that will not be releasing a new set of kits ahead of a global showpiece in the Middle East. Instead, a country readying itself for a first outing at FIFA’s flagship event since 1986 will be sticking with the shirts donned during a successful qualification campaign.
Canada – Away kit
With Canada favouring red in their home kit, they switch to white in their change strip as the colours of the nation’s flag shine through. Clean and simple designs are accentuated by the nation’s soccer crest, which features a striking maple leaf – the country’s most recognised symbol.
Costa Rica are once again working with New Balance when it comes to their World Cup kits, with an official unveiling set to drop soon
Croatia – Home kit
There is only so much you can do with red and white checkers, but Nike and Croatia have come up with a fresh take on an iconic design. There is more clear space on the front of the jersey, with familiar blocks closely packed on the arms. The two main colours of the jersey are combined with Battle Blue accents.
Croatia – Away kit
Navy has been the away colour of choice for Croatia of late, and they tread a similar path in 2022 as “Blackened Blue” is offset by University Red. Much like the home design, a unique approach is taken when it comes to on-shirt graphics as blurred checkers fade in and out around the left shoulder.
Denmark will, in partnership with Hummel, release their World Cup kits on September 19.
Ecuador – Home kit
Ecuador have a new national badge to adorn their World Cup 2022 shirts from Marathon. The home design boasts a vibrant yellow base with blue and red accents. Flag detail is present on the sleeve cuffs, a subtle zig-zag pattern runs across the front and a map of the country sits on the upper back.
Ecuador – Away kit
Ecuador’s change strip is mainly navy blue with a light blue geometric patten on the front. White trim is included on the collar and cuffs, with the country’s flag incorporated once again, while the nation’s badge is recoloured into silver.
France – Home kit
A stylish look for the reigning champions, with holders France stepping out in a dark blue shirt with golden touches. The colour scheme is Midnight Navy, with a classy collar featuring a subtle button at the front. An oak leaf pattern can be found on the sleeve, cuffs and collar – which represents strength, solidarity and peace – while the nation’s flag is also worked into the arms.
France – Away kit
White and Game Royal are the colours favoured by the 2018 World Cup winners in their change strip, which boasts a remarkable graphic print throughout. Taking inspiration from the traditional Toile de Jouy fabric, woven into the jersey are iconic moments and landmarks associated with France – including the Arc de Triomphe, a cockerel and Clairefontaine.
Germany – Home kit
Germany’s 2022 shirt features a bold vertical black stripe which pays tribute to the nations’s very first shirt. It elevates the kit for a modern era with a clean aesthetic and gold detailing on the club badge and adidas logo, which sit at the centre of the shirt. The national flag colours on the collar tie up the sleek look.
Germany – Away kit
The Germany away kit comes in a bold cherry red and black colourway, both colours lent from the national flag. A neat little design feature is added in the form of a blurred ‘D’ of Deutschland in an all-over pattern to represent the dynamic football played by the squad.
Ghana – Home kit
The Black Stars have reverted back to a slick, minimalist design for their World Cup campaign. Having favoured all-over geometric patterns with their last home shirt, Ghana will be in plain white once again in 2022 – with red, yellow and green cuffs, along with a traditional star in the centre of the chest, adding a touch of colour.
Ghana – Away kit
A striking new look will, in association with Puma, be donned by Ghana when they revert to their change strip at the 2022 World Cup. The design is mainly red but has a darker vertical strip running down it’s centre. Within that is a yellow box that will house squad numbers and the black star of the country’s crest
Iran worked with local brand Majid to unveil home and away kits in January, with there no word as yet on whether there will be new designs for the World Cup finals.
Japan – Home kit
Origami and the art of self-expression are at the heart of Japan’s World Cup kits. The glitched graphic design is inspired by the three-legged crow to represent speed and the art of Origami. It comes in a traditional electric blue and white colourway.
Japan – Away kit
Japan’s away kit represents the free-flowing playing style adopted by the Japanese squad. The white shirt has colourful origami shapes in shades of red and blue across the sleeves and shoulders of the shirt to add a pop of vibrancy to an otherwise classic shirt.
Mexico – Home kit
Mexico make a welcome return to their tried and tested for 2022. The zig-zag design, made up of intricate lines, represents the feathered headdress of the Aztec deity Quetzalcoatl. It’s also a welcome return to the traditional green home kit after the team went with a black and pink palette for last year’s design.
Mexico – Away kit
Adidas pay tribute to the ancient civilisations rooted in Mexican history to summon the team’s fighting spirit for the away shirt. Five special symbols make up the intricate graphic all-over print in red, which pops up nicely against the white shirt. The inside of the collar features Quetzalcoat’s serpent body, which is a representation of humankind’s physical abilities.
Morocco – Home kit
A block of red offers a nod towards the country’s flag, with splashes of green and white incorporated on the chest. Puma has also added a green tint to the neck and cuffs, while ‘Morocco’ is printed in Arabic on the jersey’s nape.
Morocco – Away kit
A clean white base design is set off slightly by a light grey central stripe, while Puma’s logo and the country’s national emblem take on different shades of green. A circular geometric patten that adorns the centre of the jersey has become standard practice for Puma in their away kit designs.
Netherlands – Home kit
The ‘Oranje’ are back in a different shade of orange to that which has been used in more recent times, with a Laser Orange palette conjuring up memories of 1998 European Championship winners. A slightly darker shade is used for an all-over graphic that is inspired by the fur of a lion.
Netherlands – Away kit
While the Netherlands home went bold with their home shirt, an away offering from Nike is more business-like. Deep Royal is the colour of choice, with the Dutch favouring a blue change strip for the first time since 2016 – with a design that features Habanero Red accents boasting a striking resemblance to the nation’s away kit from 2000.
Poland – Home kit
Poland will be looking to talismanic frontman Robert Lewandowski for inspiration at the 2022 World Cup, as the Barcelona striker prepares to skipper his country into another major tournament. He will be donning a fresh, white home design from Nike that features red logos and a subtle striped graphic on the shoulders and sleeves that depict the nest and feathers of a white eagle.
Poland – Away kit
Another clean design from Nike sees Poland keep things simple with their change strip. Touches of white are delivered in the collar, cuffs and logos as a solid block of deep red is favoured as the base colour. The nation’s badge remains the same on both home and away kits.
Portugal – Home kit
For the very first time, Portugal have gone with a half-and-half design in their 2022 home kit as the Pepper Red and Gorge Green which make up the country’s flag are given equal billing. Golden logos remain in place, with Nike celebrating 25 years as the nation’s kit supplier.
Portugal – Away kit
An off-white option is favoured by Portugal in their change kit, with red and green featuring once again in a central block that wraps around the front of the jersey. On the back, there is a dark blue panel at the top which sits just above a golden symbol.
Qatar – Home kit
The hosts are looking to keep things simple when it comes to kit designs for a World Cup that will see them make history in the Middle East. The home nation will, as is customary, be wearing a Desert Maroon kit that features centralised logos and cuff detail that is inspired by the country’s flag.
Qatar – Away kit
Qatar’s away shirt is laid out slightly differently to their home strip, with the nation’s badge and Nike swoosh moved out of the centre and into more familiar positions. The kit itself combines gold, beige and white in a unique design that is dominated by an overlaid circular patten that nods towards the country’s pearl-diving coasts and sandstorms swirling in the sun.
Saudi Arabia – Home kit
Much like many other countries, Saudi Arabia look to their national flag for inspiration when piecing together kit designs. Green and white is the colourway of choice, with a home offering for 2022 including a palm leaf pattern.Nike
Saudi Arabia – Away kit
The Saudi change strip also features an all-over leaf print that builds on concepts that were first introduced into national team jerseys in 2018 and 2020. The tonal pattern blends dark and light green, with flashes of white to be found in the logos and badges
Senegal – Home kit
The current holders of a prestigious Africa Cup of Nations crown have looked to the history books for inspiration when it comes to their latest World Cup offering. Having famously opened the tournament back in 2002 with victory over reigning champions France, Senegal are hoping to produce more heroics some 20 years on.
Senegal – Away kit
Senegal’s change strip follows a familiar theme when it comes to away offerings from Puma for the 2022 World Cup. While being predominately green, there are flashes of red and yellow on the collar and sleeve, while the logo of the country’s football association and their ‘Les Lions de la Teranga’ nickname feature inside a centralised number box.
Serbia – Home kit
A slick offering from Serbia sees them stick with a red theme that has suppliers Puma adding some stylish gold trim. The design is based on the Ultraweave template, while the nation’s new national team badge also gets a first outing in 2022 with a subtle cross pattern incorporated into the jersey’s front and sleeves
Serbia – Away kit
Puma’s white away kit template with a front box makes another appearance with Serbia, but the gold accents are back which help to tie in with the home jersey. A clean, minimalist design features metallic-gold alongside dark blue numbering, while the federation badge is recoloured in grey, gold and white.
South Korea’s home kit for the 2022 World Cup will be a predominantly red offering that incorporates a devil’s tail into the side panel of the shorts and shirt. The away shirt will feature a multicoloured graphic splashed across the front of the jersey.
Spain – Home kit
Spain’s timeless red colourway for the home kit is spiced up with some unique detailing. The modernised V-neck collar is embellished with the national flag colours and the 2022 kit features a woven version of the updated team badge.
Spain – Away kit
The 1982 World Cup logo, when the nation last hosted the tournament, is the dominating feature of Spain’s away kit. The art-deco style graphic shines in a bubblegum blue colour against the sky blue shirt. adidas’ famous three stripes on either side of the sleeve are given the red and yellow treatment to showcase the colours of the Spanish flag.
Switzerland – Home kit
The Swiss are another side to take inspiration from iconic kits of the past when delivering their 2022 offering from Puma. A V-neck collar boasts white trim alongside striped patterns on the shoulders. There is miniature ‘Suisse’ stitching on the upper back.
Switzerland – Away kit
The halftone gradient that features on the home kit is replicated in the away design, with a white base colour transitioning into a light grey. All of the standard boxes for Puma change strips are ticked, although the Swiss offering does include a red bar that houses the nation’s federation logo.
Tunisia released new kits ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations, but Kappa are expected to deliver another set for the World Cup.
United States – Home kit
The USMNT will be making their own piece of history at the 2022 World Cup, with their latest kit offerings seeing Nike swooshes moved away from the front of jerseys and onto sleeves for the first time in football circles. Such an approach is common in NFL and the Americans are mixing things up in what is an otherwise standard red, white and loyal blue design.
United States – Away kit
The USA’s change strip follows a similar theme to their home jersey, with the nation’s logo placed front and centre. A unique swoosh placement can be found once again, with a predominantly royal blue design offset by a mix of light and dark blue tie dye graphics that celebrate diversity and youth
Uruguay – Home kit
A familiar sky blue base that is accompanied by a white collar and cuffs, while Puma’s logos feature in gold. It is rare to see buttons on collars these days, but Uruguay have one, while four stars above the nation’s crest offer a nod towards the country’s World Cup and Olympic gold medal-winning triumphs of 1924, 1928, 1930 and 1950.
Uruguay – Away kit
Puma has stuck with the same theme for all of its away designs in 2022, with a central box – which will house squad numbers – dropped onto a plain base. Uruguay go with white, with light blue accents added to the mix. There are five faint stripes running down the jersey and the words ‘La Celeste’ below the neckline on the back.
Wales – Home kit
A “fire-breathing” design from adidas takes inspiration from the nation’s flag and the spirit that embodies being Welsh. A daffodil – another national emblem – with the famous ‘Gorau Chwarae Cyd Chwarae’ motto encircling it can be found on the back of a shirt that is made from recycled Primegreen fabric.
Wales – Away kit
The colours of the country’s flag take centre stage once again, with a predominantly white design being mixed with green and red detailing. The kit, which features a droptail hem, is a nod to the past from a nation that is preparing to grace the World Cup finals for the first time since 1958