France head into the world cup as the champions of the world. They won the world cup in 2018 and added another star to their national emblem personifying the number of world cup wins. Despite their achievement 4 years ago, they do not head into the world cup as favourites, and a lot of factors are in play for that reason. They are one of the contenders to go deep, but not the favourites to win it all over again.
Their world cup win was their second ever, and first since they last won in 1998. It was also the second time that they made it into the finals since 1998, the previous final being the infamous 2006 final against Italy where Zidane headbutted Materazzi.
They have the mettle to their name with an elite squad and talents like touchameni and Mnappe and Varane and Pavard as senior heads in the team. They won the euros twice, first in 1984 and then in 2000.
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. Nike is the kit manufacturer for France, and, the emblem of the French FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys.
They are following the same colour scheme as they have in the past with their national kits and jerseys. The first kit is cobalt blue whereas the second is white in colour.
The blue kit is cobalt in its shade, and the Nike logo as well as the emblem of the French FA are in gold colour, along with the two stars above the French rooster. The kit is sleek in appearance and gives off a rich vibe as should be expected of one of the leading fashion countries around the globe.
The white kit is just as good as the cobalt kit If not better. The white kit has a subtle secondary layer of pattern which isn’t recognisable unless you view it from up close. The emblem and the logo are blue in colour, teal and mixed blue in colour which stands out a lot in the kit and speaks loudly and emphasizes the white further.