The first batch of countries' home kits for Euro 2020 – which kicks off in Rome on 12 June – have been revealed.
The tournament will be held across the continent for the first time to celebrate UEFA's 60th anniversary.
The group stage of the qualification process will conclude in the upcoming international break, before 16 teams compete for the four remaining spots in the play-offs next March.
Six sides have already qualified for the 24-team competition and several more will join them in the coming days.
Now adidas have ratcheted up the excitement by releasing home jerseys for Germany, Spain, Belgium, Russia and Sweden. While Russia and Belgium are among the sides to have already booked their places in next summer's competition, Germany, Spain and Sweden could all cement their places this week – with the shirts on display for the first time in the final round of qualifiers played across Europe in the next few days.
England, who will qualify if they draw against Montenegro on Thursday, have their kits produced by Nike, and the 2020 home kit has yet to be revealed.
Adidas have retained the iconic German stripes but remodelled them in the style of contemporary hand-painted pinstripes. Elsewhere, the black, red and gold flag colours have made a return on the sleeves.
Belgium's latest kit celebrates the strong and progressive colours of the country's flag, and the graphic forms a letter 'B'.
Spain's shirt includes a '1920' detail on the neck, which honours the 100th anniversary of their first-ever national team jersey.
The bold colours of Russia's flag are represented here, and the blue and white detail on the sleeves is a symbol of the unity between players and fans.
A clean and minimalist design, Sweden's shirt also includes an artwork graphic on the sleeves.
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