LEAKED: Adidas 2022 World Cup Kits to Be Released in September - Based on 2023 Template?

With the World Cup moving to December to account for the Qatar climate, many have wondered what will happen to the traditional kit launch dates.

And as expected, we are now able to confirm that Adidas have opted to move back the launched of both their World Cup home and away kits to September 2022 rather than the usual split November / March releases. This will of course also apply to all teams that are under contract with the three-stripe but didn't manage to qualify for the finals.

2022 World Cup Kits To Be Released Later Than Usual

It's a bit of a break from tradition for Adidas, who've usually launched home kits first in November, with the away kits dropping in March the following year. This schedule was of course already scrapped when Euro 2020 was pushed back a year, which saw the away kit launches moved back an entire year, to one-and-a-half years after the respective home kits.

So far, Argentina, Belgium, Germany and Spain are the only Adidas teams to have booked a ticket to Qatar 2022, but the likes of Colombia, Egypt, Japan, Mexico are all still looking likely to join that group.

In terms of design or colorways, not much is known about the Adidas 2022 World Cup kits as of yet. We have, however, been told that the 2022 Adidas World Cup jerseys will feature templates from the 2023 cycle, meaning they would have more advanced tech and templates than the club jerseys released shortly prior.

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