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Mexico 2020 Kits

Mexico currently play in the CONCACAF confederation where they are one of the best nations along with USA and Honduras. Nicknamed 'El Tricolor', Mexico play in green home shirts with white shorts and red socks which are supplied by adidas. Mexico have appeared in the FIFA World Cup on 14 occasions with their best position was in the quarter-finals in the 1970 and 1986 tournaments. The club's most famous player in their current roster is arguably Javier Hernandez who plays for Manchester United.

The Mexican national football team known locally as the Tricolores or Tri for short played their first international match against Guatemala in Guatemala City, January 1st 1923, with Mexico winning 3-2.

Jared Borgetti holds the record for the most number of goals with 46 and Claudio Suarez holds the record for the most number of appearances with 178.

Mexico play their home games in green shirts with white shorts and red socks, the away kit is white shirts, green shorts and white socks. The Mexican shirt has graced many World Cups, however they have only made the quarter-finals twice, in 1970 and 1986, both times when Mexico were hosting the tournament. The nation was the first team to officially release their home shirt for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

World Cup Kits

Mexico currently wear green home shirts with red and white trim which has not been the primary shirt for the nation as white and red has also been used as the primary colour for Mexico. The home shirt for Mexico at the 2014 World Cup has a two tone green base, with white touches on the chest, sleeves and adidas three stripes add to the design. The graphic around the FMF’s crest (in the middle of the shirt) is designed to express the strength, passion and pride of Mexico.

The 2014 World Cup away shirt for Mexico features a striking fluoro red colour along with black trim on the collar, sleeve hems, chest and branding. adidas’ signature three stripes have been coloured in a slick black. The most commonly seen away shirt for Mexico has seen a white colour which makes this new red edition much more unique.

In 1958 Mexico introduced green as the primary colour of the home kit with red and white as the trim. This colour scheme has stayed the same ever since. For the 1998 World Cup Mexico used a unique tribal pattern stamped into the green.

Mexico released their away shirt in February 2014 revealing a vibrant red and black coloured shirt with a similar design on the front to their home shirt.

Mexico's 1970 home shirt is one to remember. The shirt was dark green, with a white and red V-neck colour and matching detailing on the arms, the kit used the country's national colours into a simple and recognisable design.

Another iconic shirt to remember was the one used at the 1950 World Cup in Brazil. In a match against Switzerland both teams were presented with red home shirts where Mexico decided to choose another shirt. The Mexicans had local club Cruzeiro give their shirts for the match. Mexico's temporary home shirt saw a white and blue display which were the home colours of Cruzeiro.

Other memorable shirts included the kit used at the 1998 World Cup which saw a dramatic tribal design included on the whole shirt. The away shirt in that tournament also saw the same tribal design but on a white kit.

In the 80's Mexico had their shirts supplied by adidas then Umbro in the 90's, Nike in the early 00's and then back to adidas from 2006 onwards.

When talking about away kits Mexico have either used black or white colours. Other common displays have seen a white shirt with green shorts and the occasional red display.

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