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This is the Mexico 2022 home kit by Adidas.
The Adidas Mexico 2022 World Cup home kit is green with white shorts and red socks, bringing back Mexico's iconic colors.
The main design feature of the Mexico 2022 home jersey is a subtle graphic print on the upper part and sleeves, inspired by the Quetzalcoatl.
In Mexican culture, Quetzalcoatl is the god of wind, patron of priests, and inventor of calendars and books.
Occasionally, he is also depicted as a symbol of death and resurrection.
The Adidas Mexico 2022 World Cup home shirt features the new crest of the Mexican national team, which was unveiled in December of 2021.
White and red are also used for detailing on the green Mexico 2022 home jersey, in the form of the 3 Stripes on the shoulders, a thin stripe on each side of the shirt and the Adidas logo on the right.
In terms of template, the lateral stripe seen on the new Mexico home shirt indicates that it's the same one we first saw pictured at Bayern Munich back in 2020.
Returning to a green home kit will be seen as a much welcome change even if perhaps a bit surprising following more than 40 games without wearing a green kit.
Mexico's 2018 World Cup kit was green and a friendly against Argentina later that year marked the last time the Mexico senior wore a green kit to date.
The Olympics kit, worn by the U24s earlier this summer and not made by Adidas, was also green.
Green is by far Mexico's most traditional home kit color.
All modern Mexico home shirts were green until Adidas switched to a black design in 2015.