Italy Euro 2016 Kit Released: See photos of Italy's EURO 2016 home and away jerseys
The National Football Team of Italy took to social media to release the official Euro 2016 kit. Designed and produced by Puma, the home kit was revealed last year in November and it made its debut in a friendly against Belgium at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. The new kit has already gained popularity among the Italian fans and with the UEFA Euro around the corner, there will be a tremendous increase in sales.
Puma has not messed around with the minimal ink blue that the Italians have been accustomed to and they have somehow found a way to make it classier in the simplest manner. The Italian crest finds its spot on the left side of the jersey with the Puma logo on the right. The number of the players have been placed on the chest, in-between the crest and the maker’s logo. The shirt features a standard crew neck and jacquard-printed pinstripes running in the front and the sleeves, combining with gold details.
The Euro kit resembles the classic Italian combination of blue shirt, white shorts, and blue socks. The Italian crest has also been placed on the right side of the shorts with the number on the left.
The away kit was introduced this year in February.The shirt has been made in white with the Italian badge in the middle. The green, white and red stripes run through the middle of the shirt which symbolize the Italian colors. The badge features 4 stars which represent the number of times the Italian team has won the World Cup.
The away kit also showcases a blue collar which was missing in the home kit. A touch of blue stripe has been added from the shoulder to the sleeve region. The jersey numbers have been omitted in the away shirt, sparing only the Puma logo on the right side.
Here are the Italy players flaunting their new jersey.
The official twitter account of the Italian National Football Team had revealed the Goalkeeper’s kit a couple of days back before a friendly againt Scotland, much to the delight of the fans.
The maker’s focused on bringing the artistic flair that the Italian country represents and they succeeded in doing just that. Italy is a part of the Group E of UEFA Euro 2016 and they will face Belgium in their first game on June 14.