It's not all fun being a Brazil fan right now after three consecutive losses in World Cup qualifying, but this will give Seleção fans something to cheer about. An image of Nike's new Brazil 2024 home kit has leaked via the Football Kit Archive.
The center badge is the most apparent feature of the new kit, to be worn in the 2024 Copa America. The last time a Brazil jersey featured a central badge was two decades ago on Nike's Total 90 aesthetic. Adriano famously sported the 2004 Copa America kit, subsequently worn by Ronaldo and Ronaldinho in following years.
Adriano 2004 la meilleure campagne individuelle en Copa America au XXIeme siècle pic.twitter.com/ZhvhDXWmny— shan (fb) (@shnftbl) November 20, 2023
Nike 2024 Brazil home kit 🇧🇷
Several other features make Nike's 2024 Brazil home kit stand out. In particular, the collar is a mashup of the V-collar and traditional fold-over design. The green color dubbed “Green Spark” contrasts it with the usual vibrant yellow, which dominates the colorway. The sleeves take on the same green color scheme with zig-zagging dark blue running throughout.
But what's more interesting about the kit is the intricate, pale yellow pattern scrawled over the kit. The design intends to manifest Brazil's fauna and culture, an extension of the country's inclusive “Brazil for All” slogan. On closer inspection, one can see the colors of the Brazil flag Auriverde inside the collar frame.
Blue shorts and green and white socks complement the kit and complete the look. What are your thoughts on the new design of Brazil's leaked 2024 home kit?