Adidas took advantage of the occasion of Women’s Day and launched the home kits for the Women’s World Cup happening this year. The German sports giant has unveiled three home kits for Germany, Sweden, and Spain Women’s National Team. Let us directly jump into pictures and stories behind the design of these kits.
Sweden Women’s WWC National Team home kit
The home shirt for Sweden’s Women’s World Cup takes inspiration from the past and sticks to the yellow and blue colours. The shirt is also a tribute to women, just like the Swedish Women’s team players themselves, that have created history. These women are paid tribute by highlighting their pictures in the numbers mentioned at the back of the jersey. Every number has a different combination of pictures of inspiring Swedish women. They were decided on votes from the fans that were submitted to the Swedish FA.
Germany Women’s WWC National Team home kit
Working out as a homage to the 1989 jersey – the year the German Women’s team won European Championship title at home – looks back at the historic event in Women’s football in Germany. These jerseys will be worn from the start of the World Cup, when Germany kick off their campaign against China on June 8th. The graphic and designs on the jersey represent the 1989 women’s team jersey and the 1990 men’s team jersey. This timeless kit has been completed with a pair of black shorts and white stalkings. The away jersey (on the left in the image above) is in burgundy, while the goalkeeper’s jersey is blue for both home and away games.
Spain Women’s WWC National Team home kit
Maintaining the original style of the Spanish football jersey and sticking to the red and blue combination, this jersey is as subtle as it gets. The new shirt launched by Adidas will be worn by the Spanish Women’s team throughout the World Cup 2019. It is one of the few occasions when Adidas has launched a completely different design for the women’s jersey. The jersey is simple with a round neck finish and a design that runs through the Adidas logo on the right side. The dark blue shorts and similar stalkings complete the kit for the Women’s World Cup. Spain will wear this jersey for the first time on June 8th when they take on South Africa in the World Cup.