For much of the 2000s, Canada Soccer has been a powerhouse; since its fourth-place finish in 2003, Canada has consistently been ranked among the world’s top 10. The team was third in global competition in 2012 and 2016, as well as a quarterfinalist while hosting in 2015. In North and Central American play, Nike Pas Cher,Canada has twice been crowned champions and five times runners-up in the region’s hallmark tournament.
In France, the team will be led by captain Christine Sinclair, a fixture for Canada since 2000. Sinclair owns the second-highest international goal tally in history. She guides a side that blends veteran talent with a young generation poised to continue Canada’s strong traditions.
“As a federation, France provides so much inspiration to our designers,” says Cassie Looker, ,Nike Pas Cher HommeNike Women’s Football Apparel Lead. “The French are extremely patriotic, so given they are tournament hosts these themes were especially important to the concept of the home kit. It’s also essential to recognize that innate flair of the nation, and the away kit really captures that essence.”
The FFF away kit, white shirt and socks paired with blue shorts carries a unique hexadot pattern referencing both the country’s informal nickname (l’hexagone) and the dotted styles of French fashion. It shares the same interior detail (“Nos Différences Nous Unissent”),Chaussures Nike Pas Cher, rose gold detailing and Art Deco font as the home kit.
One of those players, Kylian Mbappe burst into global stardom at the age of 19 and was awarded young player of the tournament. Mbappe’s goal in the final was emblematic of his strong play. Croatia’s Luka Modric was awarded the Golden Ball, for best player of the tournament. Additionally, Nike athlete Thibaut Courtois won 2018’s Golden Glove.