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Spain’s Next Home Shirt Will Be Inspired By Their Gorgeous 1994 Kit

Ahead of next summer’s World Cup the globe’s major kit suppliers are readying shirt releases.

We’ve already had a signal of what Adidas have in store for Germany, with images of their upcoming home shirt, inspired by the that famous 1990 World Cup-winning jersey, being leaked ahead of its official release. 

Now, Adidas have outdone themselves with early indications of Spain’s kit for 2018’s tournament in Russia. 

This time 1994 has provided the inspiration for Adidas’ design team, the year in which the Iberian nation made it to the quarter-finals of USA ’94 where they were bettered by two Baggios, Dino and Roberto, eventually losing the tie 2-1. 

Italy famously went all the way to the final where they were ultimately beaten by Brazil on penalties. 

This, however, is the classic shirt the Spaniards wore back then:

And with just under eight months to go until the tournament kicks off, we can now get a glimpse of just how beautiful the 2010 World Cup winners’ kit is going to be, thanks to Footy Headlines.

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