The new Spain shirt for the Qatar World Cup that leaves no one indifferent
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has presented the new shirts that the Spanish team will wear in the World Cup in Qatar. The National Team will wear the classic red, but with greater intensity, for the first kit and light blue for the second. This second kit will be released on September 24 in Zaragoza, in the League of Nations match against Switzerland.
The launch of the new clothing has not left almost anyone indifferent. Most of the Red fans have been satisfied with the red shirt, but the blue has fallen like a shot among the fans and it is difficult to find favorable comments.
The brutal Red, the blue to forget.
— Marc Planet (@LabayenMarc) August 29, 2022
There has been no lack of those who have claimed that Spain should play with the shirt of the Women’s Soccer Team:
The details of the women’s shirt were better although I like that the shield is on the side. The second I find nothing salvageable. Neither design nor color are pretty…
— Javi 🏴🏴🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠 August 29, 2022
Another detail that has not been liked is the location of the shield on the chest instead of at the height of the heart on the blue shirt. Although in this sense the critics with the detail are less.
The shield in the heart always
– screwed, without further ado (@gxldebarcaF) August 29, 2022
“The new skin of Luis Enrique’s players will maintain the characteristic color of the National Team, also adding a reference to the national flag on the neck”, indicated the RFEF after making the new kits public.
Waves in the away kit
Another important novelty comes in the away kit are “wavy graphics that are dynamically inspired by the country’s logo from 1982”, the date on which Spain organized and hosted the World Cup. The shield will shine on this shirt on the chest and the colors of the flag are maintained on the shoulders.
Adidas, the sports brand of the Spanish shirts, explained in a statement that the garments “combine creativity with iconic simplicity”, and that they are made with one hundred percent recycled polyester, presenting “the latest in textile innovations, including light details applied with heat.