adidas Reveals 2018 World Cup Away Kits for Germany, Argentina & Spain

As well as new jerseys for Belgium, Colombia and host-nation Russia.

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With the 2018 World Cup less than 100 days away, adidas has revealed a string of away kits for countries including big hitters Argentina, Spain, and Belgium as well as joint-favorites Germany. These new jerseys follow on from the home kits from the sportswear giant, which were unveiled back in 2017.

For the Germany kit, adidas has taken inspiration from its iconic 1990 away kit, which the team wore in the semi-finals of its triumphant World Cup campaign. Elsewhere, this World Cup will see Argentina wear black for the first time, while Spain will step out in a tonal blue kit with red Three Stripes branding. As well as the above kits, adidas has also revealed the away kits for Sweden, Colombia, Japan, Mexico and host-nation Russia. Take a look through all nine new away kits — modeled by the likes of Lionel Messi and Mesut Özil — and head over to the adidas Football web store to get your hands on them.

In related news, Nike has unveiled the three jerseys that Portugal will wear to the tournament.

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