With the 2022 FIFA World Cup set to kick off in Qatar in exactly two months, just about every nation participating has released new national team kits. Some will be worn a handful of times in friendlies before the World Cup, while others will make their debuts in Qatar.
Check out the kits unveiled so far below …
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The Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) has not yet unveiled any kits for the 2022 World Cup, nor have they announced which company will manufacture their kits. Most recently, they wore kits made by Majid, but have also worn kits by Uhlsport and Adidas since 2018.
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Tunisia’s kits will be made by Kappa.
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Canada will wear the same kits they’ve worn in friendlies and CONCACAF World Cup qualifying matches for the past year as Nike says Canada Soccer is “on a different kit development cycle” than other national teams it outfits.
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Cameroon wore Le Coq Sportif kits during the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, but then the country’s football federation unilaterally ended that contract in July. About six weeks later, the federation announced it had signed a kit deal with One All Sports, a manufacturer best known for its motorsports gear. Kits haven’t been released yet, but One All Sports is selling a line of shirts, jackets and training pants in its online store.
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Some photos courtesy Todo Sobre Camisetas