Belgium 2018 Home Football Shirt

Belgium national team is governed by the Royal Belgian Football Association(KBVB or URBSFA) and represents Belgium competing in international sporting events.

Belgium national team has been hailed as Die Roten Teufel(The Red Devils) since 1906 because of its great victories at football pitches. The team appeared in the finals of twelve FIFA World Cups, five UEFA European Football Championships and three Olympic football tournaments. The squad won the 1920 Olympic Games and got runner-up of 1900 Olympic Games.

A successful team must own preeminent players. Without exception, Belgium national team also has a few world-famous footballers.

Jan Ceulemans is a former Belgian footballer and played as a midfielder. Ceulemans was well known for his stamina, technique, power, and natural authority. He played 96 games for Belgium national team, having created a new record, and scored 23 goals. Ceulemans competed in three World Cups from 1982 to 1990. With his outstanding performance, he helped the team reach the semi-finals of the 1986 World Cup for the first time. Jan Ceulemans got a lot of individual awards including Belgian professional football awards, Belgian Golden Shoe award and so on.

Enzo Scifo is a retired Belgian football midfielder and is regarded widely as the most Belgium’s greatest footballer. Besides, he has also managed the Belgium national under-21 football team and several Belgian club sides. At international level, he represented the Belgium national team and appeared in four FIFA World Cups, being one of three Belgian players ever to do so. The man with excellent vision, tactical intelligence, and technical skills often scored or created chances for his teammates. He hung up his boots in 2000 and after retirement, Scifo coached different teams.

These fabulous footballers make the team strong and current young players of Belgium national team try their best to make the team better.

The 2018 World Cup Home Shirt is well designed for the squad in order to help players get more victories. Fans can also get it at Cheap Football Shirts Replica. When you wear the match jersey, you are able to show your support wherever you are.

Designed and manufactured by Adidas, this brand new shirt takes inspiration from the classic shirt wore by players in 1984 European Football Championship. The most eye-catching design is these black, red and yellow rhombuses in the front of the shirt. The team badge is inlaid in the pattern. The shirt features a ribbed V-neck and at the back of the collar, there is also a three-colored diamond pattern. All designs are closely related to Belgium national flag, showing respect for the country.

Iconic Adidas three stripes are placed on both sides of the shirt. Yellow brand logo is printed on the chest, too, which is the latest logo of Adidas. The company keeps the known three stripes, like a mountain, and they are expected to push the people who buy Adidas products to their limits.

Red shorts and socks, both with Adidas stripes and brand logo, complete the home kit. Additionally, the pair of socks is written with “BELGIUM”.

Made by ClimaLite technology of Adidas, the shirt can absorb sweat away from players’ skin to keep them dry and cool. As for environmental protection, it has to mention that this jersey is made from recycled polyester to save resources and decrease emissions.

Fabulous Belgium 2016 Home Football Shirt

Adidas announced officially that they had signed a long-term contract with Belgium national team. The Red Devils would wear Adidas football shirt in future to fight for more victories.

Claus-Peter Mayer, Adidas’ vice president of Sports Marketing, said:“It is a great deal to sign a contract with this potential national team, which shows that we are constantly seeking suitable partners around the world. Belgium national team reached the quarter-finals at the 2014 Brazil World Cup and ranked fifth in the FIFA world rankings. We are delighted to cooperate with the team and looking forward to its performance at the 2016 European Football Championship.”

Filip Van Doorslaer is the director of marketing of Belgian Football Association. He said:“This cooperation is a great way to promote our Red Devils. We are very pleased to achieve cooperation with the top brand. We hope that Adidas can help Belgian football become better.”

Adidas has created numerous shirts for the successful team by now, producing the highest-quality goods for the powerful team.

Traditional home shirt includes three colors—black, red and yellow from Belgium national flag. Unveiled jointly by Adidas and the Royal Belgian Football Association(KBVB), Belgium Home Shirt 2016 was also three-colored. It would debut at a friendly match against Italy national team on 13 November 2015.

This soccer jersey incorporates the Belgium flag with an interesting design that is sure to be popular with fans. It features a simple but modern v-neck collar and is embroidered with Belgium team crest. Three colors are shown perfectly on this shirt. The chest and the sleeves are black, with the lower half of the jersey being completely red on the front. Yellow Adidas three stripes are placed on both sides of the shirt instead of the shoulders. They catch the eye absolutely and make athletes more aggressive. Besides, cuffs and the number and name of a player are all yellow. We can also see the Belgian flag on the jersey.

The shirt is crafted with the latest sportswear technologies. Its fabric made by ClimaCool technology can keep players cool and dry. In addition, 100% recycled polyester makes the shirt lighter and more durable, showing environmental awareness of the sportswear giant.

The shorts are black with yellow Adidas stripes on both sides. The red socks are printed with “BELIGUM”.

Well-designed 2018 home kit pays homage to the nation entirely, meanwhile, the kit reflects the respect of Adidas for these players of Belgium national team.

Marc Wilmots is a Belgian former footballer. Nowadays, he has been a politician sitting in the Senate for the Mouvement Réformateur party. As an excellent footballer, he played for Schalke and helped the club reach the 1997 UEFA Cup Final. For Belgium national team, Wilmots scored 28 goals in 70 caps and played matches in World Cup three times. He is Belgium’s all-time top scorer at the FIFA World Cup. He got Belgian Young Professional Footballer of the Year award in 1989-90 season and was selected as one member of FIFA World Cup All-Star Team in 2002.

Wilmots also coached Ivory Coast but he left his role after the team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.