Sweden 2022/23 Kits
Sweden are one of the best Scandinavian nations and they currently play in the UEFA confederation. They competed in the 2018 World Cup where they reached the quarterfinals. Their next tournament after that is the Euro 2020. Sweden traditionally wear yellow home shirts and blue away kits.
Sweden Home Kit
The Sweden kit collection includes strips produced by both Umbro and adidas. Ever since signing to become the 'Blagult' kit manufacturer in 2013, adidas has remained on the role. Regardless of supplier, Sweden's home kit has always been yellow.
Sweden's home jersey for Euro 2020 opts for a simple clean look, similar to that of the 2013 and 2017 editions.
Sweden Away Kit
While Sweden had at times white and black shirts, the majority of their away kits remained traditionally blue. This usually complements the yellow home kit in representing the major colours of the Swedish flag.
Sweden's Euro 2020 away kit incorporates a vertical pinstriped design, the first kit to do so since their white away kit in 1982.
2020/21 Sweden Home Shirt
Created from the adidas Condivo 20 template, the yellow-based shirt of Sweden's 2020 home kit features high sleeve cuffs, three stripes on the shoulders, and a high collar with the ends seamlessly connected to the arching shoulder-torso division. The collar, stripes, and cuffs are navy blue, with the cuffs further striped across in the middle by royal blue. The Sverige badge on the left chest as well as the 'SVERIGE' branding on the upper back are in light blue. The Adidas on the right chest is black.
2020/21 Sweden Away Shirt
The Sweden 2020 away kit colours have been flipped relative to the home shirt, and navy blue is now the base of the shirt, with yellow used on the shirt's applications. This includes the SVERIGE branding on the upper back, the trim on the v-neck, the shoulder stripes, the cuffs, and the Adidas symbol on the right chest which sits exactly opposite of the badge on the left. Another yellow application is the vertical, equidistant pinstripes that run the entire length of the front as well as covering the entire sleeves.
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 50,000 capacity Friends Arena.
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 when they hosted and 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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