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Germany’s away kit for 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand unveiled

This year’s Women’s World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand. Now the DFB away shirt has been released.

Sportswear manufacturer Adidas has supplied the new jersey for the German women’s national team for next summer’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The new jersey comes in green and gold and is inspired by Germany’s different forests – from the Black Forest to the Magic Forest.

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DFB Women: New away jersey revealed

A pattern in shades of green runs across the entire jersey and reminds us that one-third of Germany’s landmass is covered by forests. “Our designers moved away from computers. Instead, they created designs entirely by hand,” explains Lisa Dodds, senior product manager at Adidas.

“It’s unique and very different from our home shirt. I like it a lot,” said Chelsea international Melanie Leupols. The home jersey is still white with a black chest stripe.

DFB Women: Jersey in green and gold

The new away jersey features the chest emblems in gold. The three classic shoulder straps and details on the round collar and sleeves also shine in gold. There are also black shorts and socks. Two stars shone above the DFB coat of arms for the 2003 and 2007 World Cup titles.

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DFB Women: Away Jersey now available

The new Women’s National Team away kit is now complete stores and the official DFB fan shop.

The fan version costs EUR 90, while the authentic version worn by national players costs EUR 140.

The players will wear the jersey for the first time in a friendly against the Netherlands on April 7.

World Cup 2023: adidas jerseys inspired by nature

Apart from the German national team jersey, Adidas also presented new jerseys of teams like Argentina, Japan, Spain and Sweden. All of them are inspired by the landscapes in their respective countries. The color of the Japanese jersey represents the sunrise of the famous Mount Fuji, the color of the Swedish color to the numerous glacial rivers and the Spanish color to the coral reefs along the country’s coast.

“We wanted to create a common motif in our jersey,” says adidas vice president of product and design Sam Handy, “a celebration and appreciation of the wonders of nature that can be found around the world.”