Spain 2022 Adidas Home Kit

This is the new Spain 2022 Home kit by adidas, which will be worn during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Constructed from its unique footballing DNA, Spain’s home jersey makes a timeless statement as it’s dominated by the team’s famous deep red colour, with colour references to the flag across the collar and shirt bindings.

The "Authentic" badge is inspired by the panel shape of the FIFA World Cup™ Al Rihla official match ball, and for first the time on field, the adidas Performance logo is featured.

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This garment is made with a yarn which contains 50% Parley Ocean Plastic — reimagined plastic waste, intercepted on remote islands, beaches, coastal communities and shorelines, preventing it from polluting our ocean. This garment contains at least 40% recycled content in total.

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Sana Han
 · 1 year ago
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Terry
 · 1 year ago
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Shirt too dark. Shorts too dark. Socks should be black. Come the World Cup they'll probably be forced to wear all red anyway.
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BQT
 · 1 year ago
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Real Salt Lake vibes ;)
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Itzu1812
 · 1 year ago
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Not bad, but pretty boring. I dislike the collar, and the blue wedges under the armpit are just plain awful. I also would prefer the traditional black socks, and I don't see why the badge must only have two colours: the colours in the coat of arm have meaning and resonance, but what do Adidas know?
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Stone
 · 1 year ago
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I wish they got the black socks back
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dimisfinesthour
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