Germany 2018 World Cup Home Kit Released

The Germany 2018 World Cup home kit draws inspiration from the team's most iconic shirt design of all time. Produced by long-term jersey supplier Adidas, the Germany 2018 World Cup shirt was officially released on 6 November 2017 and will be debute in the upcoming friendly games. The green Germany 2018 away kit is set to follow in March next year.

Germany 2018 World Cup Home Kit

This is the Germany 2018 jersey.

Predominantly white, the Germany 2018 World Cup kit reinterprets the iconic 1990 top in a modern way. Instead of featuring the colors of the German flag, the graphic design across the upper front of the Germany 2018 home shirt features shades of grey and black that are created using differently sized black lines, similar to the Mexico kit for the tournament.

The chest band is also reverted and moved higher up the shirt compared to the 1990 top, with the front numbers appearing centered just below the shape. The overlap collar of the Germany 2018 World Cup home kit is a direct copy of the one used on the original shirt.

Subsequently, the Germany 2018 World Cup home is based on the new Climachill template by Adidas, as could already be observed on the leaked Mexico jersey earlier this year. It's longer in the middle compared to the sides and features a new authenticity tag above the hem on the right side, and the Climachill logo above the left hem (authentic version only - replica is Climalite). Click here for more details on Adidas' new kit tech.

The shorts of the Germany 2018 home kit are black and white, respectively. The latter feature a subtle 'DFB' writing in the uniform Adidas font for the tournament on the front.

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