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Egypt’s World Cup kit unveiled

Adidas have finally unveiled the new kit of the Egyptian National team.

This will be the new kit used by the national team in the upcoming World Cup in Russia this June.

After days of speculation over a rumored design for the kit, the official kit seems really close to the one that proved to be an unpopular design by the majority of the fans.

Up till now, the new jersey is online available on Adidas’ German store, where it can be purchased for €89 (1823.50 Egyptian Pounds).

Adidas have also launched the new kits of Japan, Germany, Colombia and Spain.

Let us know your thoughts on the kit that will represent our players in the Egypt’s first World Cup in 28 years.


London School for Journalism student. KingFut community manager, Saba7o Korah editorial team, Writing for Football Italia and I have featured for FourFourTwo, These Football Times and The Gentleman Ultra.



  1. Hosam

    November 6, 2017 at 1:03 PM

    To be honest i expected a better one. It’s just too simplistic compared to the adidas kits of the other countries. It also should have had a more black touch. I hope it still can be adjusted.

  2. A7mos

    November 6, 2017 at 1:25 PM

    Terrible. Looks like a basic training shirt. WTF Adidas! Sooo many things to get inspired by, and they come up with a checkered plain red shirt. Amazing.

  3. ahmed

    November 6, 2017 at 2:17 PM

    This is a disgrace. We make it to the world cup and this is what we get? Adidas is a joke of a kit maker. Puma used to provide us with the best kits we ever wore and we were only playing ACN back at the time. All Egyptians should flood Adidas facebook pages (just like we do with Egyptian players clubs) and make them know we are not happy with this. This joke of a kit must be changed. A checkered plain red t-shirt with an Adidas logo and on sale for 2000 Egyptian pounds ?? You have got to be kidding me! Good luck not getting this one massively counterfeit and also probably making less money than the counterfeiters.

  4. Amir

    November 6, 2017 at 2:57 PM

    Who cares about what they charge customers for shirt this is Egypt the first civilization in the world they should put more effort into this shirt for the world stage. Look at the beautiful shirts puma used to provide Egypt. This is something I wouldn’t buy of a sales rack. And to be honest I would rather keep the same basic one they wearing now than this one it’s even worse. I pretty sure the Egyptian federation had something to say in this and for them to make as cheap as possible.

  5. Mohamed fahmy

    November 6, 2017 at 4:11 PM

    Really very very bad design. We hope abetter design from adidas company . We feel in EGYPT that adidas quib from us.m

  6. Ayman El-Ghazali

    November 6, 2017 at 5:06 PM

    One word comes to mind. Garbage.

  7. KE

    November 6, 2017 at 5:47 PM

    Probably took them all of 5 minutes to come up with this design….really horrible work.

  8. youssef

    November 6, 2017 at 7:49 PM

    alot of comments about the design sorry but which design there is no design at all just three lines in right and left and egypt logo .

  9. Teeto

    November 9, 2017 at 12:06 AM

    Oh Come on Adidas, You really proved with this shirt how dis-attached you are from us, After 28 years, you give us this. It might as well been any team or nations shirt. Simply no character. You know this is Egypt! A sphinx, a pharaoh a pyramid, anything to make it feel ours.
    Extremely disappointed.
    No worries will draw on it a Pyramid.

  10. Ahmed Alaa

    November 12, 2017 at 12:41 AM

    the t-shirt is below standard and there are many assive reactions on the new kit in egypt so adidas must change that horrible design to avoid the bad reputation in egypt and the middle east

  11. Elpharao

    November 23, 2017 at 11:15 PM

    This shirt is a good one for the fans who are cheering Egypt in the world cup. But not for the players. Egypt should keep the shirts they are wearing now. It’s much better. SHAME on you adidas.

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