Sweden Shirts

Sweden Shirts

Sweden Shirts

Sweden are one of the best Scandinavian nations and they currently play in the UEFA confederation where they last competed in the 2012 UEFA Euro where they failed to reach the quarter-finals playing alongside England, France and Ukraine. Manufactured by adidas, Sweden wear yellow home shirts with blue shorts and yellow socks with blue trim which reflects the country's national flag. Their away kits are black with yellow and blue trim. Sweden previously had Umbro producing shirts but a deal in 2013 saw German brand adidas take over as the 'Blagult' kit manufacturer.

The Swedish team played their first international game against Norway in Gothenburg on the 12 July 1908 winning by the amazing score of 11-3. Sweden play their home games in the 37,000 capacity Rsunda Stadium, in Solna.

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Pure patriotism - adidas issue the Sweden national team a trademark home shirt display of yellow and blue. Showcasing a brand-new adidas kit template, Sweden's newly unveiled home shirt for the 2016 European Championship has been composed with a combination of traditional colours alongside modern [...]

As part of Stockholm Fashion Week, the Sweden Women's national football team have officially revealed their new kits for the 2015-16 international season. Created by Swedish designer AltewaiSaome, the new home and away kits are again supplied by adidas [...]

Sweden known as Landslaget in Swedish play their home games in yellow shirts, blue shorts and yellow socks. The shirt has been pulled on with some success on the world stage, finishing second when they hosted the World Cup in 1958, and third twice, in 1950 and 1994. Their best showing in the European Football Championship came yet again when they hosted as they reached the semi-finals in 1992.

Famous Swedish players to play for the country include Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrik Larsson, Thomas Ravelli, Anders Svensson, Sven Rydell, Gunnar Nordahl and Olof Mellberg.

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