European Soccer Jerseys
Hi there.

As a big fan of soccer and soccer jerseys, I have decided to redesign some European countries' home kits. But before you look at them, let me explain something to you.

First of all, my inspiration for this project came from the countries' flags. Some are obvious, others less so. Secondly, despite some of them not being sponsored by Adidas, I chose this company because it matched what I had in mind more closely. Last but not least, I added some details to the collars.

I hope you enjoy them and feel free to let me know your opinion.
For Andorra I wanted to explore the three colors. However, I didn't want it to be a traditional design, so I blended the blue with the red on the shirt. I also added the diagonal yellow lines for a dramatic effect. On the collar, there is the word 'Tricolors', meaning 'three colors', with the coat of arms of Andorra below. 
The inspiration came from the Armenian flag which, in my view, has a powerful color combination for a soccer jersey. There is an Armenian pattern on the shirt to add detail. Note the Havakakan (Collective team) written on the collar.
I focused here on the blend between the blue and green from the flag, but added a modern pattern. I saved the red for the shorts and emphasised the pattern a little more. Note the white crescent and the eight-pointed star on the collar.
For Cyprus, I wanted to create a classic look based on the white. I took the liberty of replacing the yellow with the golden shade, then darkening the blue from the original jersey and adding it to the shorts.
Note the two ollive branches on the collar.
I consider the Nordic Cross such a powerful and eye-catching element that I had to design a soccer jersey featuring it. I added the Veðrur from the Faroe Islands coat of arms on the collar.
Well, now you know what I think about the Nordic Cross. For Finland, I added a light effect to the cross to make it more vibrant. The lion from the Finnish coat of arms is placed on the collar.
In my opinion, the Kazakh flag has one of the most beautiful color combinations. I really wanted to focus on the blue and have a bit of yellow to highlight some features. I added the national ornamental pattern 'koshkar-mutz' (the horns of the ram) from the flag on the sleeves, but in blue for higher contrast. The soaring golden steppe eagle in placed on the collar.
At first, this Liechtenstein jersey looks no different than the usual jerseys you usually see around. However, the detail is what makes it special. The pattern on the shirt is subtly colored with a blend of blue, red and gold. 
Note the 'Ein Spiel. Ein Team. Fürs Land.', meaning 'A game. A team. For the country.' on the collar.
When I look at the flag of Luxembourg, I see elegance. This is the word that served as a basis for my design. I wanted to keep the red, white and light blue, but I also wanted it to be more sophisticated, so the diagonal seemed a natural choice. There is a pattern on the shirt and socks to add a bit of refinement, along with a stylized version of the Civil Ensign of Luxembourg below the collar.
The jersey is divided into two colours from the flag of Malta. The V highlighted down the shirt comes from one of the ends of the Malta cross. The same idea is used on the socks to bring a vibrant look to the uniform. On the collar, there is the word 'Homor', meaning 'Reds', with the Malta cross below.
For San Marino, I wanted to keep the separation between white and blue with 
an eye-catching design.
European Soccer Jerseys
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European Soccer Jerseys

As a big fan of soccer and soccer jerseys, I have decided to redesign some European countries home kits.
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