The Swedish football team is the selection of Swedish players representing the country at international men’s football competitions, under the auspices of the Swedish Football Federation.
The team made its debut in 1908, on the occasion of the Olympic Games. In 1924, she won the bronze medal at the Paris Olympics, where the first world football tournament was held. Package at the first edition of the World Cup in 1930, she reached the quarterfinals and semifinals of the next two editions, organized in Europe.
Sweden manages to qualify for the 2018 World Cup by eliminating Italy at the European zone play-offs. Sweden must prepare for a real battle against Italy and will have to give everything to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. With coach Janne Andersson and players such as Andreas Granqvist, John Guidetti and Sebastion Larsson, she should be able to work miracles. Sweden qualified for 11 World Cups and won third place in the tournament in 1950 and in 1994, its best result so far. She has not been qualified for the World Cup since 2006 and intends to give all she has to pull the qualification.
The colors of the Swedish flag have always been part of the colors of the Swedish selection, the home is composed of a yellow jersey, blue shorts and yellow socks. The home has never been significantly changed, the only changes are particular blue details on the shirt according to the models provided by the equipment manufacturer.
For the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Sweden will play in a brand new outfit. A jersey inspired by the famous retro jersey of 1988. Ola Toivonen or Berg will wear this new adidas jersey with historical design and new innovative technologies to the delight of fans of the Swedish football team!
The 2018 swimsuit is yellow and blue with a jacquard pattern and a V-neck inspired by Adidas EQT jerseys, blue with a yellow border. The Adidas bands on the sides of Sweden’s new jersey are blue.
In the same vein as the other Adidas jerseys, the 2018 Sweden home football jersey is clearly retro-inspired. The front motif, identical to that used on the current home shirt of Real Madrid, is taken from the jersey of 1988, while the shape of the collar comes from the jersey of 1992.
While Sweden qualified again for the 1990 World Cup after a long absence with the first jersey in 1988, Sweden wore the 1992 jersey in their Euro at home, having reached the semi-finals of the competition, beaten by Germany.
Regarding the technical suppliers of the Swedish team, the jersey at the 1970 World Cup is provided by the British equipment manufacturer Umbro, from 1974 to 2003 the Swedish team is equipped by the German Adidas, from 2003 to 2013 Sweden is again supplied by English Umbro, the first contract starts in 2003 for a period of six years, the contract with Umbro is slowly extended in 2007, in January 2013 the Swedish federation announces a six-year partnership with German Adidas who becomes the technical supplier of Sweden.