Mexico and adidas have teamed up to produce an eye-catching ‘Azteca’ home shirt that will be used by the national team this year.
It is again a move away from the traditional green-coloured shirts that Mexico usually adorn.
Their newest number predominantly features a pink and black pattern, which is seen across the front of the shirt and sleeves.
The traditional green colour is only present in the national team crest. The neck and sleeves of the shirt are trimmed with different shades of pink.
It is a slight variation on other designs utilised by Mexico in the last few years that have contained some of the colours of the national flag.
The shirt is available to order over on the adidas website, take a look at the beauty below:
Captain Andres Guardado will lead his side into a packed summer of international football.
Mexico are set to take on Wales and Costa Rica in friendlies this month. They then face the latter opposition in the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Nations League in June.
In July, the side will attempt to defend their Gold Cup crown. That tournament is due to begin on July 10.
Mexico’s group contains El Salvador, Curacao and the winner of a preliminary match.
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