Iceland 2021/22 Kits
Managed by Lars Lagerback, the Iceland football team are nicknamed 'StrÃ¡karnir okkar' and they play in an all blue home kit with white and red trim which reflects the country's national flag. The nation have had several great players playing in their colours including Eidur Gudjohnsen, Runar Kristinsson, Hermann Hreidarsson, Guoni Bergsson and RÃkharÃ°ur JÃ³nsson.
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2020/21 Iceland Home Shirt
Iceland's 2020 home kit formally joins Puma's 'Crafted from Culture' lineup with its recent introduction. Predominantly blue with an official colourway name of 'Electric Blue Lemonade,'the home kit features the same geometrical graphic that was already shown in New York City's jersey in the 2019 Puma Influence pack. Despite the similarity, the choice of the tonal blue vertical rectangles and red line graphics is said to be inspired by Iceland's nature as well the design of the country's flag. However, one of the main highlights of Iceland's new kit is the application of their football association's new crest, an abstract symbol representing the four 'Landvaettir' of Iceland-the vulture, the giant, the dragon, and the bull. The logo comes in white, and so do the Puma cats on the right chest and shoulders. The home shirt has darker blue shade for its cuffs and v-neck collar.
2020/21 Iceland Away Shirt
Iceland's Puma 2020 away kit shares the same design elements as that of the home kit, such as the tonal vertical rectangles and the red line graphics. Overall, the away shirt has a white base colour applied to the body, sleeves, cuffs, and collar. The Puma cats on the shoulders and right chest are light blue, as well as the new Iceland federation logo.
Iceland play their home games in strip of all blue and away games in all white. The blue shirt has not featured in any significant tournament wins, but probably their most interesting fact is that a father and son pulled on the blue shirt in the same game against Estonia on 24 April 1996 in Tallinn. Eidur Gudjohnsen came on as a substitute to replace his father Arnor.
The Icelandic national football team played their first international match against Denmark in Reykjavk, Iceland on the 17th July 1946 losing 3-0. Iceland currently play their home games in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
Iceland play at the LaugardalsvAllur home stadium in Reykjavik and the nations highest ever FIFA ranking was 37 and their lowest ranking was 131 in April 2012.
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