Iceland unveil jerseys for Russia 2018 World Cup

Iceland unveil jerseys for Russia 2018 World Cup

One of Nigeria’s opponent at the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia, Iceland have unveiled new jerseys. The jersey designed and manufactured by Errea was launch at Laugardalsvellir.

Iceland who are participating in the tournament for the first time are in Group D alongside Nigeria, Croatia and Argentina.Copy of ICELAND JERSEY 2

 

There has been a lot of interest in the costume in recent days and requests from it have been received from Australia to Spain, the Football Federation of Iceland noted on its official website.

It was Gudni Th. Jóhannesson who got the first costume and had him say this about the shirt: ”

Up is a historic moment when I take the first shirt to be played at the first world soccer tournament in which Iceland participates. What is even more important is the ones who get into it – we need to find the pride and the joy of playing for Iceland. Thanks treyjan looks good – that’s definitely the case. ”

Errea and KSÍ have had a successful partnership for a long time, as Errea has been one of KSÍ’s main sponsors for many years, or since 2002.

“This is a moment that many have been waiting for, as a costume, or to believe that the majority of the nation will probably wear this summer. We are very happy with the outcome, considering all our needs for the design of the shirt, and it’s cool, “says Gudni Bergsson, chairman of KSÍ.

The basic idea behind the design is a reference to the characteristics of the country, the fire, the ice, the lava and the lake. The design was in the hands of Filippo Affani, who has a lot of experience when it comes to the appearance and fabric of sportswear.ICELAND JERSEY 3

“We are very proud today when we hand over the first shirts. It’s not simple to design and produce a team of national teams, taking into account the wishes and needs of those who are in it. The desire to reflect the power that lives with the people and the discourse, despite the smallness, “says Þorvaldur Ólafsson, Managing Director of Errea in Iceland.