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World Cup 2022 kit ranking Who has best jerseys in Qatar?
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World Cup 2022 kit ranking: Who has the best jerseys in Qatar?

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The2022 FIFA World Cupis just around the corner, and while teams are naming their squads and final preparations are underway in Qatar, our thoughts are with equipment managers of all 32 participating teams. Theyre packing up and shipping out a colorful collection of kits and training tops -- meticulously mapped out years in advance by the likes of Adidas, Nike, Puma and more to shine brightest on the biggest stage in sports -- that help make each edition of the tournament so memorable.

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Because the world wont be able to take its eyes off this quadrennial competition for the next six weeks, its about time to dissect each and every one of the teams jerseys, so neutrals can build their viewing schedule around the most aesthetically pleasing contests -- and we can all block off small windows of productivity when this tournaments ugly ducklings go head-to-head. We have analyzed every home and away kit to be worn at this World Cup, and ranked them in the form of a bracket that mirrors the format of the tournament itself -- from the group stage, through the knockout rounds and all the way to the final.

Home:The hosts have taken a fairly ordinary, conservative approach to their home kit, but at least its executed cleanly. This jersey celebrates the flag of the host country, according to Nike, and its distinctive serrations can be seen in the cuffs.

Away:This shirt is a little more adventurous, and its all the better for it. The desert color scheme is understated but stands out by being different, while the overlapping circle pattern delivers a sharpness to a nebulous design inspired by the countrys coastline.

Home:Ecuador may have been the final side from South America to qualify for Qatar 2022, but this has all the makings of a group stage spoiler. The deep yellow base and red-and-blue accents are subtle but sharp, and the hidden-in-plain-sight zigzag pattern is the sort of attention to detail that rewards anyone who wears this jersey.

Away:La Trihave gone for a bolder look with the away shirt, and this graphic pattern effectively hints at the countrys vibrant culture. Opting for a subtler base color in navy keeps this jersey from overwhelming the eye and infuses the aesthetic with a touch of elegance.

Home:Puma has reverted to a throwback logo and typeface for Qatar 2022, and that decision feels holistic with this Senegal jersey. The chevron design across the chest gives off vintage vibes, further enhanced by Pumas old-school branding, and the colors of the countrys flag truly pop against the white base.

Away:Another choice Puma made for this tournament was to introduce this template, which is ... well, its a choice. There isnt a single team supplied by Puma at this tournament thats able to successfully pull off this centrally aligned template that looks more like a running bib than a soccer jersey, making Senegals hopes of emerging from this group slim.

Home:With their nickname as theOranje, its not often when you can feel let down by a Dutch home kit, and yet, here we are. The color of this kit looks more yellow than the traditionally rich orange hue weve grown accustomed to, and the graphic pattern has the look of a T-shirt picked up off a 13-year-olds bedroom floor.

Away:When Netherlands opt for a blue-and-orange away kit, it always pops, and thats true in this instance. However, Nike also have a polarizing template at this tournament, with awkwardly shaped panels beneath the collar and under the arms, and drawing attention to that with large areas of black detract from the natural complementing that blue and orange do for each other.

Home:Theres plenty to unpack in what appears at first glance a fairly simple white shirt. The shoulder pattern recalls the design of early-1980s jerseys, while the navy and sky blue bring back fond memories of the legendary Paul Gascoigne and the 1990 World Cup, and the gradient from navy to sky balances that nostalgia with firm modernity.

Away:More flashbacks to Gascoigne and Italia 90 with the Three Lions away kit, a collared red top thats a dead ringer for the uniforms worn on that run to the semifinals. And again, England have sharply contrasted that history with a strikingly bold yet unquestionably contemporary neon-sky crest and swoosh.

Home:Iran also have kits that bring back those 90s feels. The graphic sprawling across the chest is reminiscent of the bulbous design language that was all that rage 30 years ago, but it feels like a stretch to call this top a throwback. Instead, it simply feels dated.

Away:Iran wont get any prettier in their away fixtures against England and Wales. In fact, the red base further fuels those 90s vibes, recalling the days when the more colors you could squeeze onto a shirt, the better.

Home:Can you picture the U.S. Soccer Federations Soccer House in Chicago full of ex-Millwall fans chanting No one likes us, we dont care? This jersey has been universally panned since it leaked months ago. The template is a disappointment, but the pair of sleeve Swooshes inspired by American football jerseys -- as opposed to Nikes branding on the chest, as its traditionally done in this sport -- is a slap in the face to a supporter culture that routinely has heated debates over whether the game is called soccer or football.

Away:Theres nothing subtle about tie-dye, so the decision to use such a fun graphic in a monochromatic gradient of navy misses the mark. The USMNTs corresponding tie-dye training kits (white with bright blue and red tie-dye elements) look infinitely more fun and tease a disheartening what if.

Home:The zigzag tonal stripes, made up of countless tiny diagonal stripes and slashes, elevate what could be considered a fairly simple shirt. The faintest touch of green around the crew neck really makes this shirt sing.

Away:The red-and-green wedge pattern on the collar feels like a nice carryover of the design language from the home shirt, but its arguably a bit too bold set against the rest of this plain white T-shirt. Some texture, or a jerseywide graphic element incorporating green or red, wouldve gone a long way toward livening this up.

Home:When you have an iconic look like Argentina do -- theAlbicelestehave featured vertical stripes in white and sky blue, looking like an Argentinian flag hung from a balcony, since 1908 -- the difference between a good kit and a bad one is in the details, and this years edition has a standout Easter egg. Around back, an Argentina flag pours out of the collar and flows down the back of the shirt like another stripe.

Away:Oh. Oh, dear. If youre a glass-half-full person, youll be excited by the various shades of blue and purple, all of which complement each other. Its just a shame that such brilliant bold colors are overshadowed by this blue flame graphic that feels like a modern reboot of garish 1990s overexuberance.

Home:The pattern is fun, its interesting, its different. What, exactly, it is, we couldnt tell you. But for a collection of seemingly haphazard brushstrokes, it comes together pretty nicely.

Away:The away jersey is where the Saudis have stepped up. The Green Falcons away kit may look an awful lot likeNewcastle Uniteds third alternate shirt this season, but its in the details where it stands out. All over this shirt is a faint graphic pattern of feathers, which ties in beautifully to the teams name but also looks like high-end wallpaper youd see on home renovation shows -- and thats a good thing.

Home:Mexico have never been short on strong designs, but even by their lofty standards, their 2022 kits are impressive. The detailed pattern emanating from the collar and stretching all down the front of the shirt -- a nod to Quetzalcoatl, an Aztec god whose name translates to feathered serpent -- grabs your attention and refuses to let go.

Away:Can you win the World Cup in the group stage? If not, why not? This away jersey is gorgeous, the off-white working wondrously well with the deep, rich red of all the accents. And Mexico have again turned to Quetzalcoatl for graphic inspiration, with this print celebrating the deitys other depictions.

Home:This just about works. The silver shoulders are filled out with a graphic meant to evoke images of feathers from an eagles wing, paying homage to Polands coat of arms. Its understated, maybe too understated for its own good, but it does an admirable job of balancing creative spirit with clean design.

Away:Now, this -- this is understated. And its so, so clean. CouldLiverpoolwear it? Sure.Manchester United? Why not? No, there isnt much in the way of design elements drawing inspiration from Polands history and heritage, but this is the sort of jersey you could feel comfortable wearing without feeling self-conscious about eye-gouging colors or dizzying graphics.

Home:This is a look that could only be pulled off by a team going into a World Cup as defending champions and favorites. Its elegant, its regal, the opulent gold crest and swoosh standing out in the most formal of ways against that deep navy shirt. And the single button and almost Mandarin-like collar add a touch of character to a classy kit.

Away:France let their hair down with this one. The royal blue lends the shirt some exuberance, but that energy almost feels wasted against a borderline staid graphic pattern. There are subtle, grayscale images of the Arc de Triomphe and the French Football Federations headquarters of Clairefontaine. Beautiful and meaningful choices for design inspiration, but they dont match the verve conjured by that Game Royal.

Home:Making use of Australias sporting colors, green and gold, the Socceroos are always standouts in the kit department. With such a strong palette, though, less is more. This sponge-paint graphic is a little too much.

Away:The choice of neon seafoam green as an accent color is bold, and it should have worked, but its use in the awkward neck panel to accentuate Nikes template for this tournament makes this away jersey look more like a training top. Its training wear where brands like Nike can be more forceful in pushing their templates and patterns, not something to be worn at a World Cup and remembered for decades to come.

Home:This is a protest. All the branding, accents and even the crest are all the same red as the rest of the jersey, making those details practically invisible.

At Hummel, we believe that sport should bring people together, and when it doesnt, we are eager to speak up and make a statement, kit supplier Hummel said in a statement. Thats also why the new Denmark jerseys for the upcoming World Cup have been designed as a protest against Qatar and its human rights record. ... We dont wish to be visible during a tournament that has cost thousands of people their lives.

Away:Why all black? According to Hummel: To honor the migrant workers that have died building Qatars World Cup stadiums, as well as the families left behind.

Home:The print adorning the front of this shirt is inspired by ancient Carthaginian armor. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but wearing a shirt modeled after forebears from 200 B.C. who fought the Romans must surely do something for the Tunisians motivation.

Away:The away top is an inverse of the home kit, which feels a little ... indifferent. Its good to see a kit from Kappa, though.

Home:La Rojas home kits are typically predictable, and this years is no different. The navy trim is a little too conservative, and the fact that it features prominently on the collar, the Three Stripes, down the sides of the shirt, on the shorts and the socks weighs down what this kit could be.

Away:This, however, is one of the best in the tournament. The colors of the Spanish flag on the Three Stripes pop against the sky blue, and the bright royal shorts and accents bring out the base color incredibly well. The abstract pattern printed across the shirt, and even on the socks, is fun without being overpowering.

Home:The Costa Rica FA introduced a new crest a year ago, and while thats not news, it deserves mention for being well executed and an immense improvement over what came before. The home jersey is simple and clean, but the chunky cuffs detract from that aesthetic.

Away:Theres just not enough happening here, and what is happening is that chunky cuff. White kits can be tricky. They need strong and well-thought-out accents to truly pop, and this jersey lacks that. Its too simple for its own good.

Home:Germany wore a similar-looking kit (albeit with a red base instead of white) when they reached the Euro 2008 final, and theyll be hoping for similar luck in Qatar. The thick black stripe down the middle of the shirt is accentuated by the metallic gold crest and Adidas logo, and the German flag being incorporated into the collar and the striping down the side of the shirt is a smart addition.

Away:Germany have created a theme across their jersey sets by carrying the metallic gold accent work over to the away kit, and thats something few teams in this World Cup have done successfully. The abstract black-and-red pattern printed on this shirt feels somewhat similar to others on this list -- even in this group -- but it looks nice and is a strong foundation for those beloved gold accents.

Home:Japan took inspiration from the Sashiko stitching technique found on the countrys traditional kimonos, and the varying brightness of those white graphics further emphasize the bright blues weve come to expect from this team.

Away:There is so much potential in this jersey. The continuation of that graphic pattern found on the home kits, implemented in a blue-and-red color scheme reminiscent of those images that come to life with blue-and-red 3D glasses, is a huge win. Expanding that print beyond just the shoulders couldve made this one of the shirts of the tournament.

Home:Welcome to Flavortown! The flames on the sleeves are apt for a team known as the Red Devils, but the Guy Fieri vibes are a lot.A lot.

Away:The Belgian FAs partnership with Tomorrowland, an iconic music festival held every summer in Boom, just outside of Antwerp, has inspired this away kit, with a beautifully fresh graphic design born from the festivals famous fireworks. That the pattern is restricted to accent pieces leaves you wanting just that little bit more, though.

Home:Canada wont get new kits for the World Cup because they are on a different kit development cycle, according to Nike. In fact, these uniforms use the same teamwear template that any local team can order. Thats a big miss for the swoosh brand, and for a country that hasnt qualified for this tournament since 1986, its a disappointment for fans who wont get to celebrate the occasion with a new jersey.

Away:Im not a fan of [wearing the same kits to the World Cup], to be honest, Canada defenderSam AdekugbetoldThe Athleticin September. I just feel like every team should get a new kit for the World Cup because its a symbolic event. I dont hate it, but I would have liked to have gotten a new kit, just because its something to cherish.

Home:The last time Morocco won a match at the World Cup was in 1998, and this years home kit just happens to be closely modeled after the third jersey that the Atlas Lions wore in France. Between that design inspiration and Pumas throwback branding, this top gives you all the nostalgic feels.

Away:Morocco have one of the better examples of Pumas bizarre running-bib template, but thats not saying a lot. The shaded thick stripe down the shirt is too much on an already busy design, although the intricate detailing of the circle that will enclose players numbers is a nice touch.

Home:You know what youre going to get from Croatia -- a red-and-white checkerboard pattern -- this years edition sees the treatment stop and start sporadically around the area where the players numbers will reside. It injects a little freshness into a design that, while classic and widely loved, can at times feel tired.

Away:More checkerboard. The navy and neon aqua is a new color scheme for this team, and it works, especially when considering that the wavy and blurred lines of the pattern are meant to represent the countrys gorgeous Adriatic coastline.

Home:The shirt of theSelecaois a celebration, but the yellows, blues and greens of this years edition feel brighter than ever. (As tournament favorites, maybe theyre preparing for a celebration that will be bigger than ever.) The ghost jaguar pattern thats present all over this jersey is especially fun, without going overboard.

Away:When that jaguar print isnt pulled off in a stealth way, as we see on the sleeves of the away kit, its a bit much. Applaud Brazil for looking for design inspiration in a locale as beautiful and wondrous as the Amazon rainforest, but discretion is the better part of valor.

Home:Simple and elegant. The rich, deep shade of red is perfectly offset by just the right amount of gold accents. The subtle Serbian crosses, borrowed from the countrys coat of arms, keeps the jersey interesting without looking too busy.

Away:The good: Those subtle Serbian crosses continue, creating a theme across the teams home and away kits; the metallic gold accents continue to look elegant. The bad: that Puma running-bib template.

Home:One thing that Puma has gotten right at this tournament -- with some of its teams, anyway -- is the throwback designs that correspond with its new branding. The increasingly thick horizontal stripes from the chest to the shoulders would look right at home on a shirt from 40 years ago, and the V-neck collar adds to the pleasing aesthetic.

Away:That the gradually thickening horizontal stripes carry over from the home jersey is a nice touch, but to incorporate that design element, plus the Swiss flag and the FAs logo all in and around Pumas running-bib template is far too much for one single area of a shirt.

Home:The graphic treatment on both of these kits gives off major Autobot vibes. Its been four years since the last Transformers movie, so that reference feels a bit dated, but with a new film coming out next year, maybe Cameroon are just ahead of the curve. The overall creative concept and, if photos do these tops any justice, quality of this jersey looks like a big step down from what Le Coq Sportif had been providing the Indomitable Lions.

Away:Carrying over the Autobot graphic does hit the mark for consistency in theme, but it also lacks imagination. Its not a particularly strong design, and to simply apply it to a white base rather than the homes green feels formulaic.

Home:This is a bold design choice. The green and red of the Portuguese flag used together can overwhelm, and with each of them featured so prominently here, they threaten to do so. However, Nike says that the goal for this top was to make it look like the players were literally wearing a flag. If thats the case then job done.

Away:Portugal typically show off some of the best away kits, but this years are something of a letdown. Creating a horizontal bar across the chest that mimics the countrys flag is a creative concept, but its not as eye-catching as what were used to seeing from Portugal.

Home:These are pretty simple. Maybe too simple. But the plain white top is unquestionably clean, and the Ghanaian flag being used as the cuffs pops nicely against all that white.

Away:Among the least offensive of Pumas running-bib templates, but thats not saying a lot. Looking at this shirt with a glass-half-full mindset, the flag is again incorporated into the sleeves, but its less successful than it is on the white shirt.

Home:This might be the best jersey Puma brought to Qatar. Uruguays traditional sky blue is unobstructed by design gimmicks, and the almost shawl-looking collar done up in white, matching with the white cuffs and single white button, completes an incredibly crisp shirt.

Away:Putting aside the running-bib template, which is hard to do, the verticalAlbicelestestriping down the front of the shirt is awfully reminiscent of an Argentina jersey. There probably wont be many in Montevideo who are too thrilled by that comparison.

Home:The shade of red is attention-grabbing without burning out your retinas, and the tiger-stripe-look shoulders continue a design theme that Nike and South Korea crushed with their away kit in 2020. This is a strong offering without being overpowering.

Away:With other teams in this tournament, Nike has prioritized its template over the overall design, but here, the template takes a back seat to the incredibly colorful swathes of blue, red and yellow brushstrokes. This is the sort of creativity that makes kits from World Cups so memorable.

This is a meeting between two kits that strive to be neat and tidy, and unfortunately for Wales,Ecuadorhas one of the cleanest shirts in this tournament -- not to mention an edge in the accent details.

Its a shame that these two teams meet so early in the competition. France have some of the best kits at Qatar 2022, butMexicoare finally through to thequinto partidoafter a comprehensive defeat ofLes Bleus.

This is an interesting matchup, because as the runners-up of Group C, the Saudis get to don their falcon-feather away kits. Unfortunately for them, this is aDenmarkshirt that has a slick look and even better messaging.

This could have been a close matchup had Qatar been able to wear their away kits as Group A runners-up, but becauseEnglandwere winners of Group B and could select their home whites, the tournament hosts were forced into their fairly pedestrian home strip.

Belgium get the opportunity to take it to one of the stars of the group stage by wearing their lovely festival-inspired away jersey, but the Samurai Blue ofJapanis just too much.

This isnt necessarily the best round-of-16 matchup, but its certainly the closest. Uruguays home shirt is arguably the cleanest in the whole tournament, but it wouldnt be a World Cup without a knockout-round run fromBrazil.

Another perfect home-vs.-away matchup and another squeaker. Spains aways are some of the best in the tournament, and its such a tight contest against the traditional checkerboard ofCroatiathat this one is going to extra time, whereby the kits not worn will decide it, and the Checkered Ones have a definitive edge in that department.

Serbia can feel proud of their effort in reaching the last 16, but theres not enough in that Puma running-bib template to troubleSouth Korea.

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This is an upset in every sense. Brazils yellow kit is practically synonymous with the World Cup, and while this poppier yellow can compete with the bold blue ofJapan, the home team in this contest has a more coherent design from top to bottom.

A quarterfinal appearance for Ecuador is a huge achievement, and against different opponents they couldve potentially reached the final four butMexicoget to wear their stunning away kit here and the matchup isnt even all that close.

Its a shame to see a proud footballing nation with a rich tradition of impressive kits get shown up like this, as Croatia never stood a chance.South Koreaget to wear their stunningly beautiful away jerseys. The semifinals beckon.

Sooner or later, Denmark were going to run out of steam, and it happens in the quarterfinal round. Its a narrow victory forEngland, whove somehow made a run to the final four without wearing their superior away top. Is it ... is it coming home?

It was fun while it lasted, Japan. Maybe had that vintage-3D-look print extended throughout their away jersey, they couldve taken the game toMexico. But it doesnt, andEl Triare on to the final!

You could say England were unlucky in that their away strip clashes withSouth Koreas home, but even if you let the Three Lions wear their reds, theyre still not knocking off the dazzling multicolor away shirt. Its still not coming home. Sorry, England.

What a matchup! First of all, we get South Korea in that fetching away kit, which is potentially the best in the tournament. But you know what else is one of the best shirts in the tournament? The green ofEl Tri. Mexico, whove never played a fifth game at a World Cup since 1986, win the World Cup of Kits.

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