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The GoobNet Men’s World Cup Change Kit Challenge

The 2018 Men’s World Cup began on Thursday. We saw some thrilling matches, some wild finishes, and some intriguing kit fonts.

Naturally, we here at GoobNet are avid followers of all of the teams’ kits. Plain or colourful, traditional or modern, simple or detailled, we love to see the teams unveil uniforms that will stand out on the pitch and that will hopefully create fond memories for their supporters.

At the Men’s World Cup, each team has two kits. We all know the first kits: Brazil’s yellow and blue, Argentina’s sky blue and white, Mexico’s green, France’s blue, Australia’s gold and green.

But what of the change kits? They may not be as memorable, but they serve an important purpose. Some teams will need to wear theirs several times; in 2010, for instance, Germany wore their black kits three times, and Spain wore their blue kits three times, including their historic triumph in the final.

These sixteen Men’s World Cup teams all have change kits. Simply drag the teams’ names onto the colours of their change kits. Click a placed team if you want to remove it. Once you are done, lock in your answers and find out whether you were correct.


GREEN

BLACK AND BLUE CHECKS

WHITE WITH BLACK SHORTS

WHITE WITH BLUE SHORTS

ALL RED

RED WITH WHITE SHORTS

BLUE WITH ORANGE SHORTS

ALL WHITE


AustraliaAUS

EnglandENG

NigeriaNGA

Saudi ArabiaKSA

ColombiaCOL

FranceFRA

PolandPOL

SenegalSEN

CroatiaCRO

IranIRN

PortugalPOR

TunisiaTUN

EgyptEGY

Korea RepKOR

RussiaRUS

UruguayURU

RESULTS
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