With a World Cup comes fresh new kits.
Adidas produce the kits for all seven nations.
Let’s take a look, shall we?
Argentina’s home kit features the classic blue-and-white stripes and is based on their shirt from 1993.
The most exciting design is that of Germany’s new kit.
Adidas have revived the iconic pattern used for their triumphant 1990 squad and worn by football hipsters ever since.
Mexico have opted for their 1994 World Cup design, with Russia styling theirs on the 1988 jersey.
Meanwhile, 2010 champions Spain have opted for a blend of classic and modern.
And Belgium are hoping a completely new look will help them achieve world glory.
Their new design, which has already received criticism from fans, has a centred crest inside a black design.
Cheers to Footy Headlines for once again tailoring to our impatient nature.
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