Here Are The New Uniforms For All 16 Countries In This Summer's European Championships

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The European Championships is just a few weeks away.For the uninitiated, the Euros is a tournament between the top 16 soccer teams in Europe that’s played every four years.

It’s not as big as the World Cup, but the quality is typically higher because there are no random bottom feeders like North Korea or New Zealand involved.

Over the past few weeks, apparel makers Nike, Umbro, and Adidas have rolled out freshly designed uniforms for all 16 teams.

Our favourite: Germany’s green throwbacks.

Our least favourite: the heinous things that Adidas made for Denmark.

Croatia: The most iconic pattern in world soccer (Nike)

Czech Republic: One of the simpler uniforms in the bunch (Puma)

Denmark: Ugh, what's going on with those shoulder things? (Adidas)

England: Classic red and white look to match the flag (Umbro)

France: Light blue, blue, dark blue, and gold trim (Nike)

Germany: Going with the throwback green look that they wore in 1972 (Adidas)

Greece: We like the subtle flag reference with the washed-out blue cross (Adidas)

Ireland: Oh my, that number is terrible (Ireland)

Netherlands: It's hard not to love the orange (Nike)

Poland: By far the coolest logo in the tournament (Nike)

Portugal: This is basically a red t-shirt (Nike)

Russia: That's one LOUD stripe (Adidas)

Spain: As tight as they come (Adidas)

Sweden: Eek (Umbro)

Ukraine: Finally, someone takes a risk! (Adidas)

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