Japan national team is one of successful national teams. It has won five AFC Asian Cups in 1992, 2000, 2004 and 2011, becoming the only team to get four titles of the competition. What’s more, the squad has been qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and will meet Poland, Colombia, Senegal national teams at Group H. The World Cup will be held in 11 cities of Russia from June 14 to July 15, 2018. The Japan team is expected to play well this time.
To support and help the team perform well in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, Adidas and the JFA officially unveiled the home shirt 2015.
Like the 2014 World Cup jersey, the brand new football shirt also features a pink stripe at the back of the shirt, showing the relationship between players and fans and the strong desire to win. When national team players form a circle, these stripes will form a bigger circle.
The 2015 home shirt is samurai blue that represents victory. Adidas logo and the team badge are printed on the chest. There is a small Japan national flag over the badge and “Japan” under the badge paying tribute to the country. In addition, the 11 white stripes around the badge symbolize players running at football fields. Most noticeably, the champions badge of the AFC Asian Cup is proudly shown on the chest. The numbers and names of players are all printed in gold, which symbolizes the pride and power of the team.
Classic white Adidas three stripes and pink cuffs bring the home shirt a new look.
Adidas, together with Japan Football Association(JFA), jointly unveiled the new home shirt for Japan national team competing in 2014 Brazil World Cup on November, 11, 2013. The players of the national team would pull on the home shirt firstly in a warm-up match against Netherlands national team on November 16. When people think of Japan rarely do they associate the country with soccer. However, once you know Japanese squad well, you must be excited and love it. Japan national team is the most powerful team in Asia which has qualified for the four consecutive FIFA World Cup finals. The squad won four champions of AFC Asian Cup in 1992, 2000, 2004 and 2011. It is Japan national team that has won the most titles of Asian Cup. What’s more, they won a FIFA Confederations Cup second place in 2001. A few versatile players in this team have a good command of playing skills. They do help their country win so many champions. Shinji Kagawa plays as a midfielder or striker for Japan national team and German club Borussia Dortmund. As a technically and creatively gifted player, Kagawa has great attacking positioning allowing him to have one of the best eyes for goal. He is an agile player who tends to roam around the opponents’ defense looking for an intelligent and creative pass or through the ball. In addition, Kagawa also got individual awards including J.League Division 2 Top scorer in 2009 and Asian International Footballer of the Year in 2012. Takashi Usami is a young Japanese footballer. He got J. League Rookie of the Year award in 2010 and J. League Cup New Hero Award in 2014 due to his excellent performance at football pitches. Designers chose “Round (円陣)” as the design concept, unique yet intriguing. A pink stripe, similar to the former design, is placed on the back symbolizing the deep connection between players and fans, as well as a strong desire to win. When team players form a circle, these stripes will form a large circle, too.
The traditional Samurai blue is used as the main color of the new jersey again, which represents the victory. The shirt features a round collar and pink cuffs in contrast to the body part. The logo of the JFA is surrounded by 11 white stripes on behalf of different players running to each corner of a football field after forming a circle. The Japan national flag over the association badge is made from the fabric of the previous shirts worn by players. Adidas three stripes on shoulders and sleeves and its logo perfectly show the sportswear giant.
Samurai blue shorts and socks complete the new home kit which makes Japanese players be recognized easily. The most innovative technology provides the lightweight shirt for players because of 100% polyester so that they can run freely and perform well. Additionally, Climacool technology will keep they cool and dry. This Japan football shirt, shorts, socks and kit are available at Cheap Football Shirts Replica to support your favorite team and show your loyalty. You can personalize your kit with shirt printing in the Adidas style with your favourite stars including Keisuke Honda and Shinji Kagawa or even your own custom name and number.