Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Polish NT unveils new uniforms


The Polish national team presented their new home and away jerseys today, in which they will wear during their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.

"I really like the new jerseys," Lukasz Piszczek said during their presentation. "Now we actually look like we play for Poland."

The new home jerseys will be worn for the first time on Wednesday when the Polish national team takes on Scotland at the National Stadium.

What is your take on the new jerseys?

16 comments:

  1. I guess they don't look too bad, pretty simple and I'm not sure about the stripe right down the middle but at least the PZPN logo is gone.

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  2. White is really good! But I have the last home shirt so I'll grab myself the red one! LEAD US TO FRANCE!

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  3. 50-50, I have never liked nike's work on our kits, they have no effort in their designs with us. However, it looks as if nike is trying to do something but I still feel they can do more. Can't complain, the PZPN logo is gonskis so that's progress. Realistically kits are the last thing our fans should be concerned about, let's start improving our reputation as a footballing nation as that has plummeted for the last 8 years.

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    1. I know what you mean and I agree. The Nike shirts are always so plain. I might be in the minority here but I prefer Adidas, atleast they have those 3 stripes and their shirt designs always look good.

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    2. You have masculinity issues if you think Adidas looks good.

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  4. dont like them.....i dont know the Polish flag flew sideways

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  5. The PZPN logo is now actually on the back on the bottom of the numbers. You guys do realize every other football fa has their logos on the shirts right? The PZPN even said without their logo on the shirts they make no money off it and a lot is lost on knock offs. I know we are very skeptical with the PZPN and money but better they get it anyway and at least hope they reinvest it in youth development projects.

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  6. People that buy jerseys are usually children, so who cares. Put them out in wal-mart bibs, I don't care. I just want to see the team do something.

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    1. Stop your masculinity issues commenting on jerseys.

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    2. This website is out of control. It's not even about football, it's about men acting like children under anonymous names.

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    3. Completely agree Andrzej. I used to visit regularly, but now I can't be bothered but once in a blue moon - there are other sources that are actually serious, both from the point of the administrators, writers and comments...

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  7. Cześć chłopaki

    Jestem gejem

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