The Kits Of Club World Cup 2021 - No Adidas, Puma's Domination

With the full line-up for Club World Cup 2021 now completed, we take a look at the kits of all competitors for the 2021 rendition.

Al Jazira - Puma

Representing UAE, the host nation of the 2021 Club World Cup, is Al Jazira, winners of the UAE Pro League. They will face Auckland City FC to book a space to face Al Hilal.

Puma is the kit maker for Al Jazira.

Auckland City - Dynasty

Auckland City was chosen to play in the Club World Cup this year as the OFC Champions League was cancelled due to concerns over the spread of Covid.

The club is no stranger to the Club World Cup, however, having participated 9 times before.

The shirt of Auckland City is made by Dynasty, who is more well-known for rugby equipment.

Al Hilal - S Team

Champions of the 2021 AFC Champions League. Al Hilal managed to overcome Korean club Pohang Steelers to book a place in this intercontinental competition.

They will face the winners of the match between Al Jazira and Auckland City.

S Team, a relatively unknown brand, produce the shirt for Al Hilal.

Chelsea - Nike

One of the seeded semi-finalists, Chelsea had a stellar 2021 season under Thomas Tuchel, who steered them to a UEFA Champions League title and a UEFA Super Cup despite having only taken over the club in the second half of the 20-21 season.

Whoever wants to reach the final, this will be their biggest challenge.

This is the only Nike team to feature in the 2021 Club World Cup, but probably have the highest chance of winning.

Monterrey - Puma

Monterrey secured their fifth CONCACAF Champions League this year with a 1-0 narrow victory over Club America.

This is also the fifth time Monterrey participate in the Club World Cup. All four previous entries were in the the last decade.

Al Ahly - Umbro

The most successful club in the history of CAF Champions League. AL Ahly's triumph in July was their 10th championship, becoming the club with the most CAF Champions League titles.

Their kit is made by Umbro.

Palmeiras - Puma

Puma's third team in this list. Palmeiras recently overcame fellow Brazilian club Flamengo in a tense 2021 Copa Libertadores final that had to be decided by extra-time.

Like Chelsea, Palmeiras already secured their place in the final and will wait for the winner of Al Ahly vs Monterrey.

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