Who Wears What Brand At The 2014 FIFA World Cup?

Who Wears What Brand At The 2014 FIFA World Cup?

Who Wears What Brand At The 2014 FIFA World Cup?

With the qualifying stages for the World Cup officially over, we’ll take a look at what we expect to see each national team wearing at next year’s World Cup in Brazil.

The FIFA World Cup is officially sponsored by German brand adidas and they have eight teams wearing their signature adidas stripes at the World Cup. American brand Nike have the most with ten teams and Puma comes in at second equal with adidas with eight teams. Other brands include Burrda (Belgium), Marathon (Ecuador), Lotto (Costa Rica), Joma (Honduras), Uhlsport (Iran) and Legea (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

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Bear in mind in any last minute shirt deal changes these are the brand’s we will see at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

adidas have the likes of World Cup champions Spain, World Cup favourites Germany and Argentina while Nike have hosts Brazil, title favourites Netherlands as well as England, Portugal and France while Puma dominates Africa including Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana and European sides Italy and Switzerland, and CONMEBOL side Chile. The likes of Umbro, Warrior Sports and Errea will have no teams at the FIFA World Cup.


Posted on November 22, 2013


Comments on “Who wears what brand at the 2014 FIFA World Cup?”

  1. Sinoos

    Iran will wearing uhlsport

  2. De Griezmann Belgium

    what team will be using uhlsport

  3. Francis

    #8: not really. Givova is basically a fork of Legea, since it was founded by one of the Acanfora brothers, founders of Legea.

  4. Me

    Legea owns Givova, so it’s basically the same thing.

  5. Francis

    BH will wear Givova. Like Catania, Chievo and Malta.

  6. NCW #1

    I can confirm that Costa Rica will definitely wear Lotto for the World Cup. They just renewed their contract with FEDEFUTBOL (our FA) and they will continue outfitting all national teams until 2018.

    To confirm this, Lotto just launched a commemorative kit based on the one that was premiered in the 1990 World Cup against Brazil (which was also worn against Sweden) and will be worn on all pre-World Cup friendlies barring the very last one prior to departing to Brazil (mid to late May), in which the World Cup kit will be premiered instead.

    This is the aforementioned kit:

    It also means that all rumours that said that Adidas was taking over (starting 2015) are quashed. They originated based on hearsay on Facebook pages. One (dis)reputable FOX journalist picked up the rumour and has maintained silence regarding it since it was ruled out.

  7. Mitchivic

    What’s Wrong with Burrda? Nike and Adidas are ok but they need more competition otherwise their shirts lose their appeal as proved by most comments on their shirts. IT’s a catch 23 situation.

  8. Eddy

    Belgium are a nice team, they deserve something better than Brrrda.

  9. Gaz

    Nike are boring sH1t

  10. Bumblebee Man

    barring the big 3 – I would opt for a Hummel kit

  11. Statto74

    Bosnia & Herz. are in talks with a couple of leading brands, so Legea may well lose their only side.

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