Curious how today’s kits compare with those of past years? Here is a fascinating infographic comparing some of your favorite club’s kits, including the 2016 European Football Jerseys. National football kits are often a major source of pride and controversy. Have a look at this infographic and see how your country stacks up.
Spain’s 2016 kit is not different from previous years. Though now they are ditching the subtle stripes for a more classic, single color pattern.
Italy’s Puma kits are keeping the stripes but going for a more inspired vertical strip pattern when compared to the previous wave-like pattern.
Simplicity seems to be the name of the game this year. The 2016 European Football Jerseys all seem to have very minimalist patterns, including Germany. German’s classic black and white couldn’t be more basic this year, black shorts with a nearly plain-white shirt.
Perhaps the biggest change on this list is England. With a shift form red to blue that is sure to raise some fans eyebrows. Whether you love it or hate it, there is no denying this is a big change for the English team.
Did your favorite team get a big revamp this year? Football kits are always a major issue when changes are made and no sports fans are quicker to point out what they do not approve than European soccer fans. So what do you think of the 2016 European Football Jerseys?