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Perfect ten for the UEFA kit assistance scheme

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Ten European national teams have a new look on the pitch thanks to UEFA's cooperation with Italian kit suppliers Erreà.

Ten international senior and Under-21 teams will be sporting new kits over the next two years thanks to the UEFA kit assistance scheme, run in cooperation with Italian kit suppliers Erreà Sport.

The kit assistance scheme, launched in 2007, provides match and training kit for smaller national associations' men's and women's senior and Under-21 teams.

Which national associations benefit from the kit assistance scheme?

🇦🇩 Andorra
🇧🇾 Belarus
🇨🇾 Cyprus
🇫🇴 Faroe Islands
🇰🇿 Kazakhstan (new addition for 2024)
🇽🇰 Kosovo (new addition for 2024)
🇱🇮 Liechtenstein
🇱🇺 Luxembourg
🇲🇹 Malta
🇸🇲 San Marino

The scheme has been run in cooperation with Erreà since 2022, and enables associations that lack sufficient bargaining power with kit suppliers to play in top-calibre clothing featuring bespoke designs tailored to represent their own national identities and cultures.

"With the dawn of this second two-year period, we aim to heighten our collaboration with the national teams and make significant progress in the design and presentation of the kits. We want to take our partnership with the football associations to new levels, offering innovative solutions and meeting their ever-increasing expectations."

Angelo Gandolfi, Erreà president

The 2024 range was unveiled in Cyprus following a dedicated design workshop with the national associations last autumn.