👕 FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Jerseys - All 32 teams home and away kits

Argentina’s World Cup kits :argentina:

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Mexico release their home kit for the 2022 World Cup :green_circle:

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Mexico returns to green jerseys with 2022 World Cup kits

The Mexican team has traditionally worn green home kits, which date back to the 1958 World Cup, but the federation strayed from them last year for the black and pink "Rosa Mexicano” jersey. The new jerseys are inspired by Quetzalcoatl, one of Mexico’s major deities, according to a release.

The Mexican men’s team opens the 2022 World Cup in Qatar against Poland on Nov 22.

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For this World Cup, the 32 teams have already made a deal with a sports brand to join them in the path to the glory.

Nike is the company with most national teams in the competition with 13, in second place is adidas with 7 and third is Puma with 6. The rest only have one representative squad in the tournament (six in total).

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Brazil’s home and away kits for the 2022 World Cup :brazil:

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Argentina drop their away kit for the 2022 World Cup :purple_circle:

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Beauty

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adidas have dropped some beautiful new kits for the World Cup :heart_eyes:




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Puma’s away kits for the 2022 World Cup are unique :tshirt:

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Mexico unveil their 2022 World Cup away kit representing the nation’s indigenous roots :mexico:

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Belgium drop their kits for the World Cup :belgium:

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Belgium and Denmark’s new home threads are the latest kits to be added to the 2022 FIFA World Cup collection! :belgium::denmark:

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Time to unite.

A closer look at the #ThreeLions’ new Nike Football home and away kits! :raised_hands:


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England have dropped their kits for the 2022 World Cup :england:

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Argentina definitely look ready for the World Cup.
:star_struck:


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Belgium drop their away kit for the World Cup :sparkler:

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Another Nigeria home kit added to the collection :boom:

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Taking a moment to appreciate South Korea’s World Cup kit :star_struck:

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:rotating_light: The Moroccan Ministry of Culture has given Adidas formal notice to withdraw its new collection of Algerian kits.

The reason? The ministry accuses Adidas of having “unduly appropriated symbols of Moroccan cultural heritage”. :morocco::algeria:

(Source: @lequipe)


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Japan teamed up with NIGO to drop the freshest kit ahead of the World Cup :hot_face:

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