Nike released earlier today the new Home and Away kits for Norway National Team for the UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifiers, representing their national pride.


The home kit, worn in the picture by teenage star Martin Ødegaard, is composed by a simple red design with crew neck line and a gradient diagonal blue band. The shorts are white and the socks remain dark blue, as in recent years.


“The kits feel great, look modern and yet are very classic designs,” said Martin Ødegaard, Norway’s youngest-ever senior international, currently playing for Real Madrid youth teams. “I wear Norway’s colors with great pride and I look forward to getting onto the pitch in the new kits.”


The away kit, worn in the picture below by female player Caroline Graham Hansen, retains the elegance from the home kit, using white as main color. The front of the jersey is covered by a subtle checkered pattern, while the shorts and socks will be plain white with Nike’s logo in black, resulting in a clean design.


Both kits feature a new national crest, that according to Nike, symbolizes the team’s distinctive ability to rally the collective spirit of the country.
The away kit is set to debut against Croatia on March 28 and will be available soon at WorldSoccerShop!