Euro 2020 is just around the corner, and it’s time to consider the fashion on show this summer.
Who will look the smartest while trying to win Europe’s top footballing honor for their nation?
We’ve considered the home strips at Euro 2020, and we’ve whittled down our 5 best home kits at Euro 2020, as follows:
Finland have qualified for their first-ever major international tournament. The Finns will play at Euro 2020 after qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The national team have been coached by the legendary Jari Litmanen. The team will be coached by Aleksander Stanojevic for the first time. Finland will be competing in their first major tournament since the 2010 World Cup. They have been drawn against Holland, Germany and the USA in the tournament.
Belgium’s national football team is ranked No. 1 in the world by FIFA. The nation has yet to win a major international tournament. Belgium are expected to be a major force at Euro 2020. Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku are among the stars expected to lead the line for Roberto Martinez’s side. Belgium have never won a major tournament at the highest level before, unlike their neighbors the French, Dutch, and Germans. The national team’s new kit is designed to reflect their desire to impose their artistry on the European and global game.
Marek Hamšík is Slovakia’s all-time top goalscorer. He has played in both of his country’s only international tournaments. Slovakia are in Group E with Spain, Sweden and Poland at Euro 2020. They are expected to struggle against the likes of Spain and Poland in their group. Slovakia’s home kit is quite similar to Hertha Berlin’s away strip of the past 2020-21 Bundesliga campaign. The national team will play their first Euro 2020 campaign at Euro 2016 in France.
The Netherlands are one of the most storied footballing institutions in the world. They have just one international honor to show for it, a Euro 1988 win over West Germany and the Soviet Union. Despite their storied win in ’88, the Netherlands have truly been international footballs nearly men, finishing a combined 14 times between runner-up and fourth-place. The intricate lion design that dominates the kit that bears a lion on the crest is a beautiful – almost stain-glass looking – piece of work.
Denmark has long been a name in the European game but has languished in the international doldrums. Between 1884 and 1992, Denmark was at the forefront of the beautiful game on the continent. There could not be a more fitting tribute to those that live and breathe football in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, and Esbjerg and the surrounding regions. The national team kit itself does a wonderful job of reimaging those memorable days where Michael and Brian conquered Europe and elevated their careers to the highest level.