World Cup kit history

Greece Kit: Through the years

December 4, 2013
By Chris Atkins

Design: As dictated by their national colours, Greece are another side who feature in a combination of white and blue at international level. With their home kit almost entirely white, with blue trim on all components of the outfit, it is a simple but effective jersey design.

Short History: Greece have entered the World Cup on two previous occasions, in 1994 and in 2010. At the former, the South Europeans used navy blue as the colour of their home strip, with white used as the alternative option. However, from their success at Euro 2004 onwards, the team would change their predominant colour to white as currently in use. With the addition of blue trim and the stripes of their sponsor, it was white in which Greece would make their second outing just four years ago. With their kits now made by Nike, white looks set to remain the side's preferred colour for some time.

The greatest kit: Given the lack of options, it is only fair to say that Greece's best designed World Cup kit came in 2010, when the country debuted its current colour scheme at the tournament with a tasteful and simple jersey design.

Kits through the years:

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