Monday, 6 November 2017

World Cup 2018: Germany, Spain & Argentina Kits Leaked Ahead Of Release

The German national squad will be going old school in Russia next summer, that's according to reports.
Germany clearly want another victorious tournament, with Footy Headlines leaking pictures of their new home kit, which resembles the iconic 1990 kit quite a bit!

The German national squad are not alone on this, a number of other international teams have also had their kits for the 2018 World Cup leaked.


Germany's iconic home kit of 1990
Footy Headlines and Todo Sobre Camisetas claims Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, Belgium and Russia have all had their Adidas-designed jerseys revealed too.

Argentina’s home kit features the classic blue-and-white stripes and is based on their shirt from 1993.

Colombia’s shirt draws inspiration from their 1990 World Cup campaign and has red-and-blue jags cutting in to the front from under the arms.
 Argentina's World Cup 2018 kit has been leaked
Argentina's World Cup 2018 kit
 Colombia have also had their kit leaked
Colombia have also had their kit leaked

 Being hosts hasn't prevented Russia from also having their top leaked
 Being hosts hasn't prevented Russia from also having their top leaked
Mexico have opted for their 1994 World Cup design, with Russia styling theirs on the 1988 jersey.
Meanwhile, Spain 2010 champs Spain have opted for a gorgeous blend of classic and modern.
 Mexico have drawn inspiration from their 1994 top
Mexico have drawn inspiration from their 1994 top
 Spain's new kit has a nice blend of classic and modern
 Spain's new kit has a nice blend of classic and modern

And Belgium are hoping a completely new look will help them achieve world glory.
 Belgium have gone for a new look, which has been criticised already by supporters
 Belgium have gone for a new look, which has been criticised already by fans
Their new design, which has already received criticism from their supporters, has a centred crest inside a black design.

And the black section that has featured at the top of their most recent shirts has now been omitted.
The 2018 World Cup takes place in Russia and kicks off on June 14 next year.

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