As expected Adidas and Nike will be producing team jerseys of majority of qualified teams. Other manufacturers include Umbro, New Balance, Puma and Errea. Adidas has already released the official team kits of all their contracted nations. While Nike will release official kits in January 2017.
After nearly four long years, the wait is almost over as the FIFA World Cup returns to make our summer a lot less boring. From 14 June to 15 July, 32 teams will battle it out to be crowned world champions.
As with every edition, kit manufacturers release new kits ahead of the quadrennial event in a bid to tap into the fans’ patriotic fervor and boost sales. They design both home and away kits just in case there is a color clash.
Following the plethora of 2018 World Cup kit launches over the last few days, we’ve updated the 2018 World Cup Kit Overview to reflect all the most recent updates.
Saudi Arabia (Nike)
Costa Rica (New Balance)
South Korea (Nike)
Panama (New Balance)
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