Wales 2022 World Cup Kit

Wales play in Group B at the 2022 tournament, here you’ll find all the latest Welsh football kits, including for their appearance at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar:

Wales 22/23 Home Kit

2022/23 Wales Home Shirt

The 2022 World Cup adidas Wales home kit features a predominantly red shirt with a tonal zigzag pattern made prominent by a dazzling effect (emblematic of a fire-breathing dragon that encapsulates the spirit of the nation). The narrow round collar carries out a striped aesthetic in green and white, with the template should stripes and side trim applied in the former and latter, respectively.
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Wales or 'The Dragons' currently wear an all red home kit with multicoloured sleeve cuffs, one of the kits manufactured by adidas. Wales who currently boast world class players including Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey play in the UEFA Confederation.

2020/21 Wales Home Shirt

Wales Home 2020/21 KitThe Euro 2020 Wales team home kit courtesy of Adidas has been officially introduced.

It is predominantly red and houses the new simplified Welish badge and the golden-coloured Adidas sign on the left and right side of the chest area respectively. Except for the trademark pattern that got replaced with a plain red, other Condivo 20 features are present, like the stripes stitched on the left and right shoulders, the V-shaped neck with the Condivo collar, and the striped cuffs.

The collar area is of the same red as the rest of the kit while the sleeve cuffs and the shoulder stripes are somewhat sunsets yellowish in shade. The stripes on the yellow cuffs are concentrated around the middle, with a central white closely paralleled by both green and red above and under.

At the back of the kit, just right below the collar, is a circle containing the countrys national flower daffodil surrounded by the Gorau Chwarae Cyd Chwarae motto.

Men's Wales Shirt

Wales football team player their first international in 1876 against Scotland losing 4-0. The nation are the third oldest international football team in the world and they have worn an all red home kit for most of their history.

Notable players to have worn the Welsh home shirt include Ryan Giggs, Craig Bellamy, Gareth Bale, Ian Rush, Neville Southall, Trvor Ford, Ivor Allchurch and Dean Saunders.

The Welsh play in a home strip comprising of a red shirt. The red shirt is worn with pride by all players but with few stars they struggle to beat the big nations.

Wales played their first international against Scotland on the 26 March 1876 in Glasgow losing 4 - 0. The Wales national football team's only World Cup appearance was in 1958 where they drew all their matches in their group and reached the Quarter-finals, losing 1-0 to Brazil. Wales qualified in the 2016 Euro and reached the semifinals. They again play in the Euro 2020. Wales play their home fixtures at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Chris Gunter with 99 appearances has pulled the red shirt on the most and Gareth Bale is the highest goal scorer. Ryan Giggs, the Welsh Manchester United legend, currently manages the national team.

Wales World Cup Kits

Wales World Cup 2022 Kits World Cup 2022 - Against the backdrop of consecutive Euro appearances (2016 and 2021), the inclusion in the World Cup 2022 was arguably a continuation of that growing talent in Welsh football. After losing to Belgium in the very first qualification match, Wales did not look back and went on a winning streak (the last few matches being multiple play-off matches) en route to securing a slot to the tournament proper. Apart from the Belgium loss, the only bump on nation's qualification road was the delay of the play-off finals against Ukraine due to the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Wales was slotted in group B alongside fellow UK country England. adidas provided Wales with a predominantly red home shirt that featured a dazzling zigzag design inspired by a fire-breathing dragon, and a white away kit with a dynamic collar pattern comprised of the national colours.

Wales 1958 World Cup Kits World Cup 1958 - Call it fate, but Wales' participation in the 1958 World Cup in Sweden was an unexpected development. The nation came up short in the qualifying stage, placing second in Group 4 behind winners Czechoslovakia. However, Israel was ordered a qualification play-off against one of the second-placing European teams as it reached the final stage of the qualification without playing a single match (due to multiple withdrawals from their Africa/Asia opponents due to the Suez crisis). Wales beat Israel in both legs of this mandatory play-off, but even this was not originally meant for Wales. Belgium, who was actually drawn first, refused to participate. The second leg was an eventful one for then Wales Manager Jimmy Murphy (also the assistant manager of Manchester United at that time), as the match was scheduled on the same day as the European Cup quarter-final game between Manchester United and Red Star Belgrade. Choosing to lead his country, Murphy missed the latter (and consequently the Munich Air Disaster). Moving on to the World Cup proper, Wales drew all of their group games before winning the tie-breaking match against Hungary, a 1954 World Cup finalists. Unfortunately, Wales' first World Cup appearance was ended by eventual champions Brazil, courtesy of the lone goal from none other than a 17 year old Pele. The nation's kits at that time were produced by Umbro and displayed classic features such as the deep neckline along with a broad and straight v-collar. The home shirt was red with white sleeve cuffs and collar, while the away was yellow with green (ironically the colours of the 1958 World Cup champions).

The Welsh play in a home strip comprising of a red shirt. The red shirt is worn with pride by all players but with few stars they struggle to beat the big nations.

Wales played their first international against Scotland on the 26 March 1876 in Glasgow losing 4 - 0. The Wales national football team's only World Cup appearance was in 1958 where they drew all their matches in their group and reached the Quarter-finals, losing 1-0 to Brazil. Wales qualified in the 2016 Euro and reached the semifinals. They again play in the Euro 2020. Wales play their home fixtures at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Chris Gunter with 99 appearances has pulled the red shirt on the most and Gareth Bale is the highest goal scorer. Ryan Giggs, the Welsh Manchester United legend, currently manages the national team.

Wales Kits at European Championships

Wales Euro 2020 Kits Euro 2020 - Wales takes the second spot in Group E behind first-placed Croatia to add another major tournament to their name after Euro 2016. They start Euro 2020 in Group A together with Turkey, Italy, and Switzerland. Their kit manufacturer is adidas and as such, their red home kit share some trademark features from the brand such as the yellow shoulder stripes, broad v-neck collar, and broad yellow sleeve cuffs that have a central white horizontal stripe flanked by green and red ones. The same can be said with the yellow away kit that features a subtle abstract pattern and also the shoulder stripes, which in this shirt are green.

Wales Euro 2016 Kit Euro 2016 - Debutants Wales arrived at Euro 2016 not only with the world's most expensive player of at that time in Gareth Bale but also with arguably the classiest home shirt on display through a simplistic red entirety with complementing strokes of crisp white applied to the v-neck collar and adidas three-stripes that ran down the shoulder panels. A contrasting away shirt posed a more modernistic visual through a hooped display of two-tone grey flowing across the body whilst light green accents are used at matching regions. The nation made a good account of themselves for their maiden tournament by reaching the semifinals and producing a victory upset against favourites Belgium.