Colombia Home Shirt 2016

Adidas and Federación Colombiana de Fútbol (CFC) published the special new Colombia football shirt. White football shirt shows respects to the first national football team participated in international competition. Adidas reappears the classic white football shirts worn at American Cup in 1945 in the memory of 100 years competitions.

Vertical-stripe pattern is knitted on both façade and back with fabric. The adidas Colombia Home Shirt 2016 has been designed with inspiration taken from some of the first Columbia shirts worn in the 1940’s. Slogan knitted into back collar “UNIDOS POR UN PAIS” calls on union of the whole Colombia. Symbolic “three stripes for triumph” has vanished from cuffs, and striking navy blue runs the length of football shirt, bringing new visual experience for all people. Navy blue shorts and red socks match the white football shirt, creating a unique, fashionable and modern design. The shirts feature a simple, classy white design with accents in navy and red for a great finish. The shirt features a Navy collar and red piped sleeves for a simple but elegant design.

Football kits manufactured by adizero technology are 10% lighter than that of national football team in World Cup 2014. The lighter football kit makes players performing well in sports event. The whole back of football shirt adopts ultra-ventilate fabric aiming to release heat in sports event, following the trend of modern football.


The Colombia national football team represents Colombia in international football competitions and is overseen by the Colombian Football Federation. It is a member of the CONMEBOL and is currently ranked fifth in the FIFA World Rankings. The team are nicknamed Los Cafeteros due to the coffee production in their country.

Colombia had its strongest period during the 1990s. A 1993 match resulted in a 5–0 win over Argentina which began a special “mutual respect” rivalry between both nations. The goalkeeper René Higuita achieved fame from his eccentric scorpion kick clearance against England at Wembley Stadium in 1995.

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