Belgium head into the FIFA world cup finals with more than half of the squad at the peak of their powers. They will be hopeful that they can earn at least one laurel to their name with what has been arguably their golden generation, the greatest footballers they have ever produced together. They have 14 total qualifications for the world cup proper out of the 22 tournaments that have been held, with their best-ever finish being 3rd in Russia 4 years ago.
They do not have a better record at the Euros either, with 3rd being the best-ever finish they have managed to produce from 6 participations out of a possible 16 tournaments held. Players like Hazard, De Bruyne, Lukaku, Courtois, and others will be out of their prime when the FIFA world cup is hosted in 2026 by three North American nations in Canada, the USA, and Mexico.
Belgium Team FIFA World Cup Kits
The revolution that has been seen in kits will only continue, as fans from around the globe like kits that are good-looking and want to wear them to different places like pubs and cafes and when they want to have a kick about with their friends.
Adidas is the kit manufacturer for Belgium, and the emblem of the Belgian FA is on the opposite side of the Adidas logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. The two kits Belgium will be used at the tournament are, first, predominantly red and second, predominantly white in colour.
The red kit has changed things subtly, with the base being the same as the previous generations of international kits, just the layering and designs changing around. There is no artwork in the middle of the kit, with the designs being reserved for the sleeves and shoulders. The shoulders have broad black highlights with red highlights inside them and flames along the side. The kit is not the best, but it does inspire a bit of indifference to it.
The white kit is much more appealing than its red counterpart. The red kit felt a bit dark and brooding, whereas the white kit inspires excitement from anyone who wears the kit. It is white all around, with no designs whatsoever in the front of the kit, with subtle mixtures of colours being used for the sleeves as well as the collar along with the emblem and logo on the kit. There are some faint highlights along the sides of the kit as well.