Germany show off smart black away kit for Euro 2020 as Adidas launches a range of jerseys

Germany show off smart black away kit for Euro 2020 as Adidas launches a range of jerseys with Belgium and Spain set to wear an eye-catching hand-painted design going into this summer’s tournament

  • Germany have unveiled their new away kit ahead of Euro 2020 this summer  
  • Joachim Low’s men will wear an all-black strip and V-neck at the tournament 
  • Spain and Belgium, meanwhile will sport an interesting hand-printed jersey 

Germany lead a range of new away kits launched by manufacturer Adidas ahead of Euro 2020 this summer – with Joachim Low’s men set to wear a smart black strip. 

Low will be leading his men into a final tournament before walking away from the national job – and the team have shown off their new all-black design they will be sporting when the competition kicks off on June 11.

Modelled by Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos and Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry, the shirt features a deep V-neck with a line running along the top of the body by the shoulders. 

Winger Serge Gnabry also showed off the all-black kit, which features a deep V-neck

Germany’s Toni Kroos and Serge Gnabry have modelled the team’s away kit for Euro 2020 

The design features a deep V-neck and the colours of the Germany flag on the sleeve

The design features a deep V-neck and the colours of the Germany flag on the sleeve

Gnabry looked in great spirits during the unveiling as he performed his signature ‘Salt Bae’ celebration out on the pitch. 

Adidas have also incorporated their signature stripes along the collar, while the colours of Germany’s flag can be seen on the sleeves. The totally blacked out look is completed with a charcoal coloured logo.

Meanwhile, in a range of away jerseys launched by the sports giant, Spain and Belgium’s kits were shown off with both using a white hand-painted design. 

The shirts – which look more or less identical – both feature Adidas’ stripes on their collars with a V-neck, with both the flags of the two countries inspiring a pinstripe on the short sleeve once again.

Spain’s pattern uses a thicker, patchier effect, while Belgium’s is more of a splattered design. White designs are common among the batch of kits released by Adidas, with Russia and Hungary also given similar designs with a V-neck and shoulder stripes.

Belgium will wear a splattered hand-painted design for their away kit this year

Spain's white shirt is similar but with a patchy effect

Belgium (L) and Spain (R) will wear white away kits with a hand-painted design this summer

Many of Adidas' new away kits feature a mainly white body colour with classic shoulder stripes

Many of Adidas’ new away kits feature a mainly white body colour with classic shoulder stripes

The Euros will run from June 11 until July 11 the following month, with the format still yet to be confirmed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The competition was originally set to be played across 12 different cities, with the semi finals and final at Wembley Stadium. 

Germany are set to play against fellow Adidas side Hungary in Group F this summer – with France and Portugal’s presence making it ‘The Group of Death’.

Spain will face a more forgiving Group E alongside Sweden, Poland Slovakia while Belgium are up against Denmark, Finland and Russia in Group B. 

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