Scotland 2022/23 Kits
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Scotland wears navy blue shirts with the same coloured shorts and socks as a tribute to the country's national flag. The home kit is supplied by German brand adidas who took over from Diadora in 2009. Established in 1873 Scotland are one of the oldest national teams in the world today and the squad features several players who play in England's Premier League including Liverpool's Andrew Robertson, Manchester United's Scott Mctominay, and Arsenal's Kieran Terney.
Scotland Home Kit
Scotland usually wear dark blue shirts with white shorts and dark blue socks which were the colours of the Queen's Park team who represented Scotland in their first international. For Euro 2020 though, it'll be an-all blue outfit. The shirt has a ragged hoop design across the front and red-white sleeve cuffs.
2022/23 Scotland Home Shirt
Scotland's 2022 adidas home is dark blue shirt with minimal purple accents, confined to the template shoulder stripes and side trims. As a nod to the nation's heritage, the sleeve cuffs contain tartan detailing. This year's home kit actually looks like a toned down version of the Umbro produced 1994 home kit, which had the tartan detailing right on the body itself.
2020/21 Scotland Home Shirt
The Scotland Adidas 2020 home kit is predominantly navy blue, with darker shading on the shoulders and back and lighter one on the front and sleeves. The scaled-down base colour on the front and sleeves allows the tonal handpainted hoop outline pattern to be visible, while the back sports an entirely clean look. Other colour applications are the white shoulder stripes and the red and white horizontal split on the broad sleeve cuffs. Blue shorts and socks complete the new Scotland home strip.
Men's Scotland Shirt
Scotland have not always played in blue where on a number of occasions between 1881 and 1951 they played in primrose and pink. Scotland have had several big names to wear their home shirt including Kenny Dalglish, Alex McLeish, Jim Leighton, Paul McStay, Kenny Miller, Denis Law, Hughie Gallacher and many more.
Children's Scotland Kit
The Scottish national football team have played international football longer than any other nation in the world along with England, who they played against in the world's first international football match at the West of Scotland Cricket Club, Partick, in 1872. The match ended in a nil nil draw.
Scotland play their home games in blue shirts and now play their home games at Hampden Park, Letherby Drive in Glasgow.
Kenny Dalglish holds the record for the most caps in a Scotland shirt with 102 and he also holds the joint record with Denis Law for the most goals scored (30). Scotland has become famous for its travelling support, the Tartan Army, who have won numerous awards from FIFA and UEFA for their combination of rabid support and friendly nature. The Tartan Army are often considered the best national team fans in Europe, if not the world.Find Away Kits Here
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