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Italy 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

The Italians play their home games in a kit of blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks. The colour light blue favoured by many Italian sports teams gives the side its nickname of the Azzuri. The shirts have featured as winners on three occasions in the World Cup. Many famous faces in football have pulled on the Italy shirt such as Roberto Baggio, Franco Baresi, Giuseppe Bergomi, Paolo Maldini, Paolo Rossi, Christian Vieri, Gianfranco Zola and Andrea Pirlo.

Italy Home Kit

Since Italy's first international the side have worn blue shirts. Italy's first shirt was a sky blue shirt with white shorts and black socks. The team are nicknamed Gli Azzurri meaning 'The Blues' due to historic traditions dating back before Italy became a republic. The Regal Family Savoia ruled the Kingdom of Italy and their flag was blue and the side honour that by wearing blue shirts even though the country's flag is green, red and white. Puma's 'Crafted from Culture' kits saw the Euro 2020 Italian home kit in traditional blue with renaissance design.

2022/23 Italy Home Shirt

The Italy 2022 Puma Home was the country's last shirt from the Wild Cat brand before adidas took over again as its kit maker. It recognised the nation's four World Cup titles in 1934, 1938, 1982, and 2006 through a quarter design featuring two shades of blue. The edge of the round collar had a striping pattern of the Italian flag colours to complete the look.

2020/21 Italy Home Shirt

The Puma Italy 2020-21 home kit offers an ornate design covering the front side as well as the entirety of the sleeves. In contrast to the horizontal zigzag formation in the away kit, the renaissance graphic on the home version is grouped into alternating layers of elongated and perfectly-shaped diamonds that go across the front of the body panel.

The chest area still shows the crest and the Puma logo on the left and right side, and this time around the Puma cats colour looks similar to the shade of the stars of the association symbol. Puma cats are still added on either side of the shoulders.

The neckline seems to depart from the round, circular shape of the away uniform and is now V-shaped. It is also now collared but the collar ends on just in between of the shoulder-front division line and the point of the V-neck. Both the collar and cuffs are deep muted blue, with the cuffs having an Italian Flag underline similar to the underline of the Italia branding at the outer back of the collar.

Men's Italy Shirt

Italy have gone through a series sky blue, royal blue and dark blue shirts. The side have had iconic players wearing their blue shirt including Fabio Cannavaro, Paolo Maldini, Dino Zoff, Franco Baresi, Gianni Rivera, Roberto Baggio, Alessandro Del Piero and Giacinto Facchetti. Arguably the most famous Italian home shirts are the kits worn in 1990 and 2006 successful world cup campaigns.

Children's Italy Kit

The Italy national youth side represent reams at U-21, U-20, U-19 and U-17 youth levels. Italy have had a strong tradition in producing and developing youth talent to become football stars in Italy and Europe.

The U-21 side have been veru successful on the European stage. They have won the UEFA U-21 Champiosnhip on five occasions.

Gli Azzurri' or Italy are one of best nations teams in the world in terms of World Cup titles where they have won four Cups with the latest being in 2006. Despite the Italian flag being green, red and white the nation wear blue to honour the House of Savoia, the ruling house of Italy from 1861 to 1946 who had blue as their colour. Italy shirts are manufactured by German brand Puma. Italy feature several household names in their current roster including Gianluigi Donnarumma, Jorginho, Lorenzo Insigne, and Andrea Belotti.

The Italian national team played their first game against France in Milan, Italy on the 15th May 1910 winning 6-2. Italy play their home games in several different stadiums around the country. Italy have worn blue shirts since 1911 but their first ever kit was white a year before.

Italy have hosted the FIFA World Cup on two occasions in 1934 where they also won the tournament and in 1990. They have won the World Cup on four occasions in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006.

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