The Nike kits for the 2022 World Cup have been released, and fans of the United States men’s national team are not happy about their new look. The U.S. is competing in the World Cup for the first time since 2014 with a young and exciting roster, but unfortunately they will be wearing uniforms that look like practice jerseys.
There were almost no dissenting opinions here: almost everyone who tweeted about the newly released kits hated them. The U.S. is in Group B with England, Iran, and Wales, and hopes are high that the team can build momentum for 2026 when U.S. is the host country for the men’s World Cup. It’s just too bad their kits aren’t as exciting as the roster.
Take a look at the U.S. World Cup kits, and the heated reaction that caused from the general public, below.
Seriously: just scroll through all these quote-tweets. Everyone hates them!
The 2022 men’s World Cup runs from Nov. 20 to Dec. 18 in Qatar. The group match between the U.S. and England, scheduled for Nov. 25, is going to be a massive event stateside. For the love of everything, can someone please redesign these kits before that game?