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Switzerland 2018 Shirts

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, Sepp Blatter is also Swiss. The side have had several well known players to play for the 'Schweizer Nati' including Alexander Frei, Tranquillo Barnetta, Stephan Lichsteiner, Xherdan Shaqiri and Diego Benaglio.

The Swiss play their home games in red shirts, white shorts and red socks, with their away kit being the reverse; white shirts, red shorts and white socks. Switzerland have featured in three World Cup quarter-finals in 1934, 1938 and 1954 with the Swiss being hosts on this last occasion.

Heinz Hermann holds the record for the most number of appearances with 117 and Alexander Frei holds the record for the most number of goals with 42.

Switzerland currently play in the UEFA confederation and their last major tournament was the 2010 FIFA World Cup where they were in Group H with Spain, Chile and Honduras where they famously beat Spain who would go on to win the tournament 1-0 in the first Cup match. The Swiss wear red home shirts with white shorts and red socks which reflects the country's national flag and their away shirt is white with red shorts and white socks and their shirts are produced by Puma.

World Cup Kits

Switzerland's home kit uses the colours of the national flag that being red and white. A predominantly red shirt with white shorts and red socks has been the chosen design for the majority of the national team's history. The 2014 World Cup Switzerland home and away shirts were unveiled at a press conference at Letzigrund Stadium in Switzerland. The new home shirt is inspired by the Swiss flag featuring the nation’s trademark red colour along with an enlarged cross symbol on the front of the shirt. White trim is included on the sleeve hems and sides while the the collar is rounded where the shirt is complemented with white shorts and red socks.

The 2014 World Cup away kit for Switzerland is predominantly white along with red trim on the collar, sleeve hems and sides while the shorts are red and the socks are white.

In 1938 Switzerland used the scheme of the country's current colour scheme of red shirts and white trim. A red shirt with white shorts and black socks were deployed. Despite the socks changing this display has remained ever since.

In 1994 Switzerland returned to the World Cup after a long 28 year absence. They returned using a red shirt with a white collar and trim adding to the shirt's overall aesthetics.

Most recently the Switzerland team have performed above their rankings in world football where they were the only team to beat the World Cup champions Spain at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. For the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying Switzerland were seeded above the likes of France, Netherlands, Italy, England and Portugal.

adidas were the first company to supply kits to Switzerland. In the early 90's Lotto Sport Italia too over from adidas then Puma in the late 90's. The German brand Puma have remained kit suppliers for Switzerland ever since.

In terms of away kits Switzerland have most commonly used a white shirt with either white or red shorts and socks. The most recent away shirts supplied by Puma feature a white base with red trim.

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