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adidas Soccer Reveals 2018 FIFA World Cup National Team Home Kits

posted by Oscar November 6, 2017

The countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia is about to reach just 6 months more to go, so adidas Soccer has given us a glimpse at what some of the teams competing in that spectacle will be sporting next summer.  The Home kits of Germany, Spain, Russia, Japan, Colombia, Argentina and Mexico all revealed, and each one has taken inspiration from iconic shirts from their respective pasts.

The new jersey for FIFA World Cup defending champions Germany is a take on the team’s iconic 1990 shirt. Hosts Russia will be playing in an updated version of their 1988 Olympic Games kit, where the team won Gold. Messi and the rest of Argentina will be competing in an albiceleste shirt that celebrates the federation’s 125-year anniversary, which features an embossed sign-off combined of laurels (incorporated into the stripes) and the number 125.

2010 winners Spain pay homage to their 1994 shirt with a line graphic design consisting of diamonds in red, yellow and blue. Perhaps the best of the bunch, Colombia reminds us of their standout jersey for 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy that boasts a blue and red graphic design on the side of the kit highlighting the Colombian flag colors. Also worth noting is that GK jersey was inspired by René Higuita’s shirt from that ’90 tournament.

Japan incorporates traditional craftsmanship of Sashiko stitching technique for their classic blue shirt that also features hues of red and white as a nod to the national flag. Mexico’s (¡viva!) la verde has a gradient graphic running from the hem towards the chest. Belgium refreshed its 1984 kit with argyle in black yellow and red (the colors of the Belgian flag) with the federation badge in the center.

See the new Home kits below. Continue Reading


Real Madrid and adidas Reveal New 2017/18 Kits

posted by Oscar June 14, 2017

The biggest team in the world today, Real Madrid have unveiled their new kits for the forthcoming 2017/18 season. The club’s latest jerseys were inspired by the club’s loyal fans – the Madridistas – and the city of Madrid.

The current title-holders of the most recent editions of the Spanish La Liga and the Champions League, Real Madrid are set to defend their crowns in the new kits. The Home jersey, in its iconic white, features the introduction of sky blue stripes and branding that was inspired by the Madrid sky to represent the connection between the club and the city. A memorial stamp at the bottom of the jersey commemorates the club’s 115-year anniversary.

The new away jersey draws inspiration from previous black Madrid kits worn by the club in some of its most successful moments. The jersey continues the theme of the home kit with a new trim color – this time with turquoise green stripes. The Real Madrid logo is re-imagined in turquoise green with a neon effect to stand out against the black.

Get the new 2017/18 Home & Away kits here: goo.gl/2bs6nW

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Adidas Reveals Manchester United Away Kit For 2017/18 Season

posted by Oscar May 10, 2017

Adidas Soccer has unveiled the new Away kit Manchester United will be wearing for the forthcoming 2017/18 season. The design was inspired by one of the club’s most iconic kits, using the memorable graphic pattern from the 1990-92  away jersey, reimagined on a black backdrop with white hues.

Starting today, the kit is available exclusively through adidas.com​​ and official club stores, and will be worn on-field for the first time during Manchester United’s pre-season tour.

See below for a gallery featuring Man United stars like Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, and Ander Herrera sporting the new look. Continue Reading


Adidas Announces the Limited Edition Return of the Beckham Predator Mania Boots

posted by Oscar May 2, 2017

Adidas Soccer has announced the limited edition champagne pack, which will see the return of the classic colorway famously worn by David Beckham.

The champagne pack pays homage to the iconic cream and red colorway made famous by one of soccer’s most esteemed boots, the Predator Mania. For this re-release, adidas has once more called up David Beckham to promote the “new” boots.

The adidas champagne pack will be available tomorrow in the U.S. on adidas.com and at select retailers nationwide. Check out more images below.

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adidas and Paul Pogba Launch First adidas Soccer x Paul Pogba Collection

posted by Oscar January 16, 2017

Manchester United ace (and most expensive player in the world) Paul Pogba has connected with adidas to launch their collaborative adidas x Pogba Collection. The collection is designed in Pogba’s style, inspired by fashion and Hip Hop culture, offers streetwear and soccer gear including on and off the field footwear, clothing and accessories. The entire range features a newly designed ‘PP’ logo.

In a news release, the French international said “The launch of the adidas x Pogba Collection is the first step of my wish to leave my mark and shows how I view soccer, both on and off the pitch.”

The adidas x Pogba Collection will feature the new ACE 17+ PURECONTROL in Pogba’s signature black and gold. The boot comes with extra gold plating, a unique marble effect on the upper, ‘Pogboom’ etched on the webbing and trademark ‘PP’ logo on the webbing and tongue. Check out some more pieces after the jump. Continue Reading


Manchester United 2015-16, Third Kit by adidas

posted by Oscar August 27, 2015

Manchester United 2015-16 Third Kit

Manchester United are back in Champions League competition this year and on the same day the learned which group they’re drawn in for the next stage they unveil their third kit for the 2015-16 season.

The predominantly black jersey features a red-orange trim and on the iconic three stripes, along with the same graphic design that has featured on both the home and away kit hem, but this time across the front of the shirt. The black shirt will be used for the away UEFA Champions League fixtures.

According to the Man United news release:

“adidas were keen to mark the return to Europe’s premier competition by reintroducing the predominantly black colour scheme, which was first seen in 1993 and has become a staple look for Manchester United ever since. The shorts are strikingly different, using the key graphic taken from the early 1990s shirt famously worn by Ryan Giggs, which fades across the shorts.”

Fans of soccer and for those that are getting into the world football jersey look, this is a must-cop. Buy the new jersey via store.manutd.com or adidas.com/soccer and hit the jump to see some United players rocking the jersey.  Continue Reading


Chelsea FC 2015-16 Third Kit, by adidas

posted by Oscar August 21, 2015

Chelsea FC 2015-16 Third Kit

The Premier League is underway and today brings the news of what Chelsea will be wearing as a third kit for this 2015-16 season. The London team is going back to black with a jersey very much like their Home & Away kits for this campaign, but there’s something about a crisp black kit that anyone can appreciate.

Pre-order yours here   and see another shot of the new jerseys below. Continue Reading


Manchester United 2015-16 Home Kit, by adidas

posted by Oscar August 1, 2015

The 2015-16 will see Manchester United reunite with adidas. The northern English club’s new shirt is inspired by the classic three-stripe United kits from the 1980s with a modern twist.

The new home kit, which will be debuted in the opening game of the season at Old Trafford, features a classic v neck cut collar and three stripe design down the shoulder. There is also a graphic design on the hem of the shirt taken from the 1990 shirt famously worn by Ryan Giggs in his debut season.

See a gallery of the new Home kit below. Continue Reading


Juventus 2015-16 Home and Away Kits, by adidas

posted by Oscar July 1, 2015

Juventus 2015-16

Today marks the first day of Juventus’ kit partnership with adidas that will last until 2021 and to mark the occasion the Italian giants have unveiled both their Home and Away kits for the upcoming season.

The new Home kit remains faithful to the team’s iconic black and white stripes look, this tume around they are not outlined but rather they intersect, creating integration between both colors. The black hem at the bottom of the jersey displays a tonal graphic print featuring the J letter, the club symbol, and some details evoking the unique exterior design of the Juventus Stadium.

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Real Madrid 2015-2016 Home & Away Kits, by adidas

posted by Oscar June 15, 2015

Real Madrid 2015-2016 Home Kit


Spanish giants Real Madrid and adidas today present the new kits for the team’s 2015-2016 season. The new kits are meant to follow a theme of “only perfect counts,” an idea embodied in the color combinations of the new home and away kits.

The Home shirt is in its customary white and it is combined with silver grey in the three stripes of the shirt. Inside the neck you’ll find the club crest with the inscription “hala madrid y nada más” (“Come on Madrid and nothing else,” from the club anthem) in silver grey. The crest stands out on the white and grey and displays the traditional colors of the club in a high-density, heat-sealed execution with different textures.

The new Away kit ditches the bright pink used last year for the silver grey used as an accent in the Home kit. The metallic tone was used as an homage to all the trophies that Real Madrid has won throughout its rich history and all the trophies it strives to win. This color is called Silver Glory and represents all of the trophies that Real Madrid has conquered, woven into a unique and unequalled shirt.

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adidas Reveals Messi15 Cleats

posted by Oscar June 1, 2015

In anticipation of this weekend’s UEFA Champions League Final in Berlin adidas has delivered the latest design for Lionel Messis’ MESSI15. The new MESSI15 were crafted to serve Leo Messi’s unique talents so adidas created a silo designed solely with one player in mind.

Leo Messi, arguably the best player in the world, will wear the adidas MESSI15 for the first time at the UEFA Champions League Final in Berlin on Sat., June 6. The cleat is available on adidas.com for $220 on July 1.

For further information please visit www.adidas.com/bethedifference or go to facebook.com/adidassoccer or follow@adidassoccer adidassoccer #BeTheDifference on Twitter or Instagram to join the conversation.

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