The Euro 2020 and Copa America tournaments may still be seven months away, but this week, Adidas have dropped a number of national team kits for next summer.
And they are absolutely stunning.
Eight European teams have been given new threads, while the manufacturer has also dropped Argentina's shirt too.
We've just entered the final international break of 2019 and by next week, we'll know which 20 teams have automatically qualified for Euro 2020.
So what will the nations be wearing?
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Well, expect to see more kits released in the coming months, but right now, let's focus on what Adidas have just dropped - because some of these are special.
Not a bad start. The patchwork style and different shades of red certainly make it unique and according to Adidas, the lines are there to highlight the diversity and unity of Spain. Interesting.
This is just superb. Its simple design is a real throwback and the hint of orange really compliments the primary colour, which was always going to be red.
Another very simple, but effective design. Like the Wales kit, the yellow of Sweden is nicely coupled with dark blue stripes and sleeves.
Belgium always seem to play in stylish shirts and Euro 2020 will be no different. A beautiful shade of red is paired with two black stripes and a brand new national team logo. Nice.
Adidas have really nailed this one. The shirt features every colour from the Russian flag and the pattern across the chest really helps the uniqueness of this one.
Simple, but effective - much like the style of football Germany have become famous for. The black stripes make for a welcome addition this year, though.
Last but not least, Argentina's Copa America shirt. It will no doubt be one of the most beautiful away kits on show next summer and Lionel Messi looks very good modeling it.
As you can see, Adidas have smashed it again. We can't wait to see more shirts drop over the coming months.
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