Two years on from European glory, and backed by a colorful legion of new supporters, the Lionesses have a first world title in their sights as they head to France this June.

With that drive in mind, the Netherlands' 2019 home kit relays a retro Oranje vibe, but with a contemporary, female-focused twist.

In 1999, the Chinese Women's National Team was one penalty shootout away from claiming a world title. It was the culmination of a dominant period for the federation, one that included seven consecutive Asian trophies and high finishes in all major international tournaments. The moment in history also gave China's women a long-lasting nickname: Steel Roses.

Twenty years later, the blend of toughness and femininity conveyed by that moniker defines the current squad. A rebirth, or more directly, a reprise of those glory years, remains the goal; the new women's China home kit is a symbol of that opportunity.

In 1999, the Chinese Women's National Team was one penalty shootout away from claiming a world title.

It was the culmination of a dominant period for the federation, one that included seven consecutive Asian trophies and high finishes in all major international tournaments. The moment in history also gave China's women a long-lasting nickname: Steel Roses.

 

The USWNT will compete in France wearing a new collection and a set of kits that channel the energy of ’99 and all its championship glory.

As the away team, the USWNT amps up its undeniably American identity in a red shirt and shorts with blue socks. The shirt is highlighted by an abstraction of the American flag and, again, those three shining stars. Inner pride on the away shirt reads “One Nation, One Team.”

The USWNT will compete in France wearing a new collection and a set of kits that channel the energy of ’99 and all its championship glory.

For the all-white home kit, the shirt features a stripped sleeve cuff reminiscent of those worn by Chastain, Hamm and Foudy, and is punctuated by three stars above the crest — honoring world titles from ’91, ’99 and 2015.

Though used sparingly on the home kit, the floral pattern forms the basis, covering both shirt and socks, for a new articulation of England’s classic red away strip.

Rendered in a dark red crush, a darker shade exclusively for the women’s team, the kit incorporates the St. George’s Cross on the shirt and a unique dark red crush-colored crest exclusive to the Lionesses.

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A fresh take on the traditional white kit, the 2019 England Women’s home look is accented by dark red cuffs.

“The flood-white look gives an aura of strength and purity. This minimalism translates as sophistication and confidence — perfect for this team,” says Cassie Looker, Nike Women’s Football Apparel Lead.

Here is the Danish Women’s National Football Team’s new Away football shirt by Hummel.

Hummel have been inspired by the uniform of the Danish Guardsmen and their uniform's classic red and white colour combination. The new white away jersey is designed with inspiration from the Danish Guardsmen. Classic hummel chevrons are placed at both front and on the shoulders.

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Here is the Danish Women’s National Football Team’s new Home football shirt by Hummel.

Hummel have been inspired by the uniform of the Danish Guardsmen and their uniform's classic red and white colour combination.

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Leyton Orient announced a new partnership with world-renowned kit suppliers New Balance from the 2019/20 season as the Club’s Retail Operations will be brought in-house with the aim of providing fans a greater selection of products and improved service.

New Balance were founded in 1906 and have become one of the leading sport footwear manufacturers and have made a successful move into football, producing kits for some of the world’s largest football clubs such as Liverpool, Celtic, FC Porto, Athletic Club and Lille.

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