No More Adidas: Kazakhstan to Join Erreà x UEFA Kit Assistance Scheme in 2023

Kazakhstan have become the latest team to join the Kit Assistance Scheme by Erreà and UEFA.

Joining Andorra, Belarus, Cyprus, Faroe Islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta & San Marino, whose kits were already unveiled in May, the first-ever Erreà x Kazakhstan kits will only be released in 2023. This brings the total of participating teams to 9.

The partnership between UEFA and Erreà aims to benefit small and medium-sized national associations without sufficient bargaining power when negotiating a contract with a clothing supplier. Based on actual needs and voluntary participation, these federations will receive kits and other training clothing free of charge from UEFA. The program was started in 2018 together with Macron, with Erreà taking over for 2022-2026.

Kazakhstan's kits have been made by Adidas since at least 2011, with the most recent home and away releases, from 2020, featuring design's from the brand's mi Team service.

Check out the Kazakhstan Kit History on Football Kit Archive

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