With World Cup 2022 now only two months away, kit suppliers have been flurrying to get all 32 nations decked out in time for Qatar. Here’s the ones released so far…
Puma say fast meets ferocious in the new Senegal Away kit. The national flag, federation emblem, and “Les Lions” lettering take centre stage, alongside an abstract graphic of a lion’s mouth to celebrate the bravery and intensity shown by the Lions of Teranga, Africa’s reigning champions.
Iran have yet to announce their kits for the World Cup.
Kit manufacturer Hummel said it does not want its branding to be visible during the World Cup in Qatar because of the country’s human rights record.
In a statement marking the release of Denmark’s strip for the tournament, which has been produced by Hummel, the company said it has “toned down” its logo and “iconic chevrons” as “we don’t wish to be visible during a tournament that has cost thousands of people their lives.”
Tunisia have yet to announce their kits for the World Cup.
Supplier: New Balance
The nation and the national team are “one”, according to Puma, in the Ivory Coast away shirt. The graphics at the centre of the kit combine the national flag, federation emblem, and the team nickname “Les Éléphants,” paying tribute to Côte d’Ivoire’s national animal.
Serbia’s away shirt features gold accents and bespoke front panel graphics to celebrate the country’s footballing heritage. Central to the crest is a stylised reference to the coat of arms found at the Prince Mihailo Monument in Belgrade. Established in 1882, at the founding of the kingdom of Serbia, the coat of arms is incorporated into the crest to unite the team and the fans, say Puma.
The off-white Switzerland Away jersey is lit up by red graphics and accents that pay tribute to the national flag, federation emblem, and everything they stand for, according to Puma.
Supplier: Le Coq Sportif
Cameroon have yet to announce their kits for the World Cup.
The block graphic at the centre of Ghana’s away kit reinterprets the national flag through the visual language of traditional Ghanaian textile patterns, Puma say. The “Ghana” lettering, federation emblem, and the Black Star of Ghana complete the statement.
Puma say Uruguay’s away kit looks to the federation emblem and the national flag for a fresh and fearless take on the national team identity. The country flag and the “Uruguay” script work alongside the centrally aligned crest.
South Korea have yet to announce their kits for the World Cup.