This will be the last world cup; Portugal will attend with their greatest-ever player Cristiano Ronaldo. In the four world cups he has played in since 2006, their best-ever finish was 4th at the world cup, and they would want to send their legendary striker off on a high by delivering him and the nation the prize it most covets. They have a solid and well-balanced squad at their disposal, with the roster including players that play at the peak of European football.
Their triumph in euro 2016 was one that was well earned, and, with this being the last time potentially for Portugal to go all the way at the world cup with one of the greatest strikers ever, they will have to give it their all. They have done quite well at both the FIFA World cup and the European championships.
Portugal Team FIFA World Cup Kits
Nike is the kit manufacturer for Portugal, and the emblem of the Portuguese FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. They travel to Qatar with two of the most prominent jersey colours that they have come to be synonymous with. The first kit is a darker shade of red, whereas the second kit is predominantly white.
The red kit is simple yet elegant in its ways and appearance. It is predominantly a darker shade of red, with a subtle striped design in the layers between the colours and the kit. The kit is divided into a slant variant of green. It covers the lower half of the kit. Together with red, it is a symbolic representation of the national flag of Portugal.
The second kit, which is mostly white in colour, uses both red and green from the first kit in a horizontal stripe which is centrally aligned in the kit. They also use a darker shade of blue along the sleeves and inside of the collar. In both kits, the emblem and the logo appear on the chest. The white kit has a better design. And, is quite nicely put together in the way it looks.