Denmark has been a team that has always produced quality players and has always harboured a good squad at every tournament they have competed in and travelled to. They have a good squad as well heading into Qatar 2022, and they will back themselves to get a good result.
They are the third team in this group alone to have qualified for the world cup a total of six times. They are tied in this group with Tunisia and Australia for qualifications for the world cup finals. But they have performed better than the teams in the group since they regularly qualify for the knockouts, with their best place being 8th at the world cup finals.
Another reason why Denmark is considered a considerable threat is because of their record at the euros, having won the tournament once and regularly challenging to go deep in the tournament at every tournament they participate in.
Denmark Team FIFA World Cup Kit
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. Hummel is the kit manufacturer for Denmark, and the emblem of the Danish FA is on the opposite side of the Hummel logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys.
Denmark is one of the few teams to head into the world cup with three kits to their roster, unlike the two many teams have done. They are shrouding themselves in being unique this tournament and for a good reason as well as good measure.
The three kits they have in their wardrobe are white, black and Danish red, all monochromatic and following the same theme. Even the logo and emblem are of the same shade. They do not stand out, which is unexpected as not many companies would be okay with not having their logo stand out. The reason behind this theme is that they are in protest of the human rights violation that has been witnessed in Qatar during the preparation of the world cup that is to be held in 2022, and many workers have lost their lives and had to work in unfair and terrible conditions. This a great gesture by the Danish and will speak volumes.