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Mexico 2022/23 Kits

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Mexico usually play their home games in green shirts while the away kit is white. 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.

Mexico Home Kit

Mexico continued to use black as seen in their recent home kit history. The 2021 edition made waves with its choice of real magenta for its all-over Grecas print. Aside from the graphics, pink also accentuates the pipings of the collar and sleeve cuffs, as well as the shoulder stripes.

Mexico Away Kit

The 2021 white away kit is heavily influenced by the adidas Condivo 20 template. It has the straight-cut v-collar, relatively broad sleeve cuffs, shoulder stripes, and tonal handpaint graphic. The stripes and the cuff on the left of the wearer are red while those on the right are green.

2022/23 Mexico Home Shirt

After testing out black with grey and black with pink these past few years, adidas reverts back its Mexico home kit to the national colours of green, red, and white, just in time for the 2022 World Cup. The primary design element is the tonal graphic, inspired by the cultural god Quetzalcoatl, draping over the upper part of the shirt in a striped, zigzag orientation. Completing the national colour application are the white logos and red template details like the shoulder stripes and lateral trims.

2021/22 Mexico Home Shirt

Mexico continues its break from the traditional green home kit by having its 2021 home kit in black, a trend it started in 2019. This time around, a standout pink graphic called the 'Grecas' adorns the front side and the sleeves. The said print is reminiscent of the traditional Mexican fabric designs. Aside from the 'Grecas,' the shoulder stripes and the tippings on the cuffs and collar are also pink. The adidas logo is white while the team crest is mainly black and white, retaining the green and red elements beside the PASION and ORGULLO brandings. The backside is clear of any design element.

2022/23 Mexico Away Shirt

Featuring an off-white base, the Mexico away shirt provides a clear backdrop for the dark red (almost maroon) details such as the shoulder stripes, monochrome logos, and all-over graphic. The said graphic is more pronounced and explicit in its Quetzalcoatl inspiration than that from the home.

Mexico currently play in the CONCACAF confederation where they are one of the best nations along with USA and Honduras. Nicknamed 'El Tricolor', Mexico normally plays in green home shirts with white shorts and red socks which are supplied by adidas. Mexico have appeared in the FIFA World Cup on 16 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 Hirving Lozano who plays for Napoli.

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. They play their home matches in Estadio Azteca located in Mexico City.

Javier Hernandez holds the record for the most number of goals with 52 and Claudio Suarez holds the record for the most number of appearances with 177.

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