Spain World Cup Home Shirt for 2014 Brazil: Leaked [PHOTO]

A new photograph of Spain’s 2014 World Cup home shirt has been leaked on the Internet, following up on the two previously leaked photographs of the national jersey for the current World Cup champions.

Designed and manufactured by adidas, Spain’s new shirt retains its famous red colors but is accentuated by gold trim — featuring the three adidas stripes running down the arm, the Spanish national football federation crest, stripes down the side of the shirt, the FIFA logo commemorating their World Cup champion honor and the adidas logo.

In terms of style, the design of this Spain shirt is far better than the current one that features the over-sized yellow v-sign on the upper half of the shirt. With the above one, I’d like to see more photographs and how it looks when worn by footballers before sharing my final opinion.

Here are leaked photographs of 2014 shirts for ColombiaPortugalHolland and USA.

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One thought on “Spain World Cup Home Shirt for 2014 Brazil: Leaked [PHOTO]”

  1. That’s sharp. I like it a lot better than that V-neck thing they wear now.

    The only thing that bums me out about sexy kits like this is that I can’t really buy them. I mean, I’m a USMNT fan and I casually follow the England team because I’m familiar with most of their players from the EPL. But, I can’t imagine when I’d ever wear a Spanish kit. It’s a lot of money to spend on something that I’d probably never wear…..

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