I am always up for teams changing up their kits every once in a while. Especially if they go outside the box. Graphic Designer Franco Carabajal does just that in his National Team “Flag” kits. He uses the flag of each country as the base for their kits. Luckily, he created a Mexico kit and I believe, it is much better than the leaked Adidas kit for the 2018 World Cup.
The newest version of FIFA is out real soon and most of the player ratings are out. These player ratings are taken from the Ultimate Team portion of the game. Unlike Osorio, I am looking at their rating in their natural positions. Also, they are from their basic versions. In FIFA 17, several Mexican National Team players received TOTW cards and even TOTY cards. FIFA 18 should be no different. With all that being said, let’s see what the people from EA think…
Chivas revealed their newest threads for this season. A third kit that could double as a national team kit. It joins their Home and Away kits in their kit rooms. Of course, the newest kit also includes that shiny star to remind you who is the defending LigaMX champions. Puma picked a good time to announce this kit with Mexico’s Independence Day coming up this weekend.
One question I get asked more than others is “where can I buy X Player’s jersey?” and since Chicharito is Mexico’s most popular player, his name comes up a lot. You would think buying a Chicharito jersey would be very easy but you have to be careful about where you buy one from.
If you look anywhere online, people are producing cool soccer art and products. Whether its custom kits, dad hats, or just eye catching illustrations. It makes it even better for me when I see Mexican soccer being represented in those projects. This project by Andrea De Luca features Jorge “El Brody Campos and deserves to be shared. Continue reading →