Euro 2016 kits: Wales, Northern Ireland, Germany, Spain and more...
Last Updated: 01/06/16 1:43pm
Euro 2016 will be the most colourful European Championships to date as a record 24 nations compete across France for the Henri Delaunay Trophy, currently held by Spain.
But what strip will your nation be donning next summer? We bring you the latest efforts as they are unveiled...
Northern Ireland's first international tournament since 1986 sees them wear this green, white and navy kit, but it hasn't gone down well with the fans.
The Irish FA unveiled the £97 full strip ahead of their first European Championships in France next summer, but have faced a backlash from disgruntled supporters.
The kit has been labelled a 'monstrosity' and an 'awful mess' by an online petition, with fans upset that navy blue has been included along with the traditional green and white colours, wanting something similar to when the team qualified for the World Cup in 1982 and 1986.
"As players, we just play in what we're told to wear," said midfielder Oliver Norwood. "It's always an honour to pull on any Northern Ireland shirt."
Following the controversy over the home kit, the Irish FA tweeted a picture of the away kit with the message: "Here's the new Northern Ireland away kit! Better….?"
Wales have kept things simple with a plain red and white effort ahead of their first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup.
Their away kit is a striped black and grey strip with an electric green V-neck and adidas stripes down the shoulder.
Wales say the new away strip has taken a fresh interpretation on classic Welsh away colours of black, grey and green, each made famous by iconic kits from the 1970s, 80s and 90s.
Manufactured by adidas, Gareth Bale and Co will head to France after coming second in Euro Qualifiers Group B with 21 points from their 10 games.
World champions Germany are looking to make it back-to-back major tournament wins in France, and will be donning a plain white and black kit made by adidas.
Joachim Low's side finished top of Euro Qualifiers Group D, one point ahead of Poland, and will be looking to better their Euro 2012 show, where they were knocked out by Italy in the semi-finals.
Their away shirt is two shades of gray and also reversible, with a light green training shirt on the inside.
Flooded with Premier League talent, Belgium will be looking to get past the quarter-final stage of a major tournament for the first time since 1986.
Currently ranked No 1 in the world by FIFA, Marc Wilmots' side qualified from Group B with 23 points out of a possible 30, and will be wearing a red, black and yellow kit manufactured by adidas in France.
They will also travel with a rather stylish away kit that has a red, black and yellow stripe around the middle.
The reigning European champions will be living up to their nickname La Roja with their all-red effort in France, also made by adidas.
However, their away kit, which features an unusual design of colourful triangles, seems to have divided opinion.
Vicente Del Bosque's Spain had the third-best qualifying record with 27 points out of a possible 30 from Group C, behind England (30 out of 30) and Austria (28 out of 30).
Italy made the final of Euro 2012, and will be looking to go one better in France in this traditional light blue and white effort, manufactured by Puma.
The four-time world champions have not been quite as successful in the European Championship, winning the tournament once in 1968. They qualified from Group H unbeaten, winning seven of their 10 games.
Their away shirt features two stripes down the middle and Torsten Hochstetter, global creative director at PUMA said: "Strong Italian cultural influences inspire the design, there is such richness in the heritage of Italian football and we had a lot to work with."
Giorgino Chellini tweeted the following picture and described it as 'Bellissima!!!':
Also made by Puma, Switzerland take their two-tone hooped red strip to France having qualified behind England in Group E with seven wins and three defeats from their 10 games.
Switzerland, currently managed by Vladimir Petkovic, have not reached the quarter-finals of a major tournament since they hosted the 1954 World Cup.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and co booked their place at Euro 2016 with a play-off victory over Denmark.
In France they will be sporting a traditional yellow home kit and a blue and grey away kit, both made by adidas.
Austria had a strong qualification campaign, winning nine games and not losing a single match. It is the first time they've qualified for a major tournament since 1998, with the exception of Euro 2008 when they were joint hosts with Switzerland.
Their kit retains the same colours as usual, red with white strips down the shoulders.
Czech Republic topped Group A of qualifying ahead of Iceland, Turkey and a lacklustre Netherlands side who won't be a part of the finals.
Puma have taken the decision to remove all blue from the kit, going for a bold red look entering the tournament.
Ukraine qualified for Euro 2016 via the play-offs after playing out two legs against Slovenia which they won 3-1 on aggregate.
Their kit retains a feeling of familiarity as they've decided to stick with the all-yellow look. The most notable difference is the subtle patterning used as a backdrop.
England's Group B opponents have never qualified for a European Championship as an independent country until this year. They came second in Group C behind Spain thanks to impressive performances from the likes of Martin Skrtel and Marek Hamsik.
Slovakia's shirt combining a white base with subtle hoops. There's a blue strip accompanied with blue sleeve cuffs and a blue round-neck collar.
Iceland were one of the Euro qualification surprise packages after finishing second in Group A ahead of Turkey and fourth-placed Netherlands, who failed to secure a place in the finals.
And with their qualification success comes a new kit, with Iceland retaining their classic blue colour with the bold red strip running vertically instead of horizontally.
Russia left it late to qualify ahead of Sweden in Group G with a 2-0 win over Montenegro last month, and will be wearing a V-neck adidas effort in France, with the national side's crest embossed across the dark red home shirt and the white away shirt.
Ahead of hosting the World Cup in 2018, Russia will be looking to better their semi-final appearance in 2008 having never previously progressed past the group stage of a major tournament.