Bolivia played his three games in the World Cup with his green home shirt, only to change their white socks in a game. days before the World Cup in Canada played against Switzerland using their change kit which I suppose is what led the U.S....nice designs by Umbro.
Classic home shirt as worn in the 1994 World Cup, last kit design by Umbro for brazilian team. one of the remarkable things about this kit is the argyle pattern socks, until now I have not seen any similar. Brazil change some textile designs that occupied in the preliminary round, change kit was modified immediately for next year, leaving world cup 1994 blue shirt unique and very hard to achieve.
umbro introduce a textile design based on the ball of the Colombian Federation logo with some variations between home and away shirts. In the game vs Switzerland team, we could see yellow socks in home kit instead of the traditonal red ones.
Adidas was the brand in World Cup 90 for orange boys. A new kit supplier has arrive for KNVB, the Italian sportswear manufacture Lotto. In his recent global expansion had touched the orange team among other national selections and clubes. Basically Lotto designs for this era were based on printed fabrics and a classic polo shirt.
Adidas made a unique kit design for Nigeria 1994 team. I do not understand exactly why, maybe it's because it was the first appearance of Nigeria in a World Cup Finals. Here is a very rare kits as worn Nigeria when the side topped Group D, with wins over Bulgaria and Greece, but lost to eventual final lists Italy in the second round.
as Romania, Bulgaria wore the adidas stripe concept kit. This one is a classic and remembered adidas kit, for me is the best kit in wc 94, the combination of colors made a perfect visual and impact balance. No design pattern was made for the fabric. something that we see in Romania kits.
Norway kits as worn at the 1994 World, good combination of colors for a nice uniform. Adidas combine the big-V neck whit his tradicional stripes and the big side stripes for home shirt, for away shirt the 1994 diamond pattern substitute the big side stripes. Almost All possible adidas combinations was used for Norway.
Classic design shirts as worn at World Cup USA 94 when the Swedes surprised everybody to reach the Semi-Finals only to lose out to Brazil (worn away kit) after a late Romario strike. The side eventually finished 3rd though, after thrashing Bulgaria in the 3rd/4th Place Play-Off. The pattern of the shirt includes the logo of the federation over the adidas stripes. I could not find the adidas logo in the socks in any photo, seems to really not include adidas logo for Sweden socks.
Romania wore an alternative adidas design made for not elite national teams, this stripe concept was an evolution of earley design for qualification stage where the stripes were in right shoulder. This one is a classic and remembered adidas kit. Something that is curious to me is that no design pattern was made for the fabric. something that we see in the rest of 1994 adidas kits.
With Ireland's place in USA '94 assured, Adidas introduced their new designs. The aggressive Opel branding was gone and the new green shirts featured diagonal shadow stripes and an intricate design, based on the FAI crest, not good woven into the front of the shirt was added too. The change kit featured Adidas' three-stripe motif in a very unusual fading pattern edged with orange, logos were above the outside stripes being very on the edge causing poor appearance.
Second time Spain Federetion dressed with Adidas for world cup tournament, the red/blue combination is a pretty one kit despite adidas diamonds pattern that is considered one of the worst adidas designs. May notice that the shorts adidas logo is on top of the diamond pattern causing visual noise, and worse in the white kit the logo embroidery is in red on top of a red diamond.....what happend with the adidas designer????
One of the kits most illustrious in the history of the World Cup, and Germany is probably best remembered by the world. Adidas design created a very illustrative of the nineties that ended with the tendencies of those years to putting prints patterns in kits....soon in Euro 96 until now, the solid and retro kits will be fashion recurrence.
For this ocation adidas design home shorts with elusive horizontal stripes, in my opinion the mix of horizontal and vertical stripes does not look good. The away shirt is very rare and highly collectable away kit as worn at USA 94 when Argentina thrashed Greece with Maradona wildly celebrating his sensational goal. An all-time classic.
Mexican Team from the promotion league, based in Leon city, the Mexican footwear industry. I present the kire-1 fantasy kits 2011 for this team, actually requested by my good friend Alan. The original kit is based on green shirt and white shorts and green socks. I return with the redesign in white socks went back to the most traditional of team kits. yellow color regularly is not commonly used in the kit, but this time decided to give importance.
For the change kits use the short green and yellow/white shirt. All white is used in traditional away kit, and can be changed to white short for third combination kit. The Tracksuit woven warm-up preserves the green as a main color, also a thin yellow line was add as an alternative to the collection of Kire tracksuits.
Mexican Team from the main league, based in Cancun, the tourist paradise. I present the kire-1 fantasy kits 2011 for this team, also redesigned the logo of the football club. The original kit is based on dark blue stripes and dark red, shorts and socks in dark blue. I return with the redesign in arlequin type to differentiate its resemblance to the famous Barcelona FC, with white socks went back to the most traditional of team kits, in fact, the details are all white to position this color in third place as the fundamental palette colors in the club.
The change kits are traditionally white, but in this occasion light blue was the subject for Kire-1 2011 Atlante FC collection. The Tracksuit woven warm-up preserves the main colors.
Made by Umbro Mexico Home shirt as worn in the 1994 World Cup when Mexico topped the group on goal difference, with all four teams finishing on 4 points, when remains the only time in history that this has happened. Also show the controversial away kit worn vs Italy, you hate it or love it, no middle ground for this one. Note the badge is a bit different from today logo.
Here the 1994 kits used by Greece designed by Diadora during the tournament, the first from left to right was a Extremely rare home shirt as worn in qualification for the 1994 World Cup. The side won Group 5 without losing a game to make it to the finals for the first time in the country's history, making this kit historic. the rest are the home and away kits respectively used during the group games of the WC.
Uruguay wore the blue combination in the Copa America 1995. The Charruas returned to use sky-blue/black combination during the 1996-98 international campaign, the competitive fixtures in this period were Confederations Cup 1997 and qualification games for the 1998 World Cup. A fantastic design shirt and a great piece of Uruguay memorabilia.
Extremely rare Reebok shirt from the first major tournament the 'new' Russia played in, number 9 Salenko memorably scoring a record 5 goals in the 6-1 thrashing of Cameroon. The design was not the best effort of the brand, particularly after the previous 92-94 acclaimed shirt.
Classic design shirts from the World Cup of 1994 which USA hosted, especially away shirt, USA reached the second round with a 2-1 win over Colombia, and a 1-1 draw with Switzerland, but lost out in the knockout to eventual winners Brazil. Highly sought after shirt!
Green was restored to the home kit in the form of a host of trimmings, including Umbro logos combined into strips at the cuffs and thigh. An extravagant change kit was unveiled in August 1994. Based on a dark blue/green, the shirt was adorned with a swirling motif that owed more to abstract art than anything connected with Wales' football heritage. It was the fashion of the period to place crests on an additional shield and this was the case with the FAW badge.
Kits designed by Puma for the campaign of the World Cup 1994, led by striker Toni Polster, Austria suffered another couple of years of botched qualifying campaigns, despite playing some entertaining football in the closing stages of Euro 96 qualification. No front numbers was used in the kit during the qualifying round.
Denmark made a great and stunning Danish Fairy tales in Euro 1992 by participating the tournament as a replacement team of an abandoned Yugoslavia, and then later clinched the Euro 1992 title in the end. For me this kits designed by hummel is the top of all.
Umbro's 1991 design revived the old fashioned style of stockings albeit with an abstract motif that was repeated on the shorts and right sleeve. When compared with the revolutionary new change kit, the home outfit looked positively conservative. The white shirt featured a dramatic red and purple flash and was paired with purple or white shorts.