Poland 2014-15 Home and Away Shirts

Nicknamed Biało-czerwoni(The White and Reds) or Orły(The Eagles), Poland national team is one of successful teams in Europe. The squad once got the runner-up of the 1974 and 1982 World Cups and succeeded making the last eight of the 1978 World Cup. Zbigniew Boniek was the most famous and the greatest Polish player all time. He was capable of playing as a midfielder, a forward or a sweeper. In 2014, Boniek was selected by Pelé as one of the 100 best living footballers. He also played for some football clubs including Widzew Łódź, Juventus and Roma.

The 2014-15 home and away shirts continue the tradition of the national team. The home kit includes red shirt, red shorts and red socks. On the contrary, the away kit includes white shirt, red shorts and white socks. The most iconic and glorious national symbols—the Polish flag and the white eagle are shown on the two shirts, representing the glory and passion of Polish football. They all feature a stylish V-neck collar.

“In addition to providing players with high-performance shirts, our goal is that the jersey can reflect the characteristics of each country. For Polish players, the eagle means a lot, and the support of Polish fanatics is also impressive. The eagle appears twice on the jersey in order to show the relationship between the team and the country.” said Martin Lotti, creative director of Nike.

Nike Dri-FIT technology can absorb sweat from skin quickly and keep players cool and dry.

Nike shirt, shorts and socks are made from recycled polyester, showing the environmental awareness and reducing the impact on environment.

Predominately White Poland Polo Shirt

In order to fulfill the various demands of several teammates, we would like to choose a polo shirt similar to the Poland football shirt to a certain extent. The predominately white Poland polo shirt is dyed in white, adorning with a three-button placket. Red stripes are printed on shoulder panels, adding energy and modern touch into the concise design.

Different with the 2016 white Poland home shirt, the polo shirt is adorned with fold over collar, finishing with notable red trims. The Official EURO 2016 logo and national flag emblem are printed on the right and left chest respectively. It is machine washable and can be dried in short time. It will help football players excluding interferences on sports field and keeping body cool and dry.

Putting on the predominately white Poland polo shirt, all teammates will present a tidy and clear appearances as confronting some tournaments. In addition, some teammates also would like to choose the red and white Raglan-sleeved T-shirt for more comfortable design, because they don’t like the fold over collar. For the striking contrast between the red cloths and white cloths, the T-shirt looks like a shirt with more energy than the above predominately white polo-shirt. Besides, all teammates could show their supports to the Poland national football team, too. The retro shirt is printed with emblem of Poland side for over one thousand years. the retrospective red shirts is also machine washable for fine gauge tight knit fabric, which retains the shape of the red retrospective shirt.

Municipal Stadium

The Municipal Stadium is located in Wrocław, Poland, with a capacity of 42,771 spectators. As a modern football stadium, it was originally built for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship. As a home football stadium of the Śląsk Wrocław football team, it installed an all-covered roof. After the National Stadium and the Silesia Stadium, the Municipal Stadium became the biggest football stadium in Poland, the third-largest in Ekstraklasa.

The construction work spans about two years from Apr. 2009 to Sep. 2011. It was inaugurated on Sep. 10, 2011, when a boxing competition between Tomasz Adamek and Vitali Klitschko. The external walls of the football stadium are different from those of others for an innovative design. The whole building is equipped with special glass fiber, which is coated by Teflon. This novel design leaves lightness and transparency to the large structure. In addition, the football stadium is surrounded by beautiful landscape with benches, allowing people enjoy the scenery in a relaxing environment.

Stadion Energa Gdańsk

The Stadion Energa Gdańsk is located in Gdańsk, Poland, the largest football stadium in Ekstraklasa. In addition to some significant international matches, it also could be used as a place for some concerts, cultural activities and large-sized rallies. It could accommodates 41,620 spectators at a time, including tickets for sitting and tickets for standing. The football stadium is a football-specific stadium rather than a multi-purpose stadium, because turf of the football stadium is not ejected or changeable. In addition, there is no track for athletics.

The exterior walls of the football stadium seem like a large amber located on the Baltic coast. 82 girders are the main weight-bearing structure of the grand large football stadium. The whole roof covers an area of 44,000 square meters. Although failed to align with the standards of FIFA and UEFA, Stadion Energa Gdańsk is qualified enough for UEFA Category 4. In addition to some advance equipment, there are many ways for spectators to access to the football stadium.

Silesian Stadium – Football Stadium

The renowned football stadium – Silesian Stadium is located in the Slaskie region of Poland, with a capacity of 56,211. In 1993, the football stadium was specially designated for the Polish national football team. Taking as the home pitch of the Polish national football team, the football stadium was renovated as an all-seat stadium. For the gradually strict controls and escalated standards, the original old football stadium is not quality enough for some international competitions. For this reason, a reconstruction plan has been proposed to fulfill requirements of some significant matches.

The construction work of the Silesian Stadium was completed by 2016, with more than 55,000 seats having being installed. In addition, some modern equipment have been installed, including illumination system, audio system and security system. Before the inauguration of the national stadium, it was taken as the only national stadium for many years. Certainly, many classic scenes have been recorded at the football stadium.

Famous National Stadium, Warsaw

As the most famous football stadium, the National Stadium of Poland is located in Warsaw, Poland, Europe, with a seating capacity of 58,145. One of the highlights of the National Stadium is the retractable roof. For this reason, most international competitions have been hold at the football stadium. As the newly built football stadium, it is widely regarded as the largest football stadium for its No. 1 capacity. The construction work of the PGE Narodowy spans three years, from 2008 to 2011. The retractable roof could be suspended over the pitch when needed, and folded into a nest on a spire after when it is not necessary.

The grand retractable roof is powered by cable-supported unfolding system of Germany. The advanced roof is similar with those of BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In order to avoid postpones incurred by bad weather, the pitch-heating system is laid under the pitch. In addition, it is equipped with the training pitch, façade lighting and an underground parking lot.

White Poland Home Shirt 2016 | Fc Kingdom

Designers of Nike endow the brand new white Poland shirt a modern and fresh touch, following traditional designs of precious football shirts of Poland national football team. As a hot product at the Fc Kingdom’s online shop, they are popular among loyal football fans for the patriotic design, reminding the loyalty to Poland from time to time. The red Eagle logo is stitched on a noticeable position, with the red Nike logo on the opposite position.


A V-shaped collar is striking with a white stripe embroidered on the back of the collar. The gradually changed oblique faded grey stripes are started from the left corner of the shirt and stopped at the right corner of the lower part. All these grey stripes are a symbol of the wings of Eagle, representing the powerful strength of Poland. In order to optimize the wearing experience of the concise white Poland football shirt 2016, the manufacturer takes an advanced Dri-Fit technology to keep players cool, dry and comfortable.