The Czech national football team will play the new jersey from the League of Nations matches against Portugal and Switzerland in September. The red house kit refers to the past and is dominated by a large lion in the foreground, while the distant white version “looks” into the future. The jerseys are half lighter than the previous shirts.
According to the authors, the core group refers to the achievements of 1934, 1976 and 1996, when the national team won medals at the final tournaments. “The red substitute is a classic and is an inherent part of the Czech team. The big lion on the chest reminded me of the time when, for example, Antonin Panenka played in the national team. I am very glad that we did not forget our history,” said the coach of the national team, Jaroslav Slavic.
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