It’s hard to believe that the 2022 FIFA World Cup is a couple years away with qualifications just months down the road. Nike, in a slew of the upcoming qualifiers and friendly matches, released the 2020/21 European International home and away kits.
Each of the 14 national teams received an updated style to their kits. Nike incorporated traditional jersey aspects like Croatia’s checkered boxes and Poland’s late ’70s, early 80’s threads with an eagle in the center of the chest.
France had one of the best kits in the 2018 World Cup and this newest edition ups the ante. This time around the country’s colors are loudly represented with blue splattered marks against the white jersey with a red gallic rooster over the heart of the chest.
Holland’s kit will come in a deep orange, unlike its previous kits that trended toward a lighter variation. Down the sides of the jersey is a black outline resembling the outline of a lion’s coat.