Spotted: Germany & Spain Players Have 'BIG' Problems With Adidas' New EURO 2020 Kits Cut

Monday, 18 November 2019
The international fixtures might have not been interesting in terms of the football played for many, but for us the recent international fixtures were surely some of the most interesting this year - of course because of the new kits on stage. When watching images of recent matches for our on-pitch debuts feature, we came across that there might be a problem with the new cut for Adidas kits.



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First, it is important to know that not all Adidas EURO 2020 jerseys feature the new cut. Only those of Germany and Spain have the cut, while the jerseys of the likes of Sweden, Wales, Belgium and Scotland have a regular standard cut. Therefore, those problems were only spotted by us with Germany and Spain players.



New Adidas 2020 Kit Cut - A Problem for Players?




The new Adidas 2020 kit cut has several special "features" - first, the shirt seems to be longer than usual in general. Second, the shirt comes with a very "bulge" on the sides - it is much shorter on the sides. We think that the sleeves are also longer than usually.

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The problem with the too long kits seems to be especially big for small players like Germany's Kimmich and Spain's Jesús Navas, even though also tall players had some difficulties with the kit.

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We want to demonstrate the problem with two prime examples - Rodri (Spain & Manchester City) and Kimmich (Germany & Bayern Munich).

Rodri

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Rodri changed the way of how he wore the kit (several times) during the game. He wore the kit completely untucked, only tucked on the sides and almost completely tucked.

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Kimmich

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Kimmich wore the jersey both tucked in and untucked.

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Both Kimmich and Rodri usually do not have their shirts tucked in, so it seems to be because of Adidas' kit.



In the Germany U21 vs Belgium U21 match, the problems with Adidas' kit were even more obvious.

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