Iceland have unveiled their Erreà home and away shirts for their World Cup debut. Everyone's favourite frozen underdogs will be chasing more upsets this summer in stylishly sleeved blue and white jerseys.

After their heroics at Euro 2016, Iceland will once again venture into unchartered territory with a fearless approach as one of the proudest nations at the tournament. As for the jerseys, the home shirt is drenched in blue, and the away shirt is all white – both featuring graphic shoulders and sleeves. The red shirt above is the goalkeeper top.

Erreà have launched a short-video to celebrate the launch of the shirts by capturing the passion and unique circumstances Icelanders go through to play their beloved sport. The low population alone of the country will always have them punching above their weight, but this plucky nation punch hard... just ask England.


Iceland will wear the new away shirt for the first time when they take on Mexico in the United States on March 24, before switching into their new home shirt for a home friendly against Peru at the Red Bull Arena four days later.