Here you find the kit designs used at the World Cup 1982 in Spain. It's still under construction, so stay tuned for the full version and other World Cup kit history.

The computer drawn kit designs are made by our friend Azmi Mie from switchimageproject

Of course you can give your comment on the designs used in 82, but we are also looking for any info about the kit designs or brands at the World Cup 82 to add to the pictures on the World Cup 82 kit history page. Do you know some facts or interesting things about certain kits or shirts at the WC 82 or noticed any missing shirts or details please let us know trough the comments below.

The 1982 FIFA World Cup, the 12th staging of the World Cup, was held in Spain from June 13 to July 11. Spain was chosen as hosts by FIFA in July 1966. This World Cup was won by Italy, who beat West Germany 3-1 in the final. With its third World Cup title (after 1934 and 1938), Italy drew level with Brazil. This World Cup was marked by a series of great matches and is widely regarded as the second-best ever after the legendary 1970 tournament. This was also the first World Cup to feature 24 teams, an expansion from at most 16 in the previous tournaments.

Group 1

Poland home WC 82

Poland home 3rd/4th place WC 82

Poland away WC 82

Italy home WC 82

Italy away WC 82

Cameroon home WC 82

Peru home WC 82

Group 2

West Germany Home WC 82

Austria Home WC 82

Austria away WC 82

Algeria home WC 82

Algeria away WC 82

Chile home WC 82

Group 3

Belgium home WC 82

Argentina home WC 82

Hungary home WC 82

Hungary away WC 82

El salvador home WC 82

Group 4

England home WC 82

England Away WC 82

France home WC 82

France away WC 82

Kuwait home WC 82

Kuwait away WC 82

Group 5

Northern Ireland home WC 82

Northern Ireland away WC 82

Spain home WC 82

Yugoslavia away WC 82

Group 6

Brazil home WC 82

USSR home WC 82

USSR away WC 82

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments (22)

  1. fsc

22. Hand of Jord, <br /><br />Where\'s Scotland in this article? They were in the group with Russia and Brazil and New Zealand (we did manage to beat them)...We missed out on next round on goal difference (again)<br />It was a fairly classic dark blue shirt with a bit of white piping. Umbro I think.<br /><br /> <br />21. Liam Scott, <br /><br />The new England Away kit for Euro 2008 is based on the Spain 82 away kit.<br /> <br /> <br />20. Stefan,<br /> <br />Just agree with (most of) you that the shirts worn in the 70\'s and 80\'s were just wonderful. Not to compare with the NIKE trash of today for example. A pity that manufacturers like Adidas and Puma copied the designs of Nike and made their shirt nearly as awful!<br />Let\'s say it in a metaphoric way: These old fashioned, simple designed shirts of the 70\'s and 80\'s had a \"soul\" while the new ones with their \"flashy\" designs (as someone here called it) are just \"commerce zombies\"!<br />My favourite shirts are: Holland...

22. Hand of Jord, <br /><br />Where\'s Scotland in this article? They were in the group with Russia and Brazil and New Zealand (we did manage to beat them)...We missed out on next round on goal difference (again)<br />It was a fairly classic dark blue shirt with a bit of white piping. Umbro I think.<br /><br /> <br />21. Liam Scott, <br /><br />The new England Away kit for Euro 2008 is based on the Spain 82 away kit.<br /> <br /> <br />20. Stefan,<br /> <br />Just agree with (most of) you that the shirts worn in the 70\'s and 80\'s were just wonderful. Not to compare with the NIKE trash of today for example. A pity that manufacturers like Adidas and Puma copied the designs of Nike and made their shirt nearly as awful!<br />Let\'s say it in a metaphoric way: These old fashioned, simple designed shirts of the 70\'s and 80\'s had a \"soul\" while the new ones with their \"flashy\" designs (as someone here called it) are just \"commerce zombies\"!<br />My favourite shirts are: Holland 74 and 78 (great lion logo), Brasil 82 (they will most probably never, never again wear Topper shirts) Argentina 82 (wonderful) and England 82 (unbeaten by now)!<br /><br /> <br />19. Tomas Jonsson, <br /><br />I have a really nice Mexico away Adidas shirt from 81 or 82 used during their qualification rounds. I really think that a lot of nice shirts are missed due to that these teams did not qualify for the World Cup.<br /> <br /> <br />18.FSC, <br /><br />you can watch G\'ole\'in the docu blog right now..<br /><br /> <br />17. Paolo Granda, <br /><br />This is my favorite world cup by far. I love all adias jerseys and Cameroon\'s and England\'s as well. Does anyone know where I can find the dcumentary of this WC with Sean Connery? It\'s called G\'ole!<br /> <br /> <br />16. el harrachi, <br /><br />sonitex mr hakim<br /> <br /> <br />15. El harrachi, <br /><br />yao hakim the brand is Sonitex<br />cheeeeeeeeeeers<br /><br /> <br />14. alfredo,<br /> <br />brilliant job. very informative on the shirts and numbers, and even the tags were not forgotten. <br /><br /> <br />13. Simone, <br /><br />Hi,<br />What about Honduras, they were there too.<br />Great job anyway.<br /> <br /> <br />12. Alfonso,<br /> <br />what a brilliant world cup for kits it was!!!!!<br /> <br /> <br />11. Gervillian Swike,<br /> <br />Thanks Eugenio for the background to Topper. It\'s a shame that the incredible recent growth of Nike, Adidas and, to a lesser extent, Puma means that the really big international teams will probably never again be made by companies such as Penalty, LeCoq, Admiral and Topper.<br /> <br /> <br />10. Eugenio, <br /><br />Congratulations, a great job. Top class design. These are the golden years, even better than the late `70s. Admiral designs were really innovative, I?

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  1. fsc

Superb posting!!!<br />Best regards from Argentina<br /><br />Pablo<br />http://www.arogeraldes.com

 
  1. fsc
  1. fsc

I remember seeing the Le Coq Sportif logo on the Italy warm up jackets, so I am guessing their logo-less shirts were made by the same. The material of the kits today may be more comfortable but the designs are terrible. The new Germany kits are awful. I hope Puma does some justice to their champion side when it comes out in February. The white kits worn by Italy against Scotland did not do much for me.

 
  1. fsc

In Italy there was a law (up to the mid-80) which is not allowed to display advertising logos on the shirts. forClaudio: have you ever purchased retro soccer shirt from Thailand? I have several including ones of England. they are cheap but beautiful.<br />here my address: [email protected]

 
  1. fsc

..not for claudio, but for eugenio, sorry :s

 
  1. fsc

..and not up the midi 80 but the midi 90..sorry again

 
  1. fsc
  1. fsc

Two comments about the Brazilian 1982 jersey.<br /><br />If you look real close at the Brazilian emblem, there is a white circle with some sort of symbol (green leaves, red fruit) in front of the Jules Rimet trophy. That was hidden publicity by \"Caf?

 
  1. fsc

In Brazil Topper has still the same symbol!!! in Argentina they changed that in late 90\'s. Topper is a very good brand, in both countries, and the shirts are really nice (Cruzeiro, Corinthians, Velez, Independiente, etc)

 
  1. fsc

I was just wondering if anyone knows why the 1986 Topper Brazil shirt has the little round white circle with the green leaves on the crest when the actual Topper shirt they wore at the world cup dosent have this. It was on actual the 1982 world cup shirt.<br /><br />I was given this shirt 16 years ago signed by Junior with his number six on the back. I always thought it was match worn.

 
  1. fsc

And where\'s New Zealand??

 
  1. Francesco

Hi Alfredo,and hi all..precisely Italian federation allows Kappa to put the badge on the shirt in 1999,first in the history.Then in 2000 and in 2002 kappa badge did not appear on the front of the shirt but only on the shoulders.I liked very much this solution,I must admit that I miss the pure azzurra shirt of Italy,without kit supplier badge.<br />Then puma arrived and posted 3 pumas on the shirt.<br />In 2006 Italy has been the only Puma national kit without the 2 pumas near the collar on the shoulders,only one was there,the other was on the arm.<br />In the new shirt,also Italy has been allined to the other teams kit template. :angry: <br /><br />I m also very angry because of the presence of only 4 kit suppliers in Euro 2008: Nike,Adidas,Puma,Umbro.

 
  1. fsc

In fact the Kuwaiti team\'s home shirt is the blue one not the red as stated above while the red shirt is actually the away kit.

 
  1. fsc

Italy kit in 78 and 82 was Le Coq Sportif.<br /><br />I hate new Puma shirts for national teams: all standard. it is a shame and it is not a good choise for Puma. World champion team worth a kit different from all the others.

 
  1. fsc

I must do a correction:<br />in 1982 Italy kit was Le Coq, but in 1978 and 1974 was Adidas but logos or Adi trims was prohibited by italian laws until 1999. 1st time a logo appear in Italy shirt was in the late 99, match Danmark-Italy.

 
  1. fsc

:-) GREAT KIT DESIGN FOR THE WORLD CUP 82 ...ENGLAND , SPAIN , FRANCE AND WEST GERMANY WERE THE BEST

 
  1. fsc

I have a complete Admiral -kit of the 1982 Belgium National team. Including shorts and socks. It has long sleeves (ultra rare) and with nr. 11 (Jan Ceulemans) on the back of the shirt and the front of the trousers. I think it is a matchprepared outfit for Ceulemans.<br />The size is 104-109 cm for the shirt; 91-97 cm for the short and the socks are a size 42-44. Does anyone know what a complete kit like this, is valued at?

 
  1. lucas555

where are scotland, honduras and new zealand kits?

 
  1. lucas555

they are missing new zealand honduras and scotland kits

 
  1. lucas555

what is the maufacturer of the algeria shirts?

 
  1. lucas555

what is the maufacturer of the algeria shirts?

 
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