These are all the official jerseys of the 32 national teams in the Qatar 2022 World Cup
The major global sportswear brands such as Adidas, Nike and Puma, once again dominate the kits that will be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The Qatar 2022 World Cup will be certainly be unique with it being the first time in the 22 editions that the FIFA organised competition will be staged in the winter months as a measure to avoid playing in the stifling summer Gulf heat when the temperature can reach the low 50′s (C) or excessive of 120 degrees fahrenheit.
The size of Qatar is also another peculiarity with the distance from the stadium in the most northern tip of the country (the spectacular Al Bayt stadium close to the town of Al-Khor to the Al Janoub stadium in Al-Wakrah) is just over 70km.
The one constant is that the tournament affords all major sportswear brands to launch new shirts and training wear and cash in on the event with the winter World Cup being no exception. The major talking point from a kit perspective was Denmark supplier Hummel and their coloured out shirts with the Danish brand anxious to stake a stand against what they feel is Qatar’s violation of human rights.