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Croatia 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

In their home games Croatia play in a strip of red and white checked shirts. They played in their first major tournament in 1996 and have been a strong force in international football ever since, finishing third in the 1998 World Cup thanks in part to Golden Boot winner Davor Suker. Their strongest showing, however, came in the 2018 FIFA World Cup where they finished as runner-ups to champions France.

Croatia Home Kit

Croatia have one of the most iconic and recognisable football shirts in Europe and the world as it boasts red and white chequered squares. An iconic shirt worn by Croatia was the 1998 edition where the nation finished an impressive third place in the FIFA World Cup in that year. The checkered shirt once again became a symbol of achievement in the 2018 World Cup, 20 years later, when Croatia finished as runners-up.

2022/23 Croatia Home Shirt

Croatia's 2022 World Cup Nike home shirt contains the bespoke red and white checkered design. But while the traditional pattern seem to be straightforward on the raglan sleeves, it appears asymmetrically on the main body, with some of the red blocks missing around the chest and few towards the bottom half. Nonetheless, this edition of national team's home should still carry an air of familiarity for its fans.

2020/21 Croatia Home Shirt

The 2020 Nike home kit screams Croatia at the onset with its iconic, relatively large, red and white checkered pattern, with white boxes symmetrically housing the Croatian badge and blue swoosh on the left and right chest. The zap design on the sides of the body panel is also blue.

The round neck sits within a diamond seam and is red collared just a bit on the front but more on the sides. The front part of the sleeves is split angularly between white and red.

The back is mostly white, except for the collar area which has the other half of the diamond seam that forms around the crew neck, as well as the back of the sleeves which is in red. Starting from the bottom, about a fifth of the backspace is checkered.

Men's Croatia Shirt

Croatia's initial jersey was designed in 1991 by Miroslav Šutej, who also designed the nation's coat of arms. Although slightly altered by Lotto and Nike since its original release, the jersey has remained similar as a national identity, the chequered design is also used to represent other Croatian sports teams and athletes.

Children's Croatia Kit

Croatia, the Vatreni of international football, wears red and white chequered shirts whit white shorts and are manufactured by Nike. Croatia are one of the stronger European nations as they feature several well known players in their squad including Luka Modric, Ivan Perisic, and Dejan Lovren.

The Croatian national football team has played since Croatia's independence in 1990-1992 and is controlled by the Croatian Football Federation.

After the independence of Yugoslavia in 1991 Croatia gained membership from UEFA And FIFA where the UEFA Euro 1996 was their first major tournament as a country. Luka Modric is considered to be the greatest Croatian footballer of all time and is the most capped player in their history. Davor Suker, the 1998 World Cup top scorer, holds the record of top goalscorer.

World Cup Kits

Croatia's home shirt for the 2014 World Cup pays homage to Croatia’s birth as a football nation back in 1990 as it features their iconic red and white chequerboard appearance. The new home shirt combines old and new featuring red sleeves the Croatian side wore back in 1990.

The 2014 World Cup away kit features a bright blue colour along with red and white checks on the shoulders and a red crew-neck collar and red and white checks in a panel. The away kit is complemented with blue shorts and socks with red trim.

Croatia's chequered red and white pattern is one of the most recognisable designs on the globe. Along white shorts and blue socks complete with chequer trim the Croatia home kit is one of the most unique designs in football history.

On their first appearance in France 1998 the famous chequered pattern was reduced to a simple design on the right side of what was an otherwise white shirt. This design was later copied by English outfit Leyton Orient. The shirt was topped off with red and blue trim on the collar and sleeve hems. Croatia legend Davor Suker was the key player at the tournament.

The chequered style remained as the shirt's base design in 2002 and 2006 although the former incorporated white sleeves and blue trim into the design. Croatia have always played in white shorts and blue socks with red and white effects only added to the sock from 2002 onwards.

Croatia's 2006 effort was one of the most memorable World Cup shirts for the European side. The whole shirt featured their unique chequered design along with white shorts and red socks.

Croatia's kit suppliers includes an array of brands such as Lotto Sport Italia and Nike. American brand Nike took over from Lotto in the 90's and has remained since.

Boasting the likes of Luka Modric, Mario Mandzukic and Ivan Rakitic in their current side, the Croatia football team always surprise in major tournaments with the 1998 World Cup being a good example.

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