The international break is upon us and to get us excited for the upcoming games, several of Europe’s top footballing nations have dropped new kits ahead of next year’s European Championship.
The likes of Germany, Belgium, Italy, and Spain have revealed their news looks ahead of Euro 2020 – though die Mannschaft are yet to book their ticket to next year’s tournament. Kroos, Morata, and Bathsuayi were on hand to model the latest designs.
Kroos, Morata, and Batshuayi model their respective nation's new kits
Two diagonal black stripes can be seen in Belgium’s new kit which features their traditional red with a sprinkle of yellow look. As for Germany, they went for a minimalistic approach with a simple white jersey with black stripes and neckline. Spain, on the other hand, sported a vintage look.
Adidas were the manufactures of all three of those kits and they did not disappoint. Puma also released a new away shirt for Italy, who have qualified for next year's tournament, with a faded print adding flare to the white jersey.
Shirt Alert: The new Italy away shirt has been unveiled by Puma— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) November 11, 2019
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The race to make Euro 2020 resumes this Thursday. Only six of the 24 spots have been taken, with the likes of Portugal, England, Germany, France, Netherlands, and Croatia all fighting for a berth.