Tuesday Mar 20, 2018. 13:30
PUMA have unveiled new kits for Senegal, Ghana, Cote d’Ívoire and Cameroon national teams ahead of this month’s international FIFA breaks.
The global sports manufacturer revealed a series of new kits for the brand’s national team federations to be worn in the March international window and beyond.
Unified by colour, each shirt celebrates the elementary design features of each federation including badge, flag or iconography, allowing the supporting nation to shine through.
The Lions of Teranga will face South Korea in a friendly this week and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are up against Kuwait during this break.
“Under one design language, PUMA has created a kit design story that is clean, stylish and free of distractions,” said PUMA Teamsport Creative Director Stefano Favaro.
“Each kit is distilled to the unique and core elements that represent each Federation; from the nine blue lines on the neck of the Uruguay shirt that represent the nine original departments of the nation to the red of the national flag on the collar of the Swiss Jersey.
"When our federation's step out onto the pitch, they all play with a nation's support, and a passion for the crest that adorns their chest.
“With this clean, contemporary design statement, we wanted to strip back all the noise and elements that stand between our teams, players, and crowd, to celebrate what they play for, the badge, the flag, and the fans."
For Aliou Cisse’s men, the Senegalese will also wear their new kit at the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia in June.