German sportswear manufacturer Adidas today unveiled the home shirts of its sponsored countries which will be proudly donned by the players during the international break.
A HOST of nations will be wearing their new kit this week ahead of next summer’s Euro 2020 tournament.
Hungary’s new strip is based on an abstracted version of the country’s flag, let’s say it’s a classic Hungarian kit.
Hungarian squad will wear their new kit against Urugay in Friday’s friendly match in the new Puskás Aréna.
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According to The Sun, Adidas’ Senior Design Director Juergen Rank commented:
“It was a unique challenge to develop a line of jerseys that would successfully convey the raw emotion and unifying effect of football. But beginning the creative process focusing on hand drawings enabled us to be more direct, human and emotional in what we created.We’re delighted with an end result that truly succeeds in uniting the worlds of art and football.”
“The Puskás Arena has a huge impact on us, the venue is full of energy. We are very proud to play here after our great predecessors. I’m lucky because this moment is given to me.