With the 2015 Copa América only just a couple months away, the national teams competing in the oldest tournament are revealing what they’ll be wearing come June in Chile. The latest team that will showcase a new look will be Venezuela. The Vinotinto (Burgundy) have never won a Copa América, and are considered one of the weaker teams in the COMNEBOL region. But the Venezuelans put in their best performance in a Copa América in 2011, finishing fourth. The latest kits from current sponsor adidas will definitely garner a lot of attention.


The home jersey combines the traditional burgundy with fluorescent green, combining for a very unique color scheme. The bright green shade can be seen on the v-neck collar, the three-stripe trim on the sleeves and at the hem of the shirt as a thick stripe wraps around the bottom of the shirt.


The change strip’s jersey is a vibrant fluorescent green with burgundy trim, with a different template. There’s a crew neck collar in a solid burgundy, and the sleeves have the three-stripes in the same color going from the collar to the shoulders. A couple of thick yet short bars, one on each side, are seen on the bottom of the shirt.

The 2015/16 adidas Venezuela kits will be available at WorldSoccerShop.com and other fine retailers.