HERE ARE THE COOLEST WORLD CUP JERSEYS : PICTURES

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Brasil

1. Brazil

When Brazil looks to win its sixth World Cup on its home soil this summer, it’ll do so in the utmost style. The yellow and blue numbers above stick close to the blueprint for the seleção‘s respective home and away kits. Meanwhile, the dark green alternate jersey provides a nice change of pace, right down those subtly striped shorts. To mix our sports metaphors, Brazil (with some help fromNike) knocks it out of the park. Final score: 10/10

Spain

2. Spain

Adidas does a top-notch job of balancing tradition with innovation. The red home numbers reflect the look you expect from Spain, while the away versions offer something else entirely: A black base with neon green trim. Not every nation could pull this off, but the look fits perfectly with Spain’s stacked squad of fearsome attackers and creative ball-handlers. Final score 9.6/10

Portugal

3. Portugal

Another excellent study in contrasts. Portugal’s red home kit is all fire and strength, while the away kit features a clean blue and white look. The Portuguese Football Federation’s excellent patch, meanwhile, is a welcome addition to any shirt. Final score: 9.5/10

Italy

4. Italy

Italy has one of the game’s classic kits, year in and year out. Puma does that heritage justice here, with two equally excellent outfits. From the tiny collar on the blue home shirt to the light gray pinstripes on the white away kit, little details make a difference. Final score: 9.4/10

IMAGE: TOM OLDHAM PHOTOGRAPHY/PUMA

Germany

5. Germany

Another great contrasting look. The white home kit is clean, simple and traditional, while the away kit’s deep red and black stripes give the attacking German squad some fearsome style. Final score: 9.2/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

Argentina

6. Argentina

Argentina’s vertically striped home kits are among the most iconic in soccer. Adidas does good job of not messing with tradition here, while the albiceleste‘s darker away duds look sharp too.Final score: 9.1/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

Netherlands

7. Netherlands

The Netherlands signature orange home shirts and excellent lion crest give Nike plenty to work with here. But it’s the subtle designs on the blue away kit that really win us over. Final score: 9/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Mexico

8. Mexico

Adidas does El Tri justice here with a killer green home kit (moving the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación’s crest to the middle of the shirt is a nice touch). The blood-red away kits should look awesome in Brazil as well. Final score: 8.8/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

France

9. France

Less is more with France’s 2014 kits from Nike. The blue home kit is classic and timeless, while horizontal gray striping takes the white away shirt to another level. Final score: 8.7/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Cameroon

10. Cameroon

Puma pulled out all the stops for Cameroon’s green home jersey. The relief designs, vivid coloring and traditional lion crest (the squad’s amazing nickname is the Indomitable Lions) add up to a classic. That gold away number isn’t shabby either. Final score: 8.5/10.

IMAGE: PUMA

Japan

11. Japan

Another excellent balancing act between tradition and boldness. Japan’s blue home kits don’t contain any huge surprises, but that neon away uni is something else entirely. Both look mighty fine, however. Final score: 8.4/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

England

12. England

Nike goes for a classic look on both England’s home and away kits. Neither takes any real risks, but they both look pretty sweet. That yellow goalie shirt isn’t bad either. Final score: 8.2/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Croatia

13. Croatia

Those checkers! We have a feeling you’ll either love or hate Croatia’s unique national team kits, but we are definitely in the pro-check camp. The red and white checks look even better when used as trim on Croatia’s blue away shirts. Final score: 8/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Belgiumyle=”color: #000000;”>14. Belgium

Belgium’s three looks offer plenty of variety but it’s the big crown in-lay that goes a long way for us. Final score: 7.8/10

IMAGE: BURRDA SPORT

Ivorycoast

15. Cote D’Ivoire

Puma deserves credit for letting the Ivory Coast’s lovely green and orange colors do the heavy lifting here. The country’s elephant crest is also among the coolest in soccer. Final score: 7.6/10

IMAGE: TOM OLDHAM PHOTOGRAPHY/PUMA

Ghana

16. Ghana

Ghana’s red away kits are sharp, but it’s the creative trim around the collar of the home whites that will have the Black Stars looking extra-super in Brazil. Final score: 7.4/10

IMAGE: PUMA

Greece

17. Greece

Nike stuck to simplicity for Greece, and the result is a smooth look. Then again, that simplicity doesn’t offer anything far out of the ordinary, landing these uniforms in the middle of our power rankings. Final score: 7.2/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Usmnt

18. United States

When Nike unveiled the multi-colored USA away kits this spring, many snarkily denigrated them for looking like a summer popsicle. We think they look mighty fine — but those home white jerseys look too much like something you’d see at a Florida retirement village. Final score: 7/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Russia

19. Russia

Not bad, but far from transcendent. The white away kits do feature a unique design that we like.Final score: 6.7/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

Australia

20. Australia

Points for simplicity — but not too many points. Final score: 6.6/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Switzerland

21. Switzerland

These are … fine. Final score: 6.3/10

IMAGE: TOM OLDHAM PHOTOGRAPHY/PUMA

Uruguay

22. Uruguay

The blue-on-black home kits are kind of sweet, but this is the World Cup — we’re looking for greatness, not goodness. Final score: 6.2/10

IMAGE: TOM OLDHAM PHOTOGRAPHY/PUMA

Colombia

23. Colombia

Again, good but not great (in our humble opinion, of course). Final score: 6/10

IMAGE: ADIDAS

Algeria

24. Algeria

Some nice touches — the crescent moon and light green color give a good starting point — but, overall, not a lot going on. Final score: 5.8/10

IMAGE: PUMA

Chile

25. Chile

Chile is an interesting dark-horse contender in Brazil, but its uniforms won’t be generating a ton of buzz. We do like the red home kit’s blue collar though. Final score: 5.7/10

IMAGE: TOM OLDHAM PHOTOGRAPHY/PUMA

Costarica

26. Costa Rica

Ehhhh, these are okay. Final score: 5.6/10

IMAGE: LOTTO SPORT

Ecuador

27. Ecuador

They definitely don’t suck. But they definitely aren’t that memorable, either. Final score: 5.5/10

IMAGE: MARATHON SPORTS

Nigeria

28. Nigeria

Nigeria’s green and white flag offers a rich starting point, but we wish there was more going on here. Final score: 5.4

IMAGE: ADIDAS

Honduras

29. Honduras

Cool T-shirt? Yes. Cool World Cup jersey? Less so. Final score: 5.3/10

IMAGE: JOMA

Korea

30. South Korea

Pretty pedestrian, plus those differently-colored shoulder stripes on the white away kits look a little odd. Final score: 5.1/10

IMAGE: NIKE

Iran

31. Iran

That’s a cool in-lay, but these are otherwise pretty meh. Final score: 5/10

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