The jaguar is powerful and ferocious, but that same strength and fierceness add majestic sense to one of the biggest cats in the world. With its Amazon stronghold in Brazil, the Panthera Onca is being tapped by the nation to unite all Brazilians as powerhouse Brazil unveils its kits for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The Seleção kits pays tribute to ‘the courage and culture of a people who never give up.’ Most importantly, the outfits represent currently the most successful national team in international football, having won the FIFA World Cup five times.
Vibrante e arrojado, o uniforme 2022 da Seleção Brasileira homenageia a coragem e a cultura de um povo que nunca desiste. Inspirado na garra e beleza da onça, a camisa une todos os brasileiros.#VesteAGarra
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2022 World Cup Brazil Home Kit
Brazil will always go for that traditional full yellow look, but this year’s home shirt will get an inspirational boost for the Selecao’s quest of its sixth title from the specific shade: the same one used on the 2002 Cup-winning kit. As mentioned above, the jaguar is central to the design, featuring the animal’s spotty spots for its all-over subtle pattern. Further contributing to the traditional look are the usual accent colours of green and blue prominent on the sleeve cuffs and collar, and their edges.
2022 World Cup Brazil Away Kit
The partnering Brazil away kit goes with blue as expected. The base has a clean application on the body and has a greenish fade on the sleeves, revealing the Jaguar spot design. The green sleeve cuffs this time have yellow on their edges, a reversal of some sort relative to that of the primary kit.
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Based in the Basingstoke, Chester is Senior Editor at Football Shirts. A Manchester United fan, Chester works freelance at a variety of print magazines after graduating with a degree in Journalism from Sunderland University.