The coveted green jersey for Mexico’s national teams is back.
After years of experimenting with different colors and shades, El Troy Qatar has returned to its traditional roots by releasing a striking green top for the 2022 World Cup.
Inspired by the Aztec deity Quetzalcoatl, the “winged serpent,” the kit from Mexico, embodies the design of the god’s wings and shines with the feather headdress known as the “copili”.
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Adidas senior product designer James Webb said in a statement, “For this season’s home jersey worn on the biggest stage of football, we wanted to capture the spirit of the country with a design deeply embedded in Mexican culture. By. “,” The headdress with head and wings of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl is proudly displayed on a shirt with a completely new crest. “
Mexico’s new Crest, now the seventh change since its introduction in 1930, first appeared last December at the country’s prestigious home, the Estadio Azteca. Like the latest kit, the changes in the crest are influenced by the characteristics of pre-Hispanic culture.
El TroyThrowback has also brought back the classic combination of white shorts and red socks for the 2022 home jersey. Green socks have also emerged, offering Mexico the possibility for a green-white-red mix or even a green-white-green home kit.
When to wear a jersey? Fans will not have to wait long.
According to the Mexican Football Federation, the women’s national team will make its green kit debut on Monday, July 11 in the upcoming CONCACAF W Championship match against the United States. El Troy feminine To keep their hopes of a 2023 Women’s World Cup alive through a potential playoff spot, they will have to find a way to beat the previous World Cup winner, who hasn’t lost a single game since last August.
Maybe they need some divine help from Quetzalcoatl, and if they succeed, it could be a sign of even better things for men in November …