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Watch: Wales stars model new World Cup kits in teaser video

03 Sep 2022 4 minute read
Brennan Johnson, Neco Williams and Connor Roberts model the new Wales shirts (Credit: FAW)

A trio of Wales stars have shown off the new Wales home and away shirts in a video to promote the pre-order of the kit.

The video, by the Football Association of Wales and stockist JD Sports, sees Brennan Johnson, Neco Williams and Connor Roberts modelling the new kit which will be worn at the World Cup.

The shirts which retail at £65 for adults and £50 for juniors, have an expected release date of September 15, but the shirts can be pre-ordered now from JD Sports online or in-store.

The Wales home and away shirts pictured in the window of JD Sports in Cardiff (Credit: Jason Hewitt)

The first sighting of the new Wales home and away World Cup shirts were spotted in store yesterday – although they won’t actually be on sale for another 18 days.

The shirts from Adidas were spotted in the Queen Street, Cardiff branch of JD Sports.

This raised excitement that the shirts were actually on sale. However a phonecall to the store revealed that the shirts were in the window to advertise the fact they were available for pre-sale.

Since the shirts were leaked in the last week, fans have had their say, with particular love for the away shirt, which includes the colours of the Welsh flag.

The shirts will retail for £65.

Wales shirts in the window of JD Sports in Cardiff (Credit: Jason Hewitt)
A freeze frame of the Wales home and away shirts from the video

The new Wales World Cup home and away shirts were unveiled by Adidas in a blink and you’ll miss it video last weekend.

However, you needed to be a dab hand with the pause button to actually see it.

The sports giant have now unveiled all their World Cup shirts and the video was a teaser for the actual major launch later this month.

The red and white Wales shirts will be worn by the players in Qatar and will be worn during the forthcoming Nations League games against Poland and Belgium in September.

Jamie Jones wearing the new Wales shirt during his headlining set at Creamfields (Credit: Jamie Jones Instagram)

The first glimpse of the Wales World Cup home shirt was seen at Creamfields music festival.

The shirt was worn by DJ Jamie Jones, who was one of the headliners at the festival last weekend.

Jamie grew up in Bontnewydd and went to Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen in Caernarfon before becoming a world famous DJ.

Jamie, who has millions of followers, posted pictures and videos of him wearing the new shirt on his Instagram stories.

DJ Jamie Jones modelling the shirt at Creamfields (Credit: Jamie Jones Instagram)
Jamie Jones wearing the shirt during his DJ set at Creamfiekds (Credit Paradise Prods Instagram)
Jamie Jones modelling the shirt at Creamfield (Credit: Jamie Jones Instagram)

The home shirt was “leaked” in a similar fashion to other Adidas World Cup jerseys, where DJs, gamers and social media influencers have been pictured wearing the shirts of their home countries as part of a creative marketing campaign.

The Adidas Wales 2022 World Cup home jersey has a red base colour and white Three Stripes on the shoulders – in keeping with the template of other Adidas World Cup shirts which have already been revealed.

The round neck collar has white trim and Adidas’ new logo is also white. There also appears to be tonal stripes with a shiny finish on the front of the shirt and green piping on the side of the body of the shirt.

There is also a daffodil at the back of the neck of the shirt.

Watch Jamie Jones model the shirt on his Instagram

Watch Jamie Jones model the shirt on the Paradise Productions Instagram

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