For the Norwegian national team, the sides of the 1990s remain the benchmark for success, when legends like Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Tore André Flo set the standard for future generations of male players. And it was at this time that the women’s national team embarked on a decorated run that now includes World Cup, European and Olympic championships.
The class of 2018 is talented, ambitious and determined to create new memories for a nation where football remains the greatest sporting passion. Additionally, last December’s historic agreement that guaranteed equal pay for Norway’s male and female internationals created a new standard in global football.
Nike’s new collection for the Football Association of Norway taps into the current squads’ trailblazing vibe while offering a nod to the 1990s glory days of Norwegian football. Based on the kits worn by Solskjær and Flo, the 2018/19 home shirt features a deep red body and navy blue shoulders and sleeves.
The Norway 2018/19 Nike away kit maintains the team’s tradition of donning white alternate jerseys with dark blue and red detailing. The new alternate shirt has its accents on its upper chest in the form of a series of eye-catching horizontal stripes of varying widths.
Both kits uses a new soccer jersey template from Nike that is being used by all of the American firm’s sponsored federations.