Joining the likes of Colombia and Russia, Spain is the latest Brazil-bound national team to receive a new kit ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Spain will look to defend its 2010 World Cup title in a vibrant red and gold kit that is sure to seal of approval from La Roja fans.
The new look marks the first time in history the Spanish national squad will play head to toe in red kits. The entire uniform—from the shirt, to the shorts, to even the socks—is predominantly red, and features gold highlights, including the iconic adidas Three Strips and the crest of the Royal Spanish Football Federation. The jerseys also feature a special pat commemorating Spain’s 2010 World Cup championship—something the team will surely look to expand on this time around.
Similar to the rest of the adidas-branded World Cup kits, Spain’s are constructed using adizero technology, making them some of the lightest to ever hit the pitch (40% lighter to be exact).
Fans can also suit up in their team colors by heading over to adidas.