The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup begins this week and it is time to take a look at what every team will be wearing for the tournament. Here are how all 24 teams jerseys rank from worst to first.
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Sticking to their typical color scheme, France's away kit is traditional in color and style and includes a subtle nod to their informal nickname, "l'hexagone". The polka dots are not the most aesthetically pleasing.
23. New Zealand
Keeping it classic with a black and white palette, New Zealand's jerseys pay homage to their home with a Māori silver fern detail.
The polka dot combination is definitely better than France's, but this jersey is hard to look at. Japan's kit for the 2015 Women's World Cup were much nicer.
The Cameroon kit is very simple. It features the Puma logo in the middle, with the federation's logo on one side and a lion on the other because of the team's nickname, The Indomitable Lionesses.
Thailand is the only team in the tournament who had its jersey manufactured by Warrix Sports. Its design is a little simple, but the color scheme works.
This is a plain look for Scotland. Their blue and pink jerseys include very subtle patterns, keeping all the focus on the sport itself.
Another power color alert! Spain's prominently bright red kit includes pops of yellow and navy.
England played it pretty safe with its jersey choice. The flowers and faunas in its red jersey are not very noticeable and it looks like a solid red.
Current holders of the #SheBelievesCup. England go in to this summer as one of the strong favourites to lift the trophy in July.— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) March 11, 2019
The away kit features graphics of flowers and fauna from across England, read more about it here: https://t.co/nAsw75uesg pic.twitter.com/KWWe08JTC9
16. South Korea
South Korea's home kit seems simple with a bright red shirt and black shorts, but also pays homage to the trigrams of their national flag. It's all in the details.
Female empowerment for the win! The all-orange home kit features a tulip-inspired graphic, alongside the familiar Dutch badge - changed from a Lion to a Lioness two years ago.
The simplest jerseys in this tournament. America's neighbor to the North did not go for an eye-popping kit.
Canada have long been a powerhouse of women's football, consistently being ranked among the top 10 of the world.— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) March 11, 2019
They will be heading into the tournament wearing their first ever Nike kit, and will be confident of finishing it in a strong position. pic.twitter.com/CPNJjBHJWD
This is a perfection traditional Italian jersey. The Italian flag on the edge of the sleeves is a really nice touch.
#Italy 🇮🇹 2-1 #Ireland 🇮🇪— Italy (@azzurri) April 10, 2019
Milena #Bertolini: "The early mistake led to us losing our rhythm a bit, but we went on to do well. We now have to recharge our batteries so we arrive fresh and ready for the #FIFAWWC."
4⃣ photos taken during #ItalyIreland yesterday 📸 #VivoAzzurro pic.twitter.com/sQe2JO9ruf
12. United States
The United States kit is based on the 1999 World Cup-winning kit. To keep with the typical American theme, the red, white and blue jerseys feature a star design.
The striped jersey would be a lot better if it went across the whole front of the jersey. Leaving a gap in the middle is not going to be the most aesthetically pleasing to look at.
The black Argentina kits are clean. Adidas did a fantastic job of constructing this kit with the traditional light blue and white design.
The pattern on the silver jersey is amazing, combined with the bright orange shorts and socks. This kit just works.
China were a penalty shootout away from being crowned champions in '99, with their period of success leading up to that moment giving them the nickname 'Steel Roses'.— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) March 11, 2019
Their away kit this summer is a symbol of that previous success, and features an all-over Phoenix print. pic.twitter.com/WvJLUh4YEe
With a blue and red color palette, the Norway kits were inspired by traditional Norwegian colors and the patterns of Norwegian skiing jumpers.
7. South Africa
With a similar color palette to Jamaica, South Africa's home kit showcases a bright shade of yellow, while their away kit features bold horizontal stripes in carious hues of green.
Nigeria is sticking to the trends while also showing a tribute to their past. Their neon green jerseys act as a subtle tribute to the men's 1994 kit.
Wouldn't expect anything else from team Jamaica. Their yellow and green jerseys incorporate a pattern that makes us want to jam with the Reggae Girls.
Germany's jerseys include a linear pattern which complements Adidas' stripes perfectly.
This season, Brazil will be mixing old school and new school. Their home jerseys consist of the traditional yellow and green color palette, while their new jerseys have a geometric pattern of constellations inspired by Brazilian indigenous warriors who, according to legend, turned to stars after death.
The Matildas yellow jersey is very nostalgic, with a 1990s vibe to it, but it works and the color scheme is perfect. The inside of the kits also have the words, "Never Say Die," a phrase that resonates with the Matildas history.
These jerseys make Sweden the big winners of this tournament regardless of the outcome on the field. The numbers on the back of each jersey will showcase a collage of female history makers, honoring the influential women who have made an impact on this world.