Nike unveils new national team uniforms ahead of Women’s World Cup

Mar 12 2019, 5:29 am

Nike has unveiled 14 new national team uniforms ahead of the Women’s World Cup taking place this summer.

The reveal took place in Paris, France and included 28 of the world’s best football players, including Canada’s Kadeisha Buchanan, Sophie Schmidt, and Janine Beckie.


28 of the world’s top footballers in Paris to unveil the 14 new national kits (Nike).

Under the spotlight was Canada’s newest kit – the first uniform they’ve had produced by Nike.

The sportswear company and the Canada Soccer Association signed a partnership in December of 2018.


Sophie Schmidt in Canada Soccer’s 2019 Kit (Nike).


Sophie Schmidt in Canada’s new home kit (Nike).

Canada’s new kit features simple, single-tone jerseys and shorts, with slightly darker striping on matching socks.


Janine Beckie in Canada Soccer’s 2019 away kit (Nike).

Janine Beckie in Canada’s new away kit (Nike).

According to Nike, the new kits also include a number of upgrades based on player feedback.

A V-neck on the jersey, as well as removing drawcords and side-seams on the shorts were just some of the changes made. Heat mapping was also used to determine where to place ventilation zones on the uniform.

Keep an eye out for the Canadian team to don their red and white jerseys this coming June.

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