The fans of Peruvian team Stay tuned because this Tuesday, January 17th, the Peruvian Football Federation and Adidas will show off the new two-tone kit. As the German brand announces on its social networks, the presentation will take place at 8 p.m. (Peruvian time).
The company will dress the Blanquirroja for the third time, after the 70s and 80s.On May 9, the FPF and Adidas entered into an agreement that began in 2023 and will end in 2026, the year in which it will be held World Cup USA, Mexico and Canada. The first team to use this new outfit will be the Sub 20 at the South American Cup in Colombia.
A few hours after the new model was unveiled, in the note below we tell you how many times the German company has made the jersey for the Peruvian team and how the design has evolved.
Peru U-20 team wearing the Adidas training shirt. Photo: FPF
How was the Peru kit with Adidas?
The renowned German brand first dressed the Blanquirroja between 1978 and 1981 when they played at the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. The design was simple, with the familiar stripe on the chest and three red lines on the sleeve. Over the years, the model changed: the neck became round and red.
For the South American qualifiers for the 1982 World Cup in Spain, Adidas completely renewed the facade of its creation. Before her bond ends, she added a V-neckline and long sleeves.
Design for the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. Photo: diffusion
Adidas returns to bicolor
Adidas returned to the two-tone after ending its association with Penalty for Mexico 1986 qualifiers. The German brand used the last design they left behind, only removing the collar from the shirt.
Draft from 1986. Photo: Diffusion