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Spain and Germany mix it up with World Cup 2014 kits

The two European heavyweights released new strips today and won’t wear their traditional coloured shorts in Brazil next year.

The Spanish players at today's unveiling.
The Spanish players at today's unveiling.
Image: YouTube Screengrab

WITH JUST EIGHT months to go until the 2014 World Cup, many of the qualified teams are beginning to release the  kits they will wear at the finals.

Spain and Germany, positioned first and second in the FIFA rankings respectively, both unveiled their latest Adidas-made strips earlier today.

The world champions have decided to move away from the red and blue/navy combo of recent years and gone for all-red jersey, shorts and socks.

Youtube credit: Selección Española de Fútbol (SeFutbol)

It reminds us of Russia.

Germany, similarly, have ditched their black shorts for white ones. We like the jersey, though.


YouTUbe credit: bola jerman

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