South Korea 2022 World Cup Home & Away Kits Unveiled
The Nike South Korea 2022 World Cup home and away kits were officially unveiled by the federation today. The launch image features Hwang Hee-chan (Wolves), Jeon Woo-yeong (Freiburg) and Kim Min-jae (Napoli).
South Korea will take on Uruguay, Ghana and Portugal in Group H of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
South Korea 2022 World Cup Home Kit
This is the South Korea 2022 home football shirt, made by Nike.
The Nike South Korea 2022 home shirt is predominantly bright red with black trim in the form of the collar, the logos on the front as well as small triangles on the lower sides.
Brash, bold and energetic, the South Korea home kit centers on the motif of Dokkaebi. The fiery moniker represents the fierce mentality of a proud nation and is amplified by vibrant Global Red and a tiger-stripe sleeve graphic representing strength and power.
The triangles on the sides of the Nike South Korea 2022 home jersey, together with the side panel of the shorts, create the impression of a tail, paying homage to the Red Devils nickname of the team.
On both the South Korea 2022 home and away kits, a pride emblem spells out the country's name in Korean on the rear collar.
Red shorts and socks round off the look of the new South Korea 2022 home strip by Nike.
South Korea 2022 World Cup Away Kit
Check out Nike's South Korea 2022 away football shirt below.
Predominantly black, the Nike South Korea 2022 World Cup away shirt features a multicolor graphic across the front, back and sleeves. The Nike and Korea FA logos on the Nike South Korea 2022 World Cup away shirt are plain white.
The away kit highlights Taegeuk, the symbol found on the Korean flag that represents national pride and balance between heaven (blue) and earth (red).
Black shorts and socks complete the new Nike South Korea 2022 World Cup away strip.
The South Korea 2022 home and away uniforms launch on 21 September 2022, and will be debuted in the matches against Costa Rica on 23 September and Cameroon on 27 September.
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