Adidas has released new away kits for Argentina, Germany, Spain and Russia leading into this summer's World Cup in Brazil.
Germany will ditch their previous green away look to don a black and red look with horizontal stripes.
"The lines stand for team spirit and integration on the pitch," chief designer for football apparel at Adidas Jurgen Rank said in a press release. "The jersey is a strong statement underlining the lifestyle of fashion-conscious young people in Germany, their openness and their unconventional attitude."
Argentina's new away look will stick with their traditional darker blue. The tones of blue vary, but it's a nice blend with black and Argentina's traditional gold crest.
Defending World Cup champion Spain will veer a bit away from their traditional colours and don a never-used-before black and neon green combination.
They will first show off the new look in a friendly on March 5 at Vicente Calderon against Italy.
Russia's new away look, white with variants of blue, is said to be inspired by Russia's achievements in space exploration and technological advances.
The outline of Earth was modified and placed on the new shirt in the form of a light blue semicircle.
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