At the time of writing, we are less than 50 days away from the “greatest show on earth” that is the 2022 FIFA World Cup! A total of 32 countries will be competing in Qatar to lift the fabled trophy four years after France did. During the month-long celebration of football, footie fans all over the world will be glued to the telly and wear nothing but their team’s jerseys—which are the major highlights and talking points in every tournament. Curious to know what the FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys look like? Scroll down to find out!
All FIFA World Cup 2022 Jerseys For The 32 Competing Countries
Which nations have the best-looking football jerseys? Here’s your look at all the FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys that players will be sporting as they trudge out onto the field during the tournament.
Did you know: The national emblem of Argentina, Sol de Mayo, is etched on the back collar of the squad’s FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys.
Did you know: The home shirt design nods to the iconic Golden Wattle flower and the traditional colours of the Socceroos—the nickname of the Australian national side.
Did you know: With red and yellow flames engulfing its sleeves, the home jersey takes inspiration from the national team’s famous moniker—the Red Devils.
Did you know: Both the home and away jersey designs of Brazil’s FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys are inspired by the jaguar, an important symbol to Brazilians.
Manufacturer: One All Sports
Did you know: One All Sports inked a surprise deal as the Cameroon national football team’s new kitmaker, replacing Le Coq Sportif which has been supplying jerseys for the squad for the past few years.
Did you know: Canada is the only competing country that did not launch new jerseys for the FIFA World Cup 2022. The Canadian national team will be donning the same outfit they have worn throughout the past year instead.
7. Costa Rica
Manufacturer: New Balance
Did you know: The home and away kits are modelled after the Costa Rica national flag, which consists of red, white, and blue stripes.
Did you know: The home shirt design takes the iconic red and white checkers off the Coat of Arms of Croatia, which is the centrepiece of the Croatian national flag.
Did you know: With a toned-down and plain design, the Danish national team’s new FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys send a statement of protest against host Qatar for its human rights record. In addition, the black third kit is released to honour the migrant workers who lost their lives during the construction of stadiums for the tournament.
Did you know: A map of the South American country is etched under the back collar.
Did you know: Inspired by English heavy metal rock and claw marks, the England home kit also features a distorted Three Lions graphic on the shoulders.
Did you know: Les Bleus’ FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys collection celebrates the France Nouveau (New France), a fusion of the country’s heritage and future.
Did you know: Inspired by the national football team’s iconic moments in history with the Black Star (a well-known symbol associated with Ghana) featured prominently in the centre.
Did you know: The away jersey blurs the D of the word “Deutschland” (printed under the back collar) to reflect the dynamic football played by the current squad.
Did you know: The Blue Samurai’s FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys contain at least 40% recycled content and have an origami crow-inspired design.
16. Korea Republic
Did you know: While the home jersey centres on the motif of Dokkaebi, the legendary Korean folklore creatures which signify strength and power, the away kit highlights Taegeuk, the Korean national flag symbol that represents national pride.
Did you know: The Iranian national squad donned jerseys featuring cheetah motifs during the World Cup 2018 and World Cup 2014 tournaments. Though the cheetah has been removed from the latest kits, the animal is still represented by the spot patterns on the sleeves. The design is also thought to bring awareness to the Asiatic cheetahs which are facing extinction.
Did you know: The Mexicans’ FIFA World Cup 2022 home jersey displays the feathered headdress of the Aztec deity, Quetzalcoatl, who was the god of winds and rain as well as the creator of the world and humanity, according to local beliefs.
Did you know: The home jersey honours the Atlas Lions class of 1998, which is regarded by many as the golden generation in the nation’s football history.
Did you know: The mane of the Dutch Lion gets a new modern redesign on the iconic orange shirt, which also represents the Total Football tactical system made famous by the Dutch.
Did you know: The intricate sleeve graphics on the home kit depict the nest and feathers of a white eagle, which pays homage to the centuries-old symbol of Polish sovereignty and unity.
Did you know: Pepper Red, Gorge Green, and Gold Dart tipping used in the home jersey are nods to the Portuguese national flag. Meanwhile, the diagonal line design mimics the look of the flag wrapped around the body.
Did you know: The first-time World Cup host will be running out to the pitch in their maroon home kit with a distinctive cuff pattern design that closely resembles the Qatar national flag.
24. Saudi Arabia
Did you know: The Saudi Arabian Football Federation crest depicts a falcon which doubles as a multilingual reference to the word soccer, as it is known as saqr in Arabic.
Did you know: With a retro-inspired design, the home kit celebrates the national legends that are the FIFA World Cup 2002 squad who defeated the mighty France in the opening match and subsequently went on to reach the quarter-finals.
Did you know: The home jersey features the brand-new federation emblem and golden accents which honours the Golden Eaglets, the 2015 U-20 Champions of the World.
Did you know: A woven version of Spain’s updated team badge sits proudly in the chest area of the nation’s FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys.
Did you know: The retro design is a homage to the mid-90s generation of players who brought the national football team back into prominence on the world’s biggest football stage.
Did you know: The front and back sides of the jerseys feature an interpretation of Arabic calligraphy via a tonal effect which pays homage to the country’s culture. Meanwhile, you can also find the Tunisian national flag etched on the nape of the shirts.
Did you know: La Celeste (The Sky Blue), the nickname for the Uruguayan national football team, is emblazoned under the back collar.
Did you know: Different from all the other Nike-made jerseys, the USA FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys have the famous Swoosh logo on the sleeves instead of the chest area, which looks similar to American Football jerseys.
Did you know: Inspired by the nation’s dragon symbol with a Daffodil (the national flower of Wales) sign printed under the back collar.
Which FIFA World Cup 2022 Jerseys Are Your Favourite?
From eye-catching patterns to bold colour choices, these FIFA World Cup 2022 jerseys are set to light up the tournament and be conversation pieces when the football festival lands in November. Meanwhile, if you are planning to gear up in the fresh new kits to have a kickabout on the field with your fellow footie-crazy pals, be sure to also check out some football accessories such as football boots, socks, balls, and more!