📸 👕 From Austria to Switzerland: Every kit at Euro 2022 | OneFootball
📸 👕 From Austria to Switzerland: Every kit at Euro 2022
Euro 2022 is just days away with excitement building for the most hotly-anticipated women’s tournament ever.
For only the second time in history the kits at this summer’s extravaganza are exclusive to the womens’ sides and the manufacturers have really upped their games’ this time around.
Let’s take a look.
Puma have gone into collaboration for the folks at Liberty’s of London to add a floral pattern to this summer’s Austria kit. It’s a beauty.
The Red Devils have gone, er, black this summer with Belgium revealing a dark new look for their home shirt.
The Belgians have regularly had a black away shirt but this time around that’ll be their home strip with the changed jersey being yellow.
Pretty standard stuff from Hummel here with Denmark getting a slightly darker red this time around for one of the tournament’s dark horses.
One of the best England kits we’ve seen in a long time, Nike say this is inspired by ‘diamonds’ with an all-over graphic and a pearlescent badge.
Totally here for it.
Finland will be wearing a pretty traditional Finland kit this time around.
The jersey that the men wore in their first ever tournament last summer has been tweaked slightly with the cross made a lighter blue.
Nike have really gone for it with their latest France kit.
A slightly lighter blue than it recent editions is offset by a floral pattern and red trim. Another classic, if you ask us.
It’s difficult to go wrong with the Germany kit and adidas have designed a pretty decent jersey here.
A circular, centralised badge is always a winner and the mini flags on the sleeve and collar are a nice touch too.
Like Austria’s kit, Iceland have incorporated the Liberty’s floral print and once again it works an absolute treat.
The red at the bottom of the v-neck collar is an excellent addition too.
Another Puma and Liberty’s collaboration, this Italian effort though sees the floral pattern quartered.
The flag as round-neck collar really adds to this one as well.
According to Nike this is the ‘most Orange’ the Netherlands have ever been at a tournament.
The reigning champions may not be one of the favourites but they’re going to look one of the best in England.
Northern Ireland are going to their first ever tournament this summer and will be doing it in some style.
The white round-neck collar, adidas stripes and centred badge are sensational.
One of the more middle of the road efforts at this tournament.
A darker red that usual for Norway and a subtle fjord-inspired pattern.
Portugal are certainly one of the underdogs at this summer’s tournament but their kit is one of the more uninspiring.
Very similar to the men’s kit with the usual colourway you’d expect from the Seleçao.
Not a huge amount of imagination from adidas here.
But as with all the other kits in their collection, the centred crest works wonderfully.
As ever Sweden have gone Big Bird yellow here.
But they undoubtedly had the best kit launch of the lot by releasing a guide on how to beat them.
The final Puma collaboration with London’s fanciest department store and this one for Switzerland has a floral pattern across the whole shirt.
Just lovely stuff.
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