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Spain 2022 World Cup Home & Away Kits By Adidas Released

Monday, 29th August, 2022

Today Adidas have released the Spain home and away kits for the upcoming 2022 World Cup which is taking place in the Winter in Qatar later this year.

It’s always an exciting time of the year when brand new kits are announced, it means that the tournament is right around the corner.

The Spain home shirt is red as expected, with the away shirt being a light blue patterned shirt.

Here’s what you need to know.

The 2022 home Spain shirt is a classic red which Spain have used for many of their kits over the years. I would say that it’s definitely a traditional red which is something I like.

In some previous kits we’ve seen a very dark red being used, and I prefer this more classic red.

There is also a lot of blue and contrasting in this shirt. Again, this is something I like.

The neckline is navy blue with red and yellow stripes, with a navy blue front at the collar line. Down the shoulders are the trademark Adidas 3 stripes in navy blue, and down the sides of the shirt there’s navy along with red and yellow striping.

This is the first men’s home shirt to feature the new and simplified Spain crest which is present in the front left breast position. Opposite that is a minimalist Adidas Performance logo without wording.

For the rest of the kit Spain have gone with navy blue shorts and socks.

When it comes to the away kit, Spain have gone for blue.

There were rumours going around that Spain would return to a dark or navy blue, similar to the shirt from winning the 2010 World Cup. This is however a very light blue, even lighter than the Euro 2012 away shirt they wore.

Adidas are calling this Glow Blue.

It features a wave style of pattern to the front which really sets the shirt off in a big way. Adidas say that this design comes from an art deco style harking back to Spain in 1982.

The shirt also features red and yellow stripes down the sleeves, with a contrasting darker blue down the sides of the shirt.

As for the shorts for this kit, they are a darker but still fairly light blue, and the shorts being the same colour as the shirt.

When it comes to the badge, the big point here is that it’s centred. I am not much of a fan of badges being in the centre, but both the Adidas logo and Spain badge are centred in this design.

Adidas have released several kits all sporting at least one of their shirts (home or away) with the badges centred. Luckily for Spain fans who don’t like this, the home shirt has a traditional breast positioned badge while the away is centred in the middle.

In terms of the tech details, Adidas are saying these shirts are made from 100% recycled polyester and are made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic.

The kits are available now with the replica shirts being £70 and the players authentic versions being £110 each.

I’m looking forward to getting these, and seeing the 2022 Spain Goalkeeper shirt when it’s unveiled.

Michael Adams

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