The Scottish Football Association has unveiled the brand new Scotland adidas 2011/13 home kit (now available at World Soccer Shop). According to the SFA website:
The traditional dark indigo colour with hallmark adidas white three stripes has been proudly retained, but the shirt features an array of design innovations.
The new kit crest pays homage to the round badge used on the 1974 shirt worn at the World Cup in West Germany. This new adaptation of an iconic emblem of Scottish folklore features a woven badge with the embroidery applied with satin stitching. It features the Royal Standard (aka the Lion Rampant of Scotland) and marks the founding of the Scottish FA in 1873.
Bespoke Imprint on the Chest
This unique Saltire embossing incorporates a range of sources from around Scotland that champion the Scottish FA’s rich footballing history — including the old and new Hampden Park, the Lion Rampant, the Thistle, the 1928 ball used in the 5-1 demolition of England at Wembley Stadium, the Fleur De Lis and the date 1873 — the year of the Scottish FA’s foundation.
The polo collar features a snap button, and a printed Saltire on the back of the collar. The Saltire is also embroidered on the front placket of the collar.
Shorts and Socks
White shorts, which incorporate Climacool technology, feature a tie chord and kit crest. The traditional colour rotation for the kit is completed with Poppy coloured socks. The socks feature the word ALBA, which is the Gaelic word for Scotland, and a new construction features materials that add comfort to the foot-bed and provide Achilles support.
The home goalkeeper jersey is a simple but elegant mix of silver / dark Indigo which links it to the outfield home jersey. The iconic printed Saltire is featured on the back and ClimaCool technology is incorporated for additional ventilation.