The much-awaited FIFA World Cup 2022 gets underway on Sunday and each of the 32 teams competing in Qatar will wear their national colours with passion.
But before the action moves to the football pitch, here’s a look at what the world’s 32 best teams will be wearing during football’s greatest spectacle.
Qatar’s maroon shirt depicts the colours of the national flag while their ‘away’ white shirt honours the country’s pearl divers and desert.
The orange and blue jerseys of the Dutch make a comeback after missing out the last time.
Brazil will not be the only South American side sporting the yellow ‘home’ jersey at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
The green, yellow and red chevron depict the flag colours of the country and extend to the sleeve cuffs and neck.
England’s home kit has a gradient pattern down to the sleeves while the ‘away’ kit sports a blue collar on red.
Wales’ home and away kits are red and white, respectively, and the opposite of what their rivals and neighbours England will don.
The USA home and away jerseys sport traditional white and blue colours, respectively, with a solid logo at the centre.
Iran’s FIFA World Cup 2022 jersey features the endangered Asiatic cheetah pattern that appears on the top of the sleeves as well as the side panels.
As expected, Argentina go into the Qatar World Cup in their traditional sky blue and white home jersey while their ‘away’ kit features purple instead of navy blue.
Mexico too have gone with the traditional green and their ‘away’ kit in white features an Aztec design.
The design on Poland’s home kits have sleeves and shoulders resembling the nest and feathers of a white eagle.
Saudi Arabia’s jerseys are inspired by their local and abundant palm trees.
Defending champions France opted for a dark shade of blue and their ‘away’ kit is designed in white.
Denmark’s colours at the FIFA World Cup will be basic. It’s red for home kits and white jerseys for away games.
The graphic on Tunisia’s kits are inspired by the armour of the Carthaginian military commander Hannibal.
Australia’s home kit colours and design are inspired by the golden wattle flower.
Spain have gone with a darker shade of red for home kits and a retro design for the away games.
Germany will play the World Cup in their predictable black stripe in the centre while the away jersey features black and red.
Japanese football World Cup jerseys are blue and incorporate origami designs.
Costa Rica will sport a red jersey with blue trimmings.
With flames on the sleeves of the home shirt, the Red Devils will look to set the stage on fire in Qatar.
The Croats sport iconic red and white squares in the home jersey while they wear blue for ‘away’ matches.
Morocco jerseys sport the colours of the national flag on the home jersey and North African mosaics on their away kit.
The Canada kit will be the same as the team has worn throughout the past year.
The world No. 1 and five-time champions will take the field in the vibrant shade of yellow and jaguar imprints.
The Swiss team’s home and away kits are inspired by the two colours – red and white – of the national flag.
Serbia will look for golden touches on the field as they have on their home and away jerseys.
All three Cameroon jerseys have green stripes fan out diagonally from the centre.
Portugal’s two-toned home kit features blocks of pepper red and green while the away kit sports white with the swoosh of flag colours in the middle.
Both Uruguay jerseys sport a button and are in traditional sky blue (home) and white (away) colours.
South Korea’s home jersey is in a unique shade of red while their away kit highlights the colours of Taegeuk, the symbol found on the South Korean flag.
The Black Stars have the black star in the centre on the home shirt, which is white, while the away kit is red.