Alvaro Morata models new Spain kit and Michy Batshuayi dons Belgian offering as teams release shirts for Euro 2020 next summer
- Various international teams have released kits they will be wearing next summer
- Euro 2020 will feature some of Europe’s finest decked out in their new gear
- Michy Batshuayi modelled Belgium’s and Alvaro Morata wore Spanish design
- Six teams have qualified for tournament ahead of final two qualifying fixtures
A number of teams have released the shirts they will be wearing at Euro 2020 next summer.
Michy Batshuayi was the model for Belgium’s offering, which features two wide black diagonal stripes across the front.
Toni Kroos (left) wore the new Germany shirt and Alvaro Morata donned Spain’s offering
Michy Batshuayi will be hoping to perform in this new Belgium shirt next summer
The excitement is building for next year’s competition with two qualifying games to go
Alvaro Morata was the man to sample Spain’s kit and theirs has a vintage feel with vertical and horizontal lines on it.
The Germany shirt, worn by Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, is a more classical design with nine thin stripes across the front of their traditional white kit.
All three of those shirts are available to buy from Adidas and will set fans back £69.95 each.
Ilzat Akhmetov showed off the Russia shirt (left) while Alexander Isak revealed Sweden’s
(L-R) Harry Wilson, Daniel James, Ethan Ampadu and Connor Roberts showed off the Wales kit
TEAMS TO HAVE QUALIFIED FOR EURO 2020:
Not all of the shirts for the tournament have been designed by Adidas, however, and Puma have also released Italy’s away kit.
Wales still have plenty of work to do to qualify for next year’s tournament, which will be held across 12 countries across the continent.
But Ryan Giggs’ men were kitted out in their new gear for a photoshoot featuring Harry Wilson, Daniel James, Ethan Ampadu and Connor Roberts.
Nike, who make England’s kits, are expected to release their designs next March.
Anticipation is building for Euro 2020 and the picture will become far more clear over the next fortnight as the group qualifiers reach a climax.
Puma have revealed the Italian away kit which features a faded print on the white shirt