Portugal 2022 World Cup Home & Away Kits Released

The Portugal 2022 World Cup home and away kits were officially unveiled this morning, together with Nike's all other kits for the tournament.



All Nike 2022 World Cup Home & Away Kits Released

Portugal have reached the 2022 World Cup via the playoffs. They will face Ghana, Uruguay, and South Korea in Group H.

2022 marks 25 years since Nike became Portugal's kit makerNike became Portugal's kit maker in 1997 replacing Olympic. 2022 marks 25 years since Nike became Portugal's kit maker.

Portugal 2022 World Cup Home Kit

Check out Nike's Portugal 2022 home jersey below.


The Nike Portugal 2022 home jersey is predominantly red ('Pepper Red'), combined with green in a diagonal design a la Monaco and yellow-golden logos ('Gold Dart').



An outstanding look and a first in team history, the Portugal 2022 World Cup kit features a diagonal green graphic across the front and back. It even continues on the right sleeve. This look is meant to mimic the flag being wrapped around the body, according to the official press release.


Just as the Euro 2020 uniform, Nike combine the Nike Portugal 2022 home jersey with green shorts. The socks of the Portugal 2022 World Cup home kit are red, with a green fold-over and golden logos.



Portugal 2022 World Cup Away Kit

This is the new Portugal 2022 away jersey by Nike.


A fresh yet classic look for Portugal, the Nike Portugal 2022 away football shirt combines an off-white base with navy for the Swoosh. Officially, the colors are "Sail / Obsidian", while "Pepper Red" is the tertiary color.



As per Nike, the slightly darker color was chosen so that the Portuguese "stand out in a sea of bright white kits."


Shorts and socks in the same colors as the shirt complete the Portugal 2022 World Cup away uniform.



Portugal 2022 World Cup Away Kit Leaked - Dri-Fit ADV + Full Look Incl. Shorts & Socks

The new Portugal 2022 home kits were released on Thursday, September 15th, 2022.

Check out all Portugal kits on Football Kit Archive

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