Adidas Euro 2016 Home Kits | On-pitch Debuts

Having unveiled the entirety of its Euro 2016 kit lineup this week, Adidas oversaw the debut of its most important Euro 2016 home jerseys last night. Germany, Spain, Belgium and many more all wore their new Euro 2016 uniforms for the first time yesterday, allowing us to take a closer look at how the new Adidas is performing where it matters most.

Adidas Euro 2016 Kits | On-pitch


Germany had a disappointing match away against France, with the 2-0 loss overshadowed by the terrorist attacks that shook Paris and the whole world.


For its first match in the new Euro 2016 home kit, Spain enjoyed a neat 2-0 win over England, cementing the holders' ambitions to retain the European Championship title next summer in France.


According to Gianluigi Buffon, the Red Devils are one of the teams with the best chances to sweep the Euro 2016 title; and Belgium's convincing 3-1 victory over Italy did nothing but further strengthen these claims. The Belgium Euro 2016 home kit, expertly fusing the tradition and future, is surely worthy of a European champion.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Having its place for Euro 2016 still to be confirmed, Bosnia and Herzegovina played Ireland to a draw with a goal on each side. Still all to play for in the match in Dublin next week.


Wales, another Euro debutant for next summer, lost out to the Netherlands in a close five-goal encounter. The smart Wales Euro 2016 jersey is already proving to become a classic through its understated no-nonsense look.

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland kicked off its Euro 2016 preparations with a solid 1-0 win over Latvia, allowing the supporters to look beyond recent complaints about the style of the country's the Euro 2016 home shirt.

Denmark and Sweden who'll play it out for another Euro 2016 spot and Russia will all debut their new 2016 home jerseys by Adidas today. Stay tuned for more updates.

Which Adidas Euro 2016 home kit is your favorite, in terms of on-pitch appearance?