German sportswear giant Adidas unveiled its new home band from Argentina on Monday, March 22nd. The new home band will be used during the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, as well as in the Copa America final in the summer.
Launched a year later than originally planned, Argentina’s main shirt has a simple white collar with white collar and cuffs. The 3 Stripes sneakers appear on the shoulders and are light blue.
Adidas experimented with the traditional stripes from La Seleccion. They went with an elaborate pattern of camouflage design inside the stripes with several shades of blue. The camouflage design represents the different regions of Argentina. The shirts are complemented by black shorts.
The 14-time America’s Cup champions will debut their new home team during the 2022 World Cup qualifier against Chile at El Monumental on June 3rd. Argentina will start the Copa America campaign against the same opposition on June 14.
Adidas is also giving up the Colombia and Mexico Home Strips along with the Argentina Kit
Adidas also officially unveiled the home shirts from Colombia and Mexico. Adidas has opted for a clean and basic look for the first – which will host the Copa America this year with Argentina.
The Colombian home shirt is yellow, with a navy collar collar, red Adidas logos and shoulder stripes. Sleeve cuffs appear in the colors of the Colombian flag, while navy shorts and red socks complete the look.
Adidas followed the unseen black uniform from Mexico introduced in 2019 with another revolutionary design. Based on the contemporary Adidas style, the predominantly black shirt has a bold “Greek” print in real magenta.
The 3 Adidas stripes that sit on the shoulders and pipes on the neck collar, are also in real magenta. The shirt is complemented by black shorts and socks, while the Adidas numbering and logos are white.