Show your support for the Spanish national team in Russia with the official Spain Home Shirt 2018.
Rather than the nation’s plethora of recent successes, the latest Spain home jersey draws its design inspiration from the kit worn in 1994, as La Furia Roja battled Italy at the FIFA World Cup in the USA.
This memorable style, with its distinctive side patterning, was worn previously in matches against both South Korea and holders Germany - and now, with the Germans holding the coveted trophy again, Spain have delved into the mid-1990s for the co-ordinates that define its 2018 home strip.
However, rather than simply restoring the style, the 2018 home shirt from adidas reinterprets it, delivering a contemporary finish. Can Spain reclaim their FIFA World Cup crown in these colours?
In 1990, West Germany defeated Argentina to complete a hat trick of FIFA World Cup titles - and the home design worn that summer provides the inspiration for this official Germany Home Shirt 2018.
Made with sweat-sweeping climalite technology, this Germany jersey is most notable for its revived chest pattern - reinterpreting the band style used by Beckenbauer’s boys in 1990 and representing the German flag by way of its black lines, achieved using three different levels of thickness.
Represent one of the favourites for FIFA World Cup success next summer and adopt one of international football’s recognisable identities with the official Argentina Home Shirt 2018.
As the signature blue and white stripes of the Albiceleste take the planet by storm once more, admirers of the Argentinian national side can show their support for Sergio Agüero, Paulo Dybala, Lionel Messi and teammates in this recognisable home replica jersey; its classic striped image reimagined slightly, as the 2014 finalists target the nation’s third all-time World Cup trophy.
Represent the Samurai Blue this summer in a smart and subtle style with the Japan Away Shirt 2018.
This all-new Japanese alternate jersey carries a unique commemorative crest, designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Japan’s landmark first qualification for the finals of a World Cup tournament.