Sweden Releases 2016 Home Kit
Sweden have unveiled their brand new 2016 home kit, in hopes of using it in the UEFA Euro 2016 in France. The new jersey features a clean design, with the traditional combination of yellow and blue. The most interesting detail is the new positioning for the Adidas stripes, that now occupy the sides of the shirt (something that we’ll see a lot in the next few weeks).
See Zlatan Ibrahimovic and company wearing the 2016 Sweden Home kit for the first time ever when they face Denmark in the Euro 2016 playoff next 14 and 17 November.
Sweden 2016 Home Jersey is available to pre-order at WorldSoccerShop.com!
Denmark National Soccer Team will don their 2016 Home kit for the first time in their Euro 2016 playoff clash against Sweden next 14 and 17 November.
Denmark 2016 Home Jersey is available to pre-order at WorldSoccerShop.com!
UEFA Champions League action
— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 4, 2015
This week’s game between Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain was as exciting and memorable as you could have imagined. In the end, it was a lonely (and kinda surprising) strike by Nacho that settled the matter with a win for Real Madrid.
Arsenal had a pretty hard time in their visit to Bayern Munich. The Grmans wanted revenge for the defeat suffered at London, and made clear from the very beginning that they wanted victory and nothing else. The result: a 5-1 win with a brilliant Thomas Müller. Adidas Laceless Ace 16+ GTI Revealed Adidas pulled the veil up an let us get a glimpse of the next generation of Ace cleats. The most shocking revelation is that they won’t have laces, a feature seen a few years ago in other cleats, but that is undoubtedly something interesting. They’ll also have a revamped Primeknit upper and collar, as well as a completely redesigned soleplate. We’ll have to wait to see them in action, as they are scheduled to hit the field and shelves in early 2016. adidas City Pack Redefines Street Soccer Street soccer has a new face thanks to the City Pack from Adidas, inspired by three big cities (Berlin, London and New York) to bring unique looks to the small sided game. The Ace and X are ready to rule every court around the world.
— World Soccer Shop (@worldsoccershop) November 5, 2015
USMNT announce World Cup Qualifier Roster
The road to Russia 2018 awaits, and CONCACAF Qualifiers are almost here. Jürgen Klinsmann has announced the roster that will face Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago:
Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan, Bill Hamid, Tim Howard.
Defenders: Ventura Alvarado, Matt Besler, Geoff Cameron, Fabian Johnson, Matt Miazga, Michael Orozco, Tim Ream, Brek Shea.
Midfielders: Kyle Beckerman, Michael Bradley, Mix Diskerud, Miguel Ibarra, Jermaine Jones, Darlington Nagbe, DeAndre Yedlin.
Forwards: Jozy Altidore, Alan Gordon, Jordan Morris, Bobby Wood, Gyasi Zardes.
This completes this week’s recap! Be sure to check the blog next week, as we have some new National Team jerseys on the way, as well as our usual features and news!