European Championship finalists at EURO 1996 and semi-finalists at EURO 2004, the Czech Republic are always a formidable opponent. After missing out on qualifying for the 2014, Tomáš Rosický (Arsenal FC), Petr Čech (Chelsea FC) and their team mates will be looking for continental glory at EURO 2016 starting with the competitions qualifiers in September.
During their upcoming meetings with the likes of European powers Netherlands, Turkey and a greatly improved Iceland for a spot in France two years from now, the Czechs will be be wearing their newly released 2014-15 home and away kits from PUMA.
Both jerseys use new slim-fitting designs from PUMA in the Czech Republic’s familiar home red with blue accents and away white with flashes of the red and blue of the country’s national flag. As with all of PUMA’s new national team shirts, authentic versions of the jerseys will have built-in high tech ACTV athletic taping to support player muscles and enhance performance on the pitch.
The Czech Republic senior men’s national soccer team gave their 14-15 PUMA home uniform its first run out during a recent 2-2 draw with Norway at Prague’s Eden Arena.