Belgian World Cup Kit 2022

Belgium look to go one step further in Qatar, as the red devils wear adidas kits at the 2022 World Cup tournament.

Belgium 22/23 Home Kit

2022/23 Belgium Home Shirt

On top of the already vivid shade of the red body-black sleeves combination, Belgium’s 2022 World Cup adidas home kit adds a fiery graphic along the edge of the sleeves, doubling down on its nickname as the Red Devils. Yes, the nickname that is usually associated with the red half of Manchester is actually carried on by FIFA’s World Number 2 (its ranking at the moment of this writing). It’s an apt symbolism of how the players wear their football passion on their sleeves, as well as the hope that this era of Belgian talent could finally produce its first-ever World Cup title.
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Belgium play their home games in red shirts, shorts and socks. The 2020 shirt has the honour of debuting the redesigned Belgium FA logo. The Belgian's best performance is their gold medal finish in the 1920 Olympics.

2020/21 Belgium Home Shirt

Belgium Home 2020/21 KitBelgiums home kit for the Euro 2020 tournament has been officially released.

The red base of the kit is well complemented by the designs on the neckline and sleeves as well as the graphical print. The V-shaped neckline and the sleeve cuffs both have black and yellow parallel outlines, while the front side highlights two broad diagonal black and red brushstroke prints that start on the left side vertically speaking. In between the bold brushstrokes is a counter brushstroke print that has a red shade darker than the home kits primary colour.

As far as symbols go, the new RBFA badge goes on the right side of the chest with the yellow Adidas logo going on the opposite side. And in the same manner that the Welsh home kit shows a small daffodil at the back below the neckline, the back of the Belgian home kit also shows a small B icon on the same area and is made up of brushstrokes that appear on the front.

Men's Belgium Shirt

Their home shirt features broad diagonal brushstroke design on a red base. It is produced by adidas, their kit manufacturer since 2015.

Red has been the primary colour of Belgium's home kits, with a few exceptions in the 70s when the team had white home shirts. Aside from adidas, Belgium has kit history with the likes of Nike, Diadora, Burrda, Admiral, and COPA.

Belgium known as the 'Rode Duivels', currently wear red home shirts with black and yellow accents. Belgium are one of the most under rated international football teams in Europe as they feature world class players including Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Youri Tielemens, and Toby Alderweireld.

Belgium played their first international in Brussels against France in May 1902, drawing the match 3-3. They play their home games across the different stadiums in their country.

Jan Vertonghen and Romelu Lukaku holds the record for the most caps and number of goals respectively.

Belgium World Cup Kits

Belgium World Cup 2022 Kits World Cup 2022 - With world class talents like Romelu Lukaku, Kevin de Bruyne, and Thibaut Courtois at its team, Belgium entered the 2022 World Cup with a thirst for the golden trophy itself. This came after reaching within touching distance of previous titles like the World Cup 2018, the Euro 2020(21), and the Nations League 2021. The home kit truly represented this hunger, as the said shirt had an eye-catching flame graphic on the edge of the sleeves to match the black and red overall colourway. Interestingly, the away kit had a more subdued tone in its predominantly white with multicolour accents and trims to represent the 'love' message of Tomorrowland, the country's electronic dance music festival.

Belgium World Cup 2018 Kits World Cup 2018 - Belgium ended their 2018 France WC campaign on a high note, finishing third place. Such a result raised expectations that Belgium would soon bag a major title in the succeeding years. The home kit showcased a stylised, more nuanced version of the iconic 1984 diamond design, while the yellow change shirt simply took on the template Condivo 18 of adidas.

Belgium World Cup 2014 Kits World Cup 2014 - The resurgence of the Red Devils in the world stage after their last WC appearance in 2002 began in 2014. Here, they were able to reach the quarterfinals despite their 12-year absence. The 2014 home shirt had a memorable crown silhouette below the yellow-underlined interrupted tonal chest band, while the black alternate shirt employed a sash design in red and yellow.

Belgium World Cup 2002 Kits World Cup 2002 - After their R16 exit in the 2002 WC, Belgian significantly weakened as it failed to replace loss of their veterans. It took more than a decade before Belgium got placed back in the World Cup football map. Both 2002 Belgium kits employed noticeable angular panels coloured off from the base colour of the other shirt.

Belgium World Cup 1998 Kits World Cup 1998 - The standout detail of the 1998 Belgium kits was the tonal crest graphic on the front. The said visual design was made even more subtle in the white alternate shirt. Perhaps a sign that Belgium's golden age of the '80s and '90s was coming to an end, the team was not able to get past the group stage in France '98.

Belgium World Cup 1994 Kits World Cup 1994 - Most of the attention to the 1994 Belgium red home and white away shirts were focused on the sleeves and shoulders because of the draping white panel designed with diagonals and triangles with circles, overall carrying colours from the Belgian flag. For the second consecutive time, Belgium qualified directly and moved past the group stage, only to exit in the Round of 16.

Belgium World Cup 1990 Kits World Cup 1990 - Relative to each other, the white alternate shirt sported a plain look, while the red home had more activity because of the vertical tonal striped all-over pattern. Some of the standout players for Belgium at this time were Enzo Scifo and Eric Gerets.

Belgium World Cup 1986 Kits World Cup 1986 - Belgium's golden era covering the '80s and '90s peaked in 1986 with its fourth-place finish in Mexico. Their red home and white away shirts were recognisable from their other national kits through the interplay of tonal pinstripes and diagonal stripes.

Belgium World Cup 1982 Kits World Cup 1982 - Under the leadership of Guy Thys, Belgium started the greatest period of Belgian football before their resurgence in the 2010s. After their 1982 WC participation which ended in the group stage, Belgium developed a reputation for being a physical and well-organised team. Their style of play helped them reach all succeeding World Cups until 2002. Made by Admiral, Belgium kits of '82 carried the brand's bespoke seams with the national flag colours and a repeating pattern of Admiral's logos.

Belgium World Cup 1970 Kits World Cup 1970 - Before finding consistency in the '80s, '90s, and 2010s, Belgium's WC participation was sporadic, as evidenced by the gap of the 1970 WC to both of Belgium's prior and succeeding tournament participation. In an era of plain kits, Belgium differentiated their red home and white away by applying the national flag colours to their narrow v-neckline collar.

Belgium World Cup 1954 Kits World Cup 1954 - Belgium's classic kit from the 1950s involves a broad polo collar in national flag colour accents and a laced neckline.

Belgium known as the 'Rode Duivels', currently wear red home shirts with black and yellow accents. Belgium are one of the most under rated international football teams in Europe as they feature world class players including Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Youri Tielemens, and Toby Alderweireld.

Belgium played their first international in Brussels against France in May 1902, drawing the match 3-3. They play their home games across the different stadiums in their country.

Jan Vertonghen and Romelu Lukaku holds the record for the most caps and number of goals respectively.

Belgium Kits at European Championships

Euro 2020 - Belgium swept the qualification phase, winning all of their 10 matches towards being grouped with Denmark, Finland, and Russia for the tournament proper. For this edition of the Euro, the home and away Belgium kits are represented by Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, and Youri Tielemans. The red home shirt displays a modern look, showcasing a black brushstroke design and trim details of yellow and black for the cuffs and neckline. The white away jersey is based on the adidas Condivo 20 as seen with its subtle front body graphic,broad v-neck collar, and heightened sleeve cuffs with a black and red half-and-half design. Like other adidas kits at that time, the shoulders house horizontal stripes, which are red in this case.

Euro 2016 - With Belgium possessing arguably one of the most talented squads within the tournament, the team hoped to stake a serious claim for the prestigious trophy as seen within their best performance in 1980 by reaching the final. Belgium, captained by defensive giant Vincent Kompany, showcased a unique home shirt of which emulates the nation's flag through a block design of a red body, black chest and sleeves, and with yellow trim applications. An equally distinctive away shirt also featured consisting of a light blue base-coat with a Belgium flag composing the mid-chest panel.

Euro 2000 - Although Belgium struggled within Euro 2000, held on their own turf along with the Netherlands, the team including Marc Wilmots wore a modern looking home shirt of pure red with a crew-neck collar incorporating flag colours of yellow and black. Belgium's away shirt, manufactured by Nike, opted for a different kit template which saw white act as the base-coat with black and red creating a traditional polo-neck collar and complementing sleeve cuffs.

Euro 1984 - Belgium arrived at Euro '84 with arguably the most unique shirt on display. The Belgium players represented their nation in classic colours of red, yellow, and black however incorporated them through a striking argyle pattern across the chest panel. Belgium complemented their home shirt with an away look of the same design however opted for a white base to contrast against yellow and black flashes.

Euro 1980 - Euro 1980, held in Italy, saw eight teams compete including Belgium of whom produced their highest performance levels to reach the final and face their rivals West Germany only to be narrowly beaten 1-2 after a late goal by Horst Hrubesch. Belgium took to the Italian pitches in classic style through their iconic red shirts with patriotic yellow and black trim composing adidas' famous three-stripes.

Euro 1972 - Belgium acted as the host nation for the 1972 European Championship which saw the Soviet Union, Hungary, and West Germany also compete, with the latter proving the most dominant team by convincingly winning the tournament. Although Belgium failed to capture the illustrious trophy before their adorning fans, the team arguably displayed the best looking shirt through a luxurious rich red base-coat with accents of yellow and black at the sleeves to emulate the nations flag colours.