Even if you don’t like football it is easy to have an opinion on how each team looks.
Cameroon’s jersey is not easily identifiable. The colours are similar to many other countries from the Confederation of African Football. What this jersey does well is in keeping elements of past iterations namely the lion symbol worked in on the shoulders.
Choosing yellow instead of the previous white was a clever move for Cameroon’s away strip. The kit itself is the same as the home jersey only with the colours reversed. Yellow is a less common colour among the teams of the final 16 and in this case it will work well for Cameroon.
France’s home kit is very traditional but with a modern finish. It's difficult to have a unique uniform using red white and blue but this kit is unmistakably French.
Like their home jersey, Lez Blu ‘s second strip is very French and very modern. The new spotted design is unlike any other kit at the Women’s World cup and builds on the style of their previous away kit which contained small strips of colour.
Despite its more modern finish, the Brazilian first strip is almost identical to those of the past.
In a lighter blue, the away kit contrasts well with the bright yellow numbers making them easily readable. The subtle patterns on the jersey give it a clean finish and the white shorts break up the colour of the matching shirt and socks.
Spain’s home jersey has a nice cut and sleek finish. It is quite traditional and reflects many of the country’s past kits. The detailing adds an interesting element to the shirt however it is difficult to see from a distance.
The Spanish second strip can be easily confused with almost any of the other white kits at the world cup this year. There is some slight patterns on the shirt however it is almost impossible to see unless you have front row seats. This kit is also let down by the use of black trimming as opposed to the red of previous years.