2002 korea world cup jersey

Paying tribute to Mexican ancient civilisations, Adidas have included a beautiful Aztec-influenced design on top of their white shirt. The 2010 winners will look stylish in this year’s World Cup with this throwback tribute to the jerseys worn in 1994. Major difference in these kits is that there are no collars and the blue trimming is slightly lighter (it almost looks purple, which caused some controversy). Streaks of red, blue and yellow represent Taegeuk – the symbol on the Korean flag meaning balance of the universe.