Serbia Jersey and Kits for FIFA World Cup 2022

Serbia has had a complicated history when it comes to the FIFA world cup. The nation has qualified for the world cup on many occasions, but those qualifications came from 5 different nations and kingdoms in their history. As Serbia, they have three qualifications out of 4 available tournaments, starting in 2010. But in its entire history, they have 13 qualifications out of the 22 tournaments. They managed to reach the last 4 in the inaugural world cup but have failed to reach the same heights that they did back in 1930.

The story is the same in Euros, as they have only ever managed to qualify for five tournaments out of the 16 that have been held in their entire history, and none since 2000. Their early years were great for them, as they finished second in the first two tournaments that they participated in but have not reached the heights since.

Serbia Jersey and Kits for FIFA World Cup 2022

Serbia Team FIFA World Cup Kits

Puma is the kit manufacturer for Serbia, and the emblem of the Serbian FA is on the opposite side of the Puma logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. Like many other teams, they travel with two kits in the wardrobe, the first being red in colour, whereas the second being white in colour.

The red kit, primarily their first kit, is predominantly red, with gold on the sleeves as its secondary colour. There is not much done in terms of ingenuity on the kit, but there are subtle red crosses across the kit in a hidden shade focusing on them. They look good and do give the kit an added depth to it, which would have been missing without them.

Serbia Jersey and Kits for FIFA World Cup 2022


The white kit is predominantly white.  Gold appears for highlights in the kit and designs within. There are subtle white crosses across the kit in a hidden shade focusing on them. The kit has a central design which contains the letter SRB, short for Serbia, in the middle of the kit. The emblem, as well as the logo, appears above the design, which is nicely aligned together.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the world cup start?
The FIFA world cup starts on 20th November 2022.

Who is hosting the world cup?
Qatar is hosting the FIFA world cup, and the main city hosts are Doha.

When is the final of the world cup?
The final of the FIFA world cup will be hosted on 18th December 2022.

How many groups are there in the world cup?
There are eight groups in the FIFA world cup, with each group constituting four teams.

Whom will Serbia play in their group?
Serbia will play in Group G with Brazil, Switzerland & Cameroon.