Full Nike x Brazil Home Kit Evolution - 1998-2020 - 15 Different Shirts

Nike this week released the new Brazil 2020 home and away kits - we take a look back all the home shirts Nike released for Brazil, including 15 different shirts since 1996.

Nike Brazil 2020-2021 Home & Away Kits Released

Nike became the shirt maker of the Brazil national football team in 1996, replacing Umbro. Back then, Umbro was an independent brand - Nike should buy Umbro in 2007 before selling them in 2012 again. The Nike Brazil deal had been a subject of investigation since a few years...

Brazil Umbro 1996 kit

Brazil 2013 Confed Cup - Our Favorite

Nike Brazil 2013 Confed Cup Home Shirt Released

Nike Brazil Kit History: 1998 - 2020

Make sure to also check out all Brazil shirts over at Football Kit Archive.

The Brasil national team home jersey wasn’t always yellow. The team ended its half-century run in white and blue after an assumed tournament victory was snatched by a devastating defeat at the Maracanã Stadium in 1950. Four years later, the Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) debuted a new kit in yellow, green and blue — the colors of Brasil’s flag. The design was the result of a national competition and the new colors stuck.

All of the Nike Brazil home kits since 1998 have a streamlined look - they come with the classic Brazil colors and without any graphic patterns. The variation of the different yellows and greens is quite low, keeping the shirts fitting for The Canaries.

Nike's jerseys for Brazil are all rather simple and classic

Our favorites are the 2013, 2002 and 2014 kitsOur favorite Nike Brazil home jerseys are the 2013 Confed Cup kit, the World Cup-winning 2002 home shirt (great memories for Brazilians) and the 2014 World Cup kit (not-so-great memories for Brazilians).

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Check out Brazil's old kits since the 1930s on Football Kit Archive

What is your favorite Nike x Brazil home kit? Share your thoughts in the comments below and also see Nike's official designs insights about the Brazil World Cup shirts.