Even if you don’t like football it is easy to have an opinion on how each team looks.
Very similar to the English home kit, the USA ‘s first strip is white with a red and blue trim on the sleeves. It is also similar to their previous home kits but with a more modern finish.
The saving grace of this jersey is the detailing. While there are many other red jerseys at the tournament this year, the stripes on this US jersey are more easily seen from a distance. The jersey also has the same nice finish of the home kit.
The colour orange is unmistakably Dutch and this kit is no exception. While there is little difference between this strip and previous iterations, this kit works well for the Netherlands and is clearly a unique kit.
The uniqueness of this kit comes mainly due to the colour. The detailing fades nicely into the darker shorts and the colour and prominent placing of the emblem means you can easily identify this Netherlands outfit.
This dark blue jersey is traditional and very similar to past Japanese kits because of this it lacks the modern finish of most other kits at the women’s world cup and the shorts appear to be a different shade to the jersey. However, sticking to this tradition means fans can easily identify the Japanese team.
Though more of a grey, Japan’s second strip is still very similar to many of the white kits at the tournament this year.
Germany’s home kit is very similar to those of the past. The difference is the added colour in the pattern across the chest. This has made the kit more interesting and hells differentiate it from the other white kits.
Germany has chosen red for their second strip, changing from the green of the past. It has the same pattern as the Spanish away jersey though the contrasting red and black make it more apparent.
Since the introduction of Nigeria’s new first strip, it has become one of the most identifiable and sought after kits. The chevrons in neon green and black provide a new spin on the country’s colours and are the reason its one of the world’s most popular kits.
Choosing a darker colour than their previous away jerseys has worked well for the Nigerians. It has given the numbers and badge more clarity and overall the jersey has a sleeker and more classy finish.