Six new adidas away shirts have been unveiled ahead of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, with Germany, Spain, Sweden, Japan, Argentina and Colombia all handed fresh and striking looks.
Each new design is specifically inspired by the country’s own natural landscapes.
All the shirts also feature the latest in adidas fabric technology. The Argentina, Colombia, Germany, Japan and Spain jerseys use materials with HEAT.RDY technology to keep players feeling cool and comfortable. AEROREADY technology in the Sweden kit uses sweat wicking or absorbent materials so that players will stay feeling dry.
As has become a regular feature of adidas kits in recent years, authentic and replica versions of each are made using recycled materials. The yarn contains 50% Parley Ocean Plastic intercepted on remote islands, beaches, coastal communities and shorelines, and 50% recycled polyester.
As many as 10 of the 32 teams competing at the tournament in Australia and New Zealand will be wearing adidas kits. New jerseys for Costa Rica, Italy and Jamaica have already been unveiled, with Philippines still to come as they compete on the global stage for the first time.
All federation kits are available to purchase from March 23rd via adidas.com and in adidas retail stores, with Authentic versions retailing at €140 and Replica versions retailing at €90.