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Seven World Cup Uniform Kits Unveiled 2

  • Posted by: Dante A. Ciampaglia
  • November 15, 2013, 6:38 PM


argentina messi world cup uniform

We're about seven months from the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the field of competition is still being set. But while national teams continue to battle for a spot in the biggest football tournament in the world, fans are starting to get a look at what their heroes will wear on the pitch.

Earlier this week, adidas unveiled the World Cup uniforms sets for NUMBER countries: Argentina, Colombia, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Russia, and Spain. According to adidas, the uniforms were designed by talking to young people and next-generations players and asked them what it was about their countries that made them proud. Designers incorporated some of the responses (like Russia's Cold War-era cosmonaut program and the art of Mexico) into the kits. But there's more going on in the jerseys than just national pride. They were made using adidas' adizero technology, which gives players a better fit and makes the jerseys the lightest the company has ever made.

Let's take a closer look at the uniforms. (That's Messi and Lavezzi hanging out in their WC kits at the top of this post. The jerseys represent the half-and-half Argentinean flag, which is a symbol of the country's independence.)

Russia

russia world cup uniform

Japan and Colombia

japan colombia world cup uniforms

Mexico

mexico world cup uniforms

Germany

germany world cup uniforms

Spain

spain world cup uniform


What do you think of these World Cup uniforms? Do you have a favorite? Let us know in the comments section below!

Photos courtesy adidas

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2 Comments

I'm ready for FIFA World Cup 2014. I got my jersey!

the usa will make a run i predict argentina vs usa and holland vs italy italy vs argentina for the world cup final

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