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Home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

Mon 26 September 2022 | 20:29

Who is excited for yet another thrilling World Cup? Whose home kits are you planning on buying throughout the competition? Follow us below as we take a look at the home kits released for the Qatar World Cup.

The 2018 World Cup in Russia ended in a flash and we are now about to witness the 2022 World Cup unravel in front of our own eyes. Everyone is certainly excited for the upcoming tournament as even those who are not football enthusiasts tend to watch their nations just for the sake of supporting their countries. While many are debating which national team is going to prevail in the end, there are many others who are speculating about the designs that we are going to see on the

home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

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Surely you too are eager to find out more about these brilliant designs and the inspiration behind these home kits. So read on as we provide all the details you need to know about the latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 World Cup.

Home kits released for the Qatar World Cup

From Germany all the way to Argentina, many nations have already unveiled their home kits for the upcoming tournament and we are certainly excited to keep you updated on all the new details released by these nations. So without further ado, here is everything you need to know about the home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

Spain

There was a time not so long ago when Europe and the whole world of football was conquered by

Spain

during Iniesta and Xavi’s golden age. The Spaniards managed to win the 2010 World Cup, two years after beating Germany in Euro 2008 and two years before winning their 14th European Championship in 2012. Since then, Spain’s home kit has been one of the most sought-after designs in the world thanks to how popular they have become.

According to the latest news on

home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

, Spain’s new home kit will once again be designed by Adidas, who certainly know how to design a classic shirt for a well-respected national team. The all-red Spanish home kit is as classic as it gets with the traditional Adidas stripes on the shoulders. The entire surface of the home kit is red and only a couple of details can be seen in blue and yellow.

While the shoulder stripes come in blue, the Adidas logo on the front of the shirt comes in yellow, which complements the Spanish crest on the left side of the chest area. The collar also features both of these colors encased between two lines of blue. The dominant red and yellow colors obviously represent the Spanish flag in the simplest way possible and Spaniards could not be any happier with the simple design.

Brazil

As the nation with the most World Cups in their trophy cabinet, Brazil are without a doubt one of the favorites to lift the trophy at the end of the tournament every four years. The Brazilians are in love with football and their football kits are almost always designed to represent their deep love for the sport. The iconic yellow of the nation is reminiscent of their golden age in the early 2000s, during which the likes of Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Kaka, Cafu and many others used to play.

Brazil

’s home jersey is one of the latest

home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

and it could not get any more classic and simple than what Nike have designed for the tournament. The all-yellow base of the shirt is complemented with light-blue, navy, purple and green accent colors around the chest area, the collar and the sleeves.

The cuffs feature green and purple hoops to match the collar and the same colors could be seen in the Brazilian crest on the chest area. As one of the latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 World Cup, Brazil’s home shirt also features a subtle debossed jaguar pattern on the surface of the shirt, including the back and the sleeves.

Japan

Japanese kids and many kids around the world grow up watching the Captain Tsubasa manga series, dreaming of one day being as stylish and legendary as Captain Tsubasa himself. That is why many are familiar with the Japanese football culture and are looking for more news on the

home kits released for the Qatar World Cup

to see what the Japanese national team are going to wear for the upcoming tournament. Japan’s home shirt is predominantly blue and includes a modern graphic pattern.

The pattern is made up of lines that create the image of a flock of origami cranes, which is inspired by the nation’s federation badge. The classic Adidas stripes come in white on both the shoulders and the chest area. While Japan are less likely to lift the World Cup, they are always one of the more beloved nations in the tournament and we can’t wait to finally see them grace the pitch wearing their new kits.

USA

Football, or “soccer” as they call it in the United States, has seen numerous improvements in the North American region as we now see dozens of world-class footballers who were born and raised in the United States of America. USMNT’s first kit is one of the latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup and it could not get any simpler than this. The new home kit is basically a white T-shirt with only a couple of small details here and there. While Adidas tend to keep it classic for home shirts, Nike are known for their bold and daring designs, which often challenges the minds of football enthusiasts and their tastes in football shirts.

USA

’s home kit is an all-white shirt which includes the colors blue and bright red on the sleeves, while also including two shapes under the collar on both the front and the back of the shirt. With the federation’s badge being showcased right on the center of the chest area, there is no other noteworthy detail to talk about.

It is certainly a daring design as not many would consider it sufficient enough for a national team. We will have to wait and see how far the USA goes in the tournament and how lucky their new kit is going to be for the whole nation.

Senegal

Next on the list of

latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 World Cup

is Puma’s design for

Senegal

. African nations are known for their delightfully colorful football kits and Senegal’s new home kit has definitely kept the tradition alive. The base of the shirt is all green and there is a straight stripe going from the top of the shirt to its bottom. The stripe comes in a darker green color, which sets it apart from the rest of the shirt.

There is a trademark golden box on the center of the shirt, which is filled with details such as the nation’s flag, the federation badge and the nation’s nickname. As one of the home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, many might be looking forward to purchasing a Senegal home kit just for the sake of it thanks to how colorful the design is. African nations are usually the dark horses of the tournament and we shall see how things pan out for Senegal in the World Cup this time around.

Germany

Germany

have always been an integral part of the World Cup history thanks to their incredible and machine-like style of play. With that in mind, many were eager to find out more about the news on home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup in order to see what the Germans are going to wear for the tournament. Adidas truly know how to create a classic shirt and they have not disappointed this time either.

The all-white base of the shirt is complemented with a thick vertical black stripe in the middle. There are three hoops on the collar, which come in yellow, red and black and obviously represent the German flag. There are also golden details on the front of the shirt, which include the Adidas logo and the federation badge, which adds to the class that the shirt itself actually represents.

As one of the latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, Adidas’ design for Germany will definitely be one of the more sought-after shirts in the upcoming tournament. Will Germany be able to once again conquer the world by lifting the World Cup just like they did last time in 2014?

Netherlands

The Flying Dutchmen could not wear a more orange shirt than what Nike has designed for them this time. Of course the orange used for one of the latest home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup is a rather different shade of orange than what they are used to. The bright orange color is used for the whole kit and there are only a small number of details visible on the front of the shirt.

There is a rather daring graphic design visible all across the shirt, which is said to be inspired by the fur of a lion. With the Dutchmen being known as lions just like their English counterparts, Nike believe that their design represents the mane of a lion while also being representative of the Total Football tactical system that first emerged from the Netherlands.

Will this year be the year that Netherlands finally get to lift the trophy they have tried so many times to get their hands on? The Dutchmen have never been able to win the World Cup and they have only managed to become runners-up on three different occasions.

Croatia

Next up on the list of home kits unveiled for the 2022 Qatar World Cup is Croatia’s home shirt designed by Nike. The classic checkered design is back once again, but it has seen several changes this time around. The regular old checkers can be seen on the sleeves and the shoulders, but their numbers diminish as they get closer to the center of the shirt, where there is nothing but a blue Nike Swoosh and the Croatian football federation badge.

The whole design seems a bit odd in general, but the nation’s supporters are certainly excited to get their hands on the all-new home kit for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. This is perhaps going to be the last time we see Luka Modric in the World Cup and the legendary midfielder’s fans are without a doubt going to savor every moment he graces the pitch in the tournament.

Argentina

Argentina

have been as crucial of a part in World Cup history as Brazil and Germany. Argentinian footballers have always been a pain in the neck of other nations with their skills and agility. That is why many will be looking forward to purchasing the nation’s new home kit for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Adidas have attempted to keep the traditions alive by introducing three blue vertical stripes on an all-white surface. These stripes are obviously representative of the nation’s flag, which is complemented with a subtle pattern.

The shoulder stripes and the Adidas logo both appear in black and we get to see a modern touch on the back as well. There are two thinner sky-blue stripes on the back, which are encased between two thicker stripes. One can also see the Sol de Mayo, the national emblem of Argentina on the back of the shirt under the collar, which acts as the final touch on the Argentinian home kit

Belgium

 

The Belgian Red Devils have perhaps received one of the poorer designs for the World Cup ahead and many agree with this statement. While Belgium are one of the favorites to lift the trophy at the end of the tournament, they certainly are not motivated by what Adidas have designed for them to wear as their home kit. Adidas usually tend to keep it simple and classic for home kits and it is quite baffling to see how they suddenly decided to stray off-topic by putting low-quality and blurry flames on the sleeves of their new design.

This particular detail reminds many of customized low-riders that feature the same flames on the sides. The all-red base of the shirt is only complemented with black details here and there and there is nothing else left to say about Belgium’s home kit for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

England

“It’s Coming Home”, the phrase that we have heard so many times in recent years as England supporters have chanted across the globe in support of the Three Lions. While millions of people would like to purchase and don England’s home kit for the upcoming World Cup, Nike have somehow disappointed the nation’s supporters with a rather soulless design.

The base of the new shirt is all white and different shades of blue can be seen on both the shoulders and the sleeves. The color palette on the shoulders slowly fades as it reaches the sleeves and that is the only noteworthy detail about the new design. With the poor performances that England have had in the Nations League under Gareth Southgate, hopes for the nation are not that high. Of course anything can happen in the World Cup and that is the beauty of football.

Qatar

The hosts have already spent an overwhelming amount of money to finally host the World Cup. They have even managed to postpone the traditional date of the tournament in order to avoid having to host games in the heat of the summer. That is why they have had to splash the cash to get sleek designs for their home and away kits for the upcoming tournament. The Qatar home kit, designed by Nike, is quite simple yet elegant.

The all-red base of the shirt continues its dominance all over the shoulders and the sleeves. There are, however, triangular patterns at the tip of the sleeves, which are an obvious nod to the nation’s flag with their white color. The Qatar Football Association badge is also present on the chest area, which is the only noteworthy detail aside from the white Nike Swoosh that appears under the crest.

Even though the design is too simple for many out there, it has still managed to catch the eyes with its pleasing color palette and the design that does not try to overdo anything for simply attracting the attention of the viewer.

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