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Spain Home, Away & Goalkeeper Shirt Unveiled For Euro 2016

Football, Lifestyle
Wednesday, 11th November, 2015

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After a few weeks of rumours and kit leaks, Adidas has officially unveiled the new Spain shirt which is designed for Euro 2016 in the summer. I have seen these pictures, and I am unsure what to make of it at the moment.

It’s a lighter red design than the last one, and is a more traditional red colour as they’ve had before. It has triangular patterns, which is supposed to represent the way Spain plays football, a geometrical formation.

The shorts will be royal blue, with the socks looking black (but may actually be a very dark navy). An exciting addition is the ability to buy a long sleeve version of the shirt for the very first time in a retail store, or at least the first I have seen. The long sleeve version will probably be worn by Gerard Pique, who usually wears long sleeves, and some other players may do too. A players, Adizero version is available for £90.

The home goalkeeper shirt is a familiar blue, with a blue tonal badge and horizontal pinstripes. They has been rumours of 4 different goalkeeper shirts, this blue one, as well as a dark grey, yellow and finally a red top. It will be an interesting move to see what the official tops turn out to be, as teams only usually have a home and away shirt, with corresponding goalkeeper shirts.

The away shirt is yet to be announced, although rumours and leaked images show a white shirt with red and yellow diamond patterns to the front. UPDATED BELOW

The home shirt & home keeper shirt are both released this Friday, and will be worn in the game against England.

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Adidas officially unveils Spain 2016 Away Shirt

Today Adidas has officially unveiled the Spain away shirt, as well as the away goalkeeper shirt. The away shirt is the same as the leaks and rumours, a white shirt with red and yellow triangle patterns, which is supposed to emulate a heat map of the infamous Fernando Torres winning goal of the 2008 Euro’s. The design looks pretty funky without knowing that, but once known it explains all.
The away goalkeeper shirt looks really nice and is yellow, with the same triangular patterns seen on all the shirts on the shoulders.

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