All World Cup kits will be officially available between the months of May and September. You can find all the info below in this detailed article!
The Kits for the Group A teams for the 2022 World Cup: Qatar, the Netherlands, Senegal and Ecuador
The host country for the 22nd World Cup, Qatar, will be dressed by Nike for the Qatari team’s historic moment.
The two kits will be in the colour of the nation’s flag as they contest their first World Cup. The home kit is burgundy, whereas the second kit will be white.
Even if the first kit is rather simple, the patterns featured on the white kit make it quite original.
The Netherlands 🇳🇱
The Netherlands will wear a classic orange home kit accentuated with a colour very different from their previous kits. In fact, it will be rather a yellow-orange, which people are dubbing “laser orange”. This new kit references the iconic kit worn in their 1988 Euro victory, which remains to this day the Netherlands‘ only international title. The details of the kit will be in more traditional colour, a deeper orange, whereas the logo, the number and the name will be in black.
The main colour of the away kit will be a deep blue. Black will be used for the details and the patterns. The badge will be black and red with a blue border. This kit references those from the 1998 and 2014 World Cups, and the 1992 and 2000 Euros.
Puma has unveiled the home kit of the reigning African champions. As you can see above, the supplier crafted a white kit with a collar in the colours of the national flag and a horizontal strip decorated in green, yellow and red and adorned with the logo of the Senegalese federation.
As for the away kit, it is mainly green on the front with yellow lettering. The collar is also decorated in Senegalese colours. Interestingly, the kit has a large, black vertical strip which gives a unique style to the jersey.
It is Marathon who was responsible for the conception of the Ecuadorian kits for the 2022 World Cup. The first kit represents the history of this South American Country, being, as you might have expected, yellow with few patterns and a black colour, a feature which was not present in their last few competitions.
The Ecuadorians will also have two other kits, one which is completely white and another, more original kit, which is a navy blue. Being in a group with the Netherlands, Qatar and Senegal, they will likely have to use the latter more than once.
Note also that the Ecuadorian Football Federation has changed its logo from the one used in the 2014 World Cup, which is the last time Ecuador competed in the competition.
The Kits for the Group B teams for the 2022 World Cup: England, the United States, Iran and Wales
The new home kit for the 2022 World Cup combines England’s traditional principal colour, white, with sky blue and navy blue, colours which evoke the kit of the Three Lions from the end of the 90s, notably the 1996 Euro which took place on English soil. The kit features a gradient going from white to sky blue and through navy blue.
The away kit’s principal colour will be the relatively classic red, with accents of navy blue and sky blue on the Nike tick, the badge, the number and the name of the players. A deeper blue, almost navy, will also feature in the kit, in the form of a subtle printed graphic. The last time England wore a red kit was in the 2018 World Cup.
The United States 🇺🇸
The home kit of the United States for the 2022 World Cup will combine the traditional colours of the team, white and navy blue. Its originality comes from the positioning of the Nike logo on the sleeves, as is usually the case in American football, and not on the chest alongside the badge.
For the away kit, navy blue will also be used, a colour present in the American away kits of 1992, 2007 and 2015. As with the home kit, the Nike logo will likely be positioned on the sleeve.
Nothing is confirmed yet, but the kits made by Majid and worn by Iran in the 2022 World Cup may look like this:
The home kit, mainly white, might include a wavy green and red graphic on the chest, in reference to the national colours, with a subtle pattern above, on the white.
The away kit is similar but with red as the dominant colour. This means that the graphic will be white and green.
The Dragons will be competing in the final phase of a World Cup for the first time since 1958. For the occasion, Adidas will be responsible for fashioning the kits. Even if there is no real innovation from the traditional Welsh kit, (principally red), the second jersey, white, is unique in that it has a collar decorated with the colours of the Welsh flag, namely, green and red, as well as some red strips which add the finishing touches to the design.
The Kits for the Group B teams for the 2022 World Cup: Argentina, Mexico, Poland and Saudi Arabia
Argentina’s home kit for the 2022 World Cup keeps will of course keep with the traditional colours of the team, with strips of white and sky blue, and will be made by Adidas. Very noticeable is the originality of the collar with the Sol de Mayo, Argentina’s national emblem. The logo, the badge, the number and the names of the players will be in black. The stripes, though traditional on the front, change on the back, with two thinner stripes down the centre and two larger ones at the sides. We know little at the moment about the Argentinian away kit which will combine two shades of violet, one dark and one light, while the detailed pattern will appear in white.
Mexico’s Adidas home kit for the 2022 World Cup will of course be predominantly green, the emblematic colour of the team, with white shorts and red socks. Its principal characteristic rests in the printed graphic on the upper part of the jersey and the sleeves. It is inspired by Quetzalcoatl, the god of the wind in Aztec culture. White and red will be used for details with three stripes on the shoulders, one thin strip on each side of the kit, and the Adidas logo. Previously, since 2018, the home kit had not been green but black.
However, little information has come down to us about the away kit, which could be predominantly white crossed through with dark red details, with deep green shorts and socks that match the colour of the jersey.
For Poland, Nike decided not to modify its traditional colour. So the Polish will be turning up all in white for this World Cup, at least in their home kit. The brand has also prepared a red kit which Robert Lewandowski’s teammates will most definitely be wearing against Argentina and Mexico.
Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦
Also designed by Nike, the two kits of the Saudi Arabian team have seen success in the eyes of footballing amateurs. First of all, the home kit, which is not very surprising in terms of colour, features a pattern that alternates between different shades of green with a collar of the same colour. The second kit is much simpler. It consists of white with a collar of kaki green, a much lighter shade than the collar of the first jersey.
The Kits for the Group D teams for the 2022 World Cup: France, Denmark, Tunisia and Australia
The French will be wearing kits with traditional colours. The first kit will of course be mainly blue with no collar, and the badge and the Nike tick in gold. The second kit will, notably just like in 2018, be white with light blue shorts. Let’s hope for the superstitious that it will bring joy to Didier Deschamps’ team this year.
Produced by the Danish brand Hummel, the two kits of the Danish team present no surprises. The first kit will be red, although we can see that it will be a deeper red than the kit worn in the 2021 Euro. The second kit will be white, in the image of the Danish flag, given that white is an emblematic colour for the squad.
Tunisia had unveiled new kits for the last African Cup of Nations, but it will likely launch yet another set of kits before the World Cup, which we don’t yet have details on. Logically, we should see a predominantly red home kit, and a white away kit.
Australia will be wearing its traditional colours for this World Cup. The first kit will be predominantly yellow with the Nike logo and the badge in green, matching the shorts. For the second kit, the Wallabies will be wearing an original black jersey with a subtle apple-green collar. An original getup will likely please Australian supporters, at the least.
The Kits for the Group E teams for the 2022 World Cup: Spain, Germany, Japan and Costa Rica
Produced by Adidas, the home kit worn by Spain will have red as the base colour and blue as the secondary colour. The last time that blue played an important role in the Spain kit was back in the 90s. Few other details have been released. It is likely that the Adidas logo will be in a shade of gold and that the badge will be navy blue and yellow.
The away kit will mainly consist of a lively light blue. An even lighter blue will likely be used for the different details (logo, badge, number, name). We don’t yet know whether this kit will use a monochrome version of the badge.
Germany’s kit, made by Adidas, will be predominantly white with black and metallic gold, little used up to this point. A touch of red will most definitely be used in a subtle way, as a call-back to the German flag.
On the other side, the away kit will be primarily black with deep brown details and metallic gold, a novel colour combination, even if this new kit looks similar to the one used in the 2010 World cup. The metallic gold will likely be used for the stripes and the Adidas logo.
The Japanese team stuck to something of a classic design for this World Cup, at least for the second kit which will be white, with a black collar and black stripes. Adidas has, however, came up with something more original for the first kit.
Usually navy blue, this first kit will be a slightly lighter blue with white patterns and stripes; an original jersey, completed by some white shorts, which will likely be a success from a marketing standpoint.
Costa Rica 🇨🇷
Last to qualify for the World Cup, Costa Rica have released the kits they will be wearing in Qatar. Again, no surprises here. Red, white and blue will feature heavily in the main kit for the Costa Ricans. The second kit will put more emphasis on the white and the blue, while all the inscriptions will be in red.
The Kits for the Group F teams for the 2022 World Cup: Belgium, Croatia, Morocco and Canada
Made by Adidas, Belgium’s home kit will be a traditional red (the same shade as that worn in the 2018 World Cup) and black.
The away kit will be predominantly white, which will be a change from the yellow and light blue kits of the previous years. The details will most certainly be red, black or yellow, or maybe even entirely monochrome white.
The main Croatian kit, created by Nike, will consist of the traditional scheme of red, white and royal blue (lighter than the blue of previous kits). White will be the principal colour, blue will be used for the details and the checked pattern will be red. The away kit will consist of deep navy blue and red. In recent years, the colours of the away kit have varied between blue, black and deep navy blue.
Morocco will be wearing a predominantly red jersey for its main kit. Green will also feature on the chest, notably with the badge, but also with the Puma badge, which is the supplier for the team. We note also the addition of the white collar, which is a fresh idea compared with the kits of previous years, with green collars.
Created by Nike, the kits of the Canadian team will be classic. A traditional red kit, and another of white, in keeping with the qualifications where the North-American team wore a similar jersey. Let’s hope that that brings them luck in the World Cup at the end of the year.
The Kits for the Group G teams for the 2022 World Cup: Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia and Cameroon
Produced by Nike, Brazil’s home kit will consist of a new, lighter colour pallet. The classic yellow has been abandoned in favour of a livelier, lighter yellow, perhaps “almost neon”. The collar will feature a green and blue band. This colour scheme is a reference to the 2002 World Cup, the last World Cup that Brazil won, just about 20 years ago. The details will be in a light green-turquoise and in blue.
The away kit will consist of black as the base colour, along with a light green. The stars and the term “Brazil” will be in yellow. The sleeves will move down into a black pattern.
Made by Puma, the classic Swisse kit will be predominantly red, bringing some freshness with white details and a white collar. The brand logo will feature on the chest and the inscriptions will also be in white.
Also made by Puma, the Serbian kirs have been leaked. The main kit will, as we might have expected, be primarily red with the collar and sleeves also having a subtle golden touch. As for the second kit, this will be white with the number featured inside a badge with a golden contour.
The Cameroonian kits for the 2022 Qatar World Cup were going to be produced by Le Coq Sportif. But in the end it was Puma that got the gig. A new getup was unveiled at the end of last year for the African Cup of Nations which took place in the winter. But it is highly likely that new kits will be brought out for the World Cup.
The Kits for the Group H teams for the 2022 World Cup: Portugal, Uruguay, Ghana and South Korea
Nike has been the official supplier of Portugal for 25 years now. The home kit for the 2022 World Cup will be a mix between red and green, far from what we have been used to seeing over the past years, which was predominantly red.
As for the away kit, this will consist of white as a base colour, combined with historic Portuguese colours, red and green. The patterns and details will be mostly in black. Notably in both kits is the absence of a collar.
Uruguay has not broken with tradition. A historic symbol of Uruguayan football, the traditional sky-blue kit will feature once again in Qatar. It will be accompanied by black shorts. Puma has also designed the kit with a white collar to include the historic Uruguayan colours.
Also made by Puma, the kits worn by Ghana are equally rather traditional, with the presence of historic Ghanaian colours, in this case, red for the main kit with the colours of the national flag on the sleeves and white on the second kit with sleeves which follow the same pattern as the first kit.
South Korea 🇰🇷
South Korea has gone with a different shade of red for its first kit, and opted, with the help of Nike, for a fluorescent red with the details and collar in black. For the second kit, not much has changed from the away kits of the previous years; a white kit with no collar.