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Scotland Home Shirt for 2014/16 From adidas: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

scotland 600x358 Scotland Home Shirt for 2014/16 From adidas: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

New photos of Scotland’s home shirt for 2014/16 have been leaked on the Internet.

The new images of Scotland’s home shirt reveal a spider on the back of the shirt bottom, as well as clearer pictures of what the Scotland shirt looks like. With its navy blue design, red trim and silver lines down the sleeves, perhaps the spider is there to represent spinning the tartan/silver stripes down the side of the shirt and on the cuffs?

All is likely to be revealed on Friday when Scotland plays the United States of America in a friendly (3pm ET on ESPN2, UniMas and WatchESPN.com).

In the meantime, enjoy the photos below.

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scotland home shirt 2014 2016 new Scotland Home Shirt for 2014/16 From adidas: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

scotland home shirt back Scotland Home Shirt for 2014/16 From adidas: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

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4 Responses to Scotland Home Shirt for 2014/16 From adidas: New Leaked [PHOTOS]

  1. Taylor says:

    Horrible job by Adidas: create the same template and tweak the colors and apply it to Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

  2. Cantona says:

    It’s not that bad… Definitely better than the Diadora and Fila crap kits we had for the last couple of years. I wonder If the spider is a subtle Robert the Bruce reference.

    Cantona—

  3. Brian says:

    I kinda like it.

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