Strip Club: The Three Euro 2016 Kits Which Will Get Punters Paying This Summer
December 09, 2015
With next years’ European Championship finals now barely six months away, the levels of anticipation among players and fans are beginning to reach fever pitch. This is only to be expected, especially with a larger, 24-team format in play and some countries making their debut at a major international tournament.
While many people are interested to see the draw on Saturday, 12th December and how the tournament unfolds, however, a select few cannot wait to see the kits that each participating team will wear next summer. From modern iterations of classic kits to the new kids on the block, this always created an interesting aside for fans and pundits alike.
At BetHut, we have selected the three kits that we think will wow fans in France next summer…
As you would expect from the world’s number one ranked team, Belgium’s iconic red and black kit can be intimidating to rival sides. The 2016 version is also particularly stylish, with a bold, red top framed by an imposing block of black around the national crest. Illuminated by the bright yellow stripes of Adidas and trim around the sleeve, the kit boasts the ideal fusion of style and colour while perfectly reflecting Belgium’s renowned national colours. A true classic, the Belgian kit is sure to turn heads in France next summer.
Not content with being favourites for the tournament and boasting arguably the most talented side, Germany will also sport one of the finest kits at Euro 2016. The country’s away kit (which has been designed by Adidas), introduces an innovative reversible shirt design and perfectly fuses the classic shades of dark grey and subtle black. The black woven hoops run horizontally to create a unique design feature, while the green sleeves introduce a hint of colour and underline a distinct street football inspiration.
No side qualified as impressively as the Czech Republic, who overcame Holland, Turkey and a fearless Iceland side to top their group. Not a nation known for disappointing its fans, the Czechs have also launched a beautiful home kit for the tournament, sporting two shades of red with a unique chevron front graphic. Released last month, this is part of an all-red strip that is a stylish and innovative as it is reflective of the countries primary colours.