The Scottish Football Association and adidas have released the Scotland 2018/19 home kit. Already worn by the men’s senior in their recent loss to the Netherlands, the new shirt will be worn by the Scots during their international friendlies and UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers over the next year. It will be on sale at Scottish FA official retail partner JD Sports and at Subside Sports and UK Soccer Shop.
According to the SFA: The 18/19 Scotland home jersey is a modern take on a classic adidas print used in the 1990s incorporated into a dark blue base. A white ribbed v-neck collar with blue tipping harks back to the kit design from one of Scotland’s most successful periods. At the bottom of the shirt, there is an embroidered thistle. The full kit is finished with a clean white short and red socks.
In the midst of a two decade run without qualifying for a major tournament, Scotland was a regular at the FIFA World Cup from 1974 to 1998 (with a miss in 1994). They also qualified for EURO 1992 and 1996.