Argentina's away shirts have mostly been dark blue or royal blue. In the past thirty years dark blue has been the most common colour. Most dark bluye away shirts feature either white or sky blue trim.
The away shorts are either white, dark blue or sky blue. The most common combination has been a dark blue shirt, white shorts and dark blue socks.
Launching their new home kit back in February this year, Argentina have revealed their away kit which will be used at the upcoming 2015 Copa América in Chile. Using a common template seen on several recently launched MLS kits the new away shirt for Argentina is navy blue and features a much simp [...]
adidas have officially released the 2014 World Cup Away Kit for CONMEBOL side Argentina. The new away kit combines the tones of blue with the gold from the crest [...]
Following the leaked pictures we had brought you yesterday about the new Argentina home and away shirts, now we have the official pictures which the South American team will use during the 2011 Copa America. The new home shirt features light blue and white stripes whilst the sleeves are light bl [...]
The 2015/16 Argentina away shirt used a common template as seen on several MLS kits of the same year however the South American adidas manufactured shirt was constructed for the 2015 Copa America competition. The away shirt was traditionally navy blue and featured a much simpler design compared to their away kit used at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. A plain navy blue design was used with additional white trim on the adidas three-stripes and sky blue on the base of the shirt. Although breezing into the Copa America final, hosts Chile managed to dramatically overcome Argentina on penalties to lift the prestigious trophy.
The 2014 World Cup away shirt for Argentina epitomised the combination of a classically coloured strip of which used a modernistic design to catch the eye. Using the commonly seen base-coat of navy blue, lighter shades of the same colour created a hooped effect through a gradient pattern flowing across the entire body. The 2014 World Cup was heartbreaking for Argentina after being beaten by Germany in the final through a late goal by Mario Gotze.
Constructed by adidas for their 2012 Copa America campaign, Argentina's 2011/12 away shirt showcased an innovative design through the addition of a striking chest panel of sky blue and white to headline the otherwise understated navy blue strip. Although possessing arguably the most aesthetic away shirt and talented squad within the 2015 Copa America, Argentina didn't perform to expected levels and were defeated at the quarter-final stage.
Argentina's 2010 World Cup shirt, manufactured by adidas, showcased a slight change in usual design criteria seeing a bold base-coat of royal blue steal the headlines over the more commonly seen navy examples of past. The entire away shirt posed in the solid royal blue colour-way before displaying classy white strokes at the equally classy collar, however both couldn't combine to help Argentina in their World Cup quarter-final against Germany who easily defeated the South American's 0-4.