Best World Cup Kits: Zaire 1974 Home

Why this kit is good: Firstly, I’m a sucker for shirts with club/association badges exploded across the whole front (shout out to Pumas UNAM!). Zaire, modern day Democratic Republic of Congo, nails it with the leopard badge in the middle for the country’s World Cup debut. Big, bold, and bad. Cats of prey are bad.…

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Best World Cup Kit: England 2006 Home

Why this kit is good: Ah, 2006. The days when an England kit was more than just a white PE t-shirt with a Nike logo and a £60 price tag. Both club and international football kits these days are pretty much all the same; one template, one design, all filled in with different colours, like…

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Best World Cup Kits: Ghana 2014 Away

Why this kit is good: One of the best things about the World Cup is that it’s a melting pot of cultures. The colours and patterns on the kits sported by the African nations are definitely something I look forward to, and while there have been some horrific African entries – looking at you, Nigeria 1994 (more…

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FC Bayern Home by Adidas

Adidas have revealed the new Bayern Munchen home kit for the 2018/19 season. The design is dedicated to the club mantra ‘Mia San Mia’ and this runs throughout the kit. It will be worn by the German club as they chase their seventh consecutive Bundesliga title. The design itself features a wonderful collection of angles that…

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Australia World Cup 2018 by Nike Football

Australia has got their updated look ahead of the World Cup in the Summer and the Socceroos are going to be a happy bunch taking to the pitches in Russia wearing these new home and away kits. A common theme throughout Nike’s releases is that, even though the main kits feature a strong style, it’s…

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