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EURO 2024: Ranking Top 7 Kits

The Countdown to Euro 2024 Is Here, and So Are the Fits!

EURO 2024: Ranking Top 7 Kits
EURO 2024: Ranking Top 7 Kits

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The home kit oozes simplicity with an 80s vibe; you can’t help but love it…

With only a handful of Euro qualifiers remaining, the focus is shifting to the twenty-four teams that will take to the pitch in June and July. Every nation will wear a box-fresh kit to represent itself in Germany.

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Adidas dropped some dope jerseys earlier this week, but after Nike entered the fray midweek, the rankings of which teams will sport the best-looking outfits at the Euro 2024 competition just got interesting.

As the fashion mastermind I am, it’s only right that I judge the newest fits and honor the best kits – home and away – released so far.


7. Croatia’s Cheat Code

In my opinion, the checkered emblem on Croatia’s national flag is somewhat of a cheat code. Kit-makers instantly have a pretty cool pattern to work with, and this year’s Euro strip is no exception.

Both home and away kits push two different styles of cheques, but the classic red and white is why Croatia takes a position on my top rankings.

Nike has done the nation proud, and while it could be Luka Modric’s final season at a major tournament, at least he’ll look good doing it on these jerseys that can also be used as chess boards after the comp.


6. France Going MLB

I’m a sucker for retrofits, and France’s 80s-inspired Euro 2024 jerseys stand out from the crowd with a royal blue home kit, as well as a split pinstripe in white and blue for the away.

The home jersey is classic, but this MLB’esk pinstripe is certainly an eye-catcher. Nike can make Kylian Mbappe look good; just don’t get carried away with the baseball vibe and attempt to pitch him a contract… you might be waiting for years.


5. German Style

With a heavy amount of soccer news surrounding the Euro 2024 hosts, it’s only right that they sit under the spotlight in style.

Adidas has laced an all-white home kit with a classic German two-tone blend between orange and yellow to represent the flag on the shoulders.

As for the away kit… dope! Pink and purple might need some getting used to, but it’s different, and we like different. Opposing teams certainly won’t have issues seeing them coming.


4. England: Purple? Why not!

Thank you, Nike; after years of failure, you’ve finally delivered. Listen, I’m seeing soccer rumors circle that the purple is too much, and I’m here to shoot these haters down. It’s about damn time we got some pop, and the all-purple-away jersey definitely provides that.

England home kits are often plain, and not much has changed to the all-seeing eye. However, the subtle touches on the sleeves and collars make this strip an instant classic.


3. The Netherlands Never Disappoint

I don’t know why, and I don’t know how, but orange works! The Netherlands has boasted some of the best jerseys in football history, so we always know we will get something special with their kit drops.

For the Euros, the Dutch unit will be playing their soccer games in, no surprise, orange. The home kit oozes simplicity with an 80s vibe; you can’t help but love it.

Don’t tell Nike they’ve replicated a 2014 World Cup kit on the away side because a 20th-century art movement actually inspires the block designs in Holland, “De Stijl”.

The Netherlands undoubtedly deserves a top-3 position, but the 1988 Euro home kit remains undefeated. God damn, that kit was truly something else.


2. I Stand for Italy

The home kit is all blue, with Adidas’ patterned three stripes alternating between the colors of the Italian flag. It looks dope. They will look great when losing to England in Group C if I do say so myself.

That said, Italy doesn’t make #2 for the simplistic yet elegant home jersey. It’s the intricacies of the away shirt that puts them atop our top-ranked list.

Much like the home kit, it matches a simplistic vibe, but the letter “I” running down both sides being shaped by national flag colors is what does it for me.


1. Belgium Unquestionably Takes the Top Spot

Despite a plethora of Nike-branded jerseys this week, Adidas tops the list with Belgium’s Euro 2024 drip.

A maroon home shirt with gold and black hints is absolutely stunning, and the baby blue away strip inspired by the Tintin character is a perfect blend of modern with a hit of nostalgia.

Regarding home and away jersey combinations that look equally dope, Belgium wins, and it’s not even close.

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