5 March, 2014 - 12:54

Top 10 best kits for 2014 World Cup

Most of the teams, lined up for the World Cup in Brazil, have lately presented their brand new kits.

Russia

Adidas presented both home and away kits of the Russia national team. The first one is quite a regular maroon one, but the second kit is emblazed with light blue semicircle, symbolizing the view on our planet that Yuri Gagarin, the first ever cosmonaut, saw in 1961. Make no mistake of the message: if the Russians could conquer the space, can’t their just win in Brazil? Easier said than done, though!

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Brazil

Luiz Felipe Scolari tries hard to take the pressure off his players ahead of home tournament and keeps it quiet. Luiz Gustavo was the only Brazil international, photographed in the new kit, and to be honest, we struggled to tell the difference from the old one. Why change something that brought you luck at Confederations Cup last summer?

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Germany

The Germans, however, need to tune up the fortunes. From 1996 Bundesmannschaft has travelled to major competitions as favorites, but failed in final stages. The German designers brought in the v-shaped embedding to common white shirt.

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Netherlands

Oranje will be wearing traditional orange shirts, but will use unique print for surnames on the back. That is what Wesley Sneijder’s surname will look like.

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Croatia

Vatreni have arguably the most recognizable kit in world football, so they don’t need to use additional attractions. Classic stuff, presented by Bayern star man Mario Mandzukic.

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Belgium

The Red Devils are one of the dark horses, who could easily make it to the final stages of the tournament, if not to the final. The likes of Vincent Kompany, Romelu Lukaku, Jan Vertonghen, Eden Hazard, Tibaut Courtois, Cristian Benteke and others from this talented group of players will be wearing these fine kits in Brazil.

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Italy

Squadra azzurra will be wearing their classic blue and white Puma kits in the ‘group of death’ in Brazil.

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Ghana

African teams were the most creative at developing their new World Cup kits. Ghana, who were seeded against Germany, Portugal and United States, will probably be trying to distract opponents’ attention with beautiful red Puma shirts, embedded with stars, team’s nickname and traditional patterns.

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Cameroon

Cameroon’s green shirts also hold traditional patterns and images of a lion, the team’s mascot.

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Nigeria

Current champions of Africa replaced their regular dark-green kits with light-green ones, which are quite pleasant to look at. They will introduce them iun a friendly against Mexico.

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photo: footyheadlines.com, soccerbible.com, rg.ru, eurosport.ru

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5 March 2014, 13:53

Love the African kits!

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11 March 2014, 14:41

Banana wrote:

Love the African kits!

Banana wrote:

Love the African kits!

sameeeeeeeee

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27 March 2014, 07:06

Love the kits

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27 March 2014, 07:06

Nice kits

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Mario Mandzukic
17 April 2014, 02:49

love the Croatian kit!

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Willie Shaver
23 May 2014, 02:49

Russians gear looks cool .. pity about their president

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Potato farmer
21 June 2014, 04:32

I like kits!

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