Long awaited 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Sunday, with each of the 32 teams competing in Qatar wearing their national colors with passion.
But before the action moves to the pitch, check out what 32 of the world’s best teams will be wearing in football’s biggest spectacle.
Qatar’s burgundy shirt represents the colors of the national flag, while their “away” white shirt pays homage to the pearl and desert divers.
The orange and blue jerseys of the Dutch are back after their last defeat.
Brazil will not be the only South American team wearing the yellow “home” jersey at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Green, yellow and red chevrons represent the colors of the country’s flag and extend to the cuffs of the sleeves and neck.
England’s home kit features a gradient pattern down to the sleeves, while the ‘away’ kit features a blue collar in red.
Wales’ home and away kits are respectively red and white, the opposite of what their rivals and neighbors England wear.
The USA home and away jerseys feature the traditional colors of white and blue respectively, with a solid logo in the center.
Iran’s 2022 FIFA World Cup Shirt features an endangered Asian cheetah design featured on the upper sleeves and side panels.
As expected, Argentina will arrive at the World Cup in Qatar wearing their traditional blue and white home jersey, while their away kits are purple instead of navy blue.
Argentine Lionel Messi in action during an international friendly match against the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, November 16.
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Mexico has also gone traditional green, with their white “away” kit featuring an Aztec design.
Mexico’s Jorge Sanchez runs with the ball during a friendly match against Sweden at the Montilivi Stadium in Spain on November 16
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The patterns of Polish home costumes have sleeves and shoulders resembling the nest and feathers of a white eagle.
Saudi Arabia t-shirts are inspired by the local and numerous palm trees.
Defending champions France opted for a dark shade of blue and their away kits are white.
The colors of Denmark at the FIFA World Cup will be basic. It is red for home kits and white shirts for away matches.
The graphics on the Tunisian costumes are inspired by the armor of the Carthaginian military commander Hannibal.
The colors and design of Australia’s home clothes are inspired by the golden acacia flower.
Spain opted for a darker shade of red for home kits and a retro style for away matches.
Germany will play at the World Cup in their predictable black center stripe while the away shirt is black and red.
Japan’s FIFA World Cup jerseys are blue and feature origami patterns.
Costa Rica will wear a red jersey with blue piping.
Joel Campbell of Costa Rica controls the ball against South Korea during an international friendly match in Goyang, South Korea, September 23, 2022.
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With flames on the sleeves of their home jersey, the Red Devils will be looking to set the stage in Qatar on fire.
The Croats wear the iconic red and white squares on their home shirt and wear blue for away matches.
Morocco’s shirts feature the colors of the national flag on the home shirt and North African mosaics on the away kits.
Canada’s kit will be the same that the team has worn for the past year.
The world number 1 and five-time champions will take to the pitch in vibrant yellows and jaguar prints.
The Swiss team’s home and away kits are inspired by the two colors – red and white – of the national flag.
Serbia will look for golden accents on the pitch as they do on their home and away shirts.
Sasa Lukic of Serbia scores during the UEFA Nations League match against Sweden on September 24, 2022.
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All three Cameroon shirts have green stripes radiating out diagonally from the center.
Portugal’s two-tone home kit consists of blocks of pepper red and green, while the away kit is white with its own flag colors in the centre.
Both Uruguay shirts have buttons and come in the traditional colors of blue (home) and white (away).
South Korea’s home jersey is a unique shade of red, while the away kit highlights the colors of Taegeuk, the symbol found on the South Korean flag.
The Black Stars have a black star in the center on the home shirt which is white while the away kit is red.
Mohammed Kudus of Ghana in action during an international friendly against Brazil in France, September 23, 2022.
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