In Detail | Adidas World Cup Fonts Throughout History | 1990-2018

With Adidas having released their 2018 World Cup home kits featuring the new World Cup typeface, we take a look at all Adidas World Cup fonts between 1990 and 2018. Thanks to Paladar Negro, Switch Image Project & some other great websites for information and pictures.



Adidas 1990 World Cup Font




Adidas' 1990 World Cup typeface boasts a simple 3D look.

Adidas 1994 World Cup Font

Argentina and Spain's 1994 World Cup typefaces were different to the typefaces other Adidas countries used.


The Adidas 1994 World Cup font in the United States is the same as the one used for the 1990 World Cup. The US national team, however, received an own unique & modern font from the Three Stripes for their home World Cup.



Adidas 1998 World Cup Font



The Adidas 1998 World Cup typeface is also unchanged from before. Germany and Spain, however, received different, unique fonts for the tournament.

Adidas 2002 World Cup Font




The Adidas 2002 World Cup typeface is completely different to the previous fonts Adidas teams used at the World Cup boasting a modern design. The leap forward from the classic 1998 World Cup font is remarkable.



Adidas 2006 World Cup Font




The most famous Adidas World Cup font font to date, the Adidas 2006 World Cup typeface is a design classic. The style is inspired by the typeface designs used in the 1974 World Cup.



Adidas 2010 World Cup Font




A much less remarkable look than the 2006 World Cup typeface, the Adidas Unity 2010 World Cup font draws inspiration from the whole 2010 World Cup theme.


Adidas 2014 World Cup Font




The 2014 World Cup typeface features a modern yet unique design.



Adidas 2018 World Cup Font




For the 2018 World Cup, the Three Stripes decided to add for the respective crest of each federation on the bottom for the first time in order to give the numbers a more custom feel. Find out all you need to know about the Adidas 2018 World Cup typeface.


Which of these Adidas World Cup font is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.