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Switzerland 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

Switzerland plays in the UEFA confederation and one of the European teams to participate in the 2018 World Cup. The Swiss generally wears red home shirt and white away jersey. Puma is the country's kit supplier since the early 2000s.

Switzerland Home Kit

The Switzerland national football team played their first international in 1905 against France losing the match 1-0. The Swiss home shirt has been consistent throughout its history boasting a red base with white trim. For Euro 2020, Switzerland added a twist to their red home kit with the use of maroon for the accents.

Switzerland have reached the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup on several occasions but have never gone past that stage. The hope for a red Switzerland shirt lifting either the World or Euro Cup continues.

Switzerland Away Kit

The previous white kits of Switzerland feature relatively simpler design elements like bands, trims, pinstripes, and half-and-half makes.

The Euro 2020 Swiss away kit features a unique multicoloured half triangles that overlap. The design choice is meant to represent the Swiss Alps on the shirt.

2022/23 Switzerland Home Shirt

The mid-nineties Switzerland teams brought the nation back to the biggest stages of world football, and even reached as high as third in the FIFA rankings. Their shirts were usually accented with white. And so to honour their contributions, the Puma home kit of the 2022 Switzerland side is predominantly red with a white halftone gradient design on the collarbone area, comprising of lines that tone down in width and intensity towards the bottom. There are additional white details such as the logos and the trim on the collar.

2020/21 Switzerland Home Shirt

The Puma Switzerland 2020 home shirt is now rounded in the neckline, departing from the V-shape of the away uniform. It is also generally red with maroon draping over the entire shoulder area, serving as the background for the pink Pumas on the sides.

It also features the trio of Crafted from Culture, Puma, and Swiss football symbols horizontally placed in respective order on the chest, all sandwiched by thin horizontal lines. The thin horizontal lines themselves seem to be closely underlined further with equally thin broken lines. These linear patterns appear again along the midsection, this time sanwiched by single lean lines.

A pink Suisse branding is on the back of the collar, and the rest of the backside share the same red shade as that of the front.

2022/23 Switzerland Away Shirt

Switzerland's 2022 World Cup Puma away is white at the upper part and light grey at the lower half, with a striped transition around the middle. As for its red box number, it is designed with interrupted outlines and rounded corners, in addition to the solid band covering the top and carrying the team crest and national flag on each side. Also in red is the Puma logo, also in the middle. 

2021/22 Switzerland Away Shirt

The 2021-22 Puma Switzerland away kit is primarily white with red as the only other colour accent popping out from the design elements and logos. While still placed centrally on the chest, the symbols are now vertically lined up instead of horizontally like previous away jerseys. From top to bottom, the order is the Puma Cat, the SUISSE branding (the native language wording of Switzerland), and the national flag. Like the Puma away kits launched at that time, the Switzerland away jersey has shoulder linings and horizontal ones, one beside the nation's text.

2020/21 Switzerland Away Shirt

The Swiss National Football team now have a 2020 away kit.

Prominent in the white away shirt created by Puma is the crisscrossing of four multi dotted inverted Vs that look inspired by the Swiss Alps of the Alpine Region, though it is also said that they represent the four official languages of Switzerland, namely, German, French, Italian, and Rhaeto-Romanic. From left to right, the inverted Vs are coloured with light shades of pink, green, purple, and maroon.

Above the Alps-like design, right in the chest area, are the Swiss national football confederation symbol on the left, the maroon Puma cat on the middle, and the maroon Crafted from Culture symbol on the right.

The V-neck collar is also maroon with a white Suisse branding and also stops right at the shoulder-front body panel demarcation line similar to that of the Italian away jersey. Puma cats also appear on either side of the shoulders.

The Swiss national team played their first game in Paris on the 12th February 1905 losing 1-0 to France. Switzerland currently have the FIFA headquarters in the country and the President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino was born in Switzerland. The side have had several well known players to play for the 'Schweizer Nati' including Alexander Frei, Tranquillo Barnetta, Stephan Lichsteiner, Xherdan Shaqiri, Diego Benaglio, and Granit Xhaka.

Switzerland have featured in three World Cup quarter-finals in 1934, 1938 and 1954 with the Swiss being hosts on the last occasion. The best finish so far for the Swiss in the Euro is the Round of 16 finish in 2016.

Heinz Hermann holds the record for the most number of appearances with 118 and Alexander Frei holds the record for the most number of goals with 42.

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