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Lithuania 2022/23 Kits

Lithuania are a European nation who play in the UEFA confederation wearing yellow shirts with green trim and their away kit is usually green. The nation have never qualified for the FIFA World Cup or the UEFA European Championship. Tomas Danilevicius holds the national record for the most number of goals with 19 and Andrius Skeria holds the record for the most caps with 84.

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2020/21 Lithuania Home Shirt

The Lithuania 2021 home kit features a simple combination of a yellow base and green accents. Produced by Hummel, the shirt displays broad chevrons along the raglan sleeves. The round neckline and the sleeve cuffs are also eye-catching because of their construction, with the former flanked by wide side panels along the raglan sleeves and the latter outfitted with angled cuffs. A lone black detail comes from the crest showing the outline of the Coat of Arms. There is also a debossed print of the minimalist logo on the front of the kit.

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The Baltic nation of Lithuania played Estonia in their first international fixture in 1923 and continued on the world scene until they lost their independence to the Soviet Union in 1940. Lithuania reclaimed their status as an international football team in 1990, when they played Georgia on 27th May.

Lithuania’s are known as a tall race of people and their main national sport is basketball, meaning Lithuanian football struggles to be popular enough for the nation to do well on the world stage. They have yet to make an appearance at a European Championship or World Cup Finals.

Their finest hour probably came in September 2006 when Lithuania managed to hold current World Champions Italy to a one all draw in Naples, in the Italian's first competitive fixture since their tournament win that summer.

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