Poland 2022/23 Kits
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The Polish national football team are well know for their many world cup qualifying campaigns with England over the years. Poland nicknamed the red and white or in polish: Bialo-czerwoni. They have a few World Cup appearances, their best results coming in 1974 and 1982 when the finished 3rd on both occasions.They recently had their Euro debut in 2008 and qualified for the 2012 and 2016 Euros. Consistent with their nickname as the Whites and Reds, their home kit, which is supplied by Nike, has a white shirt. Their away kit simply inverts the colour of the home uniform.
Poland Home Kit
Poland had different kits produced by different kit suppliers like Lotto, adidas, and Puma, before settling with Nike in 2012. Their 2019 centenary football shirt has a half-and-half design of white and red, emblematic of their nickname Bialo-czerwoni.
The home kit has traditionally been adorned with the white eagle, the Polish coat of arms like several other national teams. The home kit usually features a white shirt with red shorts and white socks with variants of red and white trim on the shoulders, sleeves and socks. The Polish home kit has a history of mixing it up with its logo placements. For Euro 2020, the team crest is placed centrally on the chest , with the kit supplier logo sitting on its upper right corner (when viewed from the wearer's perspective).
Poland Away Kit
Poland's red away shirt has seen several design elements over the past many years, most especially given their interactions with a variety of kit suppliers. Some red Polish away kits had seen subtle graphics, band designs, and striped patterns.
The Euro 2020 Poland away kit keeps it simple, sticking with the traditional red and essentially mirroring the clean look of the home kit in reverse colours.
2022/23 Poland Home Shirt
The 2022 Nike World Cup home of Poland is predominantly white that has a clean application on the torso, sleeve cuffs, and collar. The raglan sleeves, on the other hand, features a light grey graphic that is loosely based on the looks of eagle wings.
2020/21 Poland Home Shirt
The Poland Nike 2020 home kit is mainly a white shirt for a clean, classy look with some minor red accents. The polo collar is half white, half red, with the red part occupying the edges. The same colour pattern is reflected on the cuffs.
Poland's home kit is one of the few kits with asymmetrical logo placements, with the Polish crest going front and centre of the chest while the red Swoosh appears on its top-right corner when looked upon from the wearer's perspective.
2022/23 Poland Away Shirt
Poland wears a red Nike away shirt for the 2022 World Cup. The only design element on the kit is the singular red striping on white for the sleeve cuffs and round collar.
2020/21 Poland Away Shirt
The Poland 2020 away kit is almost the exact opposite of the home kit as the colours have been interchanged, and has an only small amount of changes introduced.
The main colour of the new Nike away outfit is now red and the applications are white. The logo is still front and centre with the white swoosh on the badge's top right corner. The v-neck is no longer polo collared and instead simply uses a seamlessly integrated white v-collar. The half-white half red pattern is applied on the cuffs, with the red part still on the edges. The white zaps on the sides are made visible by the red base.
In recent years the Polish national football team has become a prominent force in European football as the current roster of players is spearheaded by the prolific Robert Lewandowski. The nation hosted the 2012 UEFA EURO with Ukraine where they failed to progress past the group stage. They drew to Greece and Russia and lost to Czech Republic.
Poland played their first international game against Hungary, losing 1-nil in Budapest on 18th December 1921. At the Munich Olympics in 1972, Poland claimed the Gold Medal, they also have two silvers from 1976 and in 1992.
Robert Lewandowski is the most capped and top goal scorer for Poland.
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