New Ghana kits by PUMA will be used at the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations
The new Ghana kits released by PUMA will be used by the Black Stars at the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations to be held in Cameroon.
The new designs according to PUMA is aimed at bringing authenticity and a sense of belonging to the African football fan.
The jersey after it release during the recent international break generated a buzz on social media.
Ghana including Egypt, Morocco, Senegal and Cote d'Ivoire are the five Federations to have worn the new kits released by PUMA. The kits will also be worn by these countries at the tournament.
PUMA's Head of Product line management Teamsport David Bremond explained the concept behind these new designs.
"The main purpose was to create authentic and personalised stories for each federation," Bremond began, "and we wanted to show the diversity of each of those countries and to make sure the fans are proud of wearing those kits.
"We want to give this sense of belonging to the people," he continued. "We know that football is much more than a sport, it's part of the culture of each of those countries.
"We wanted to make this authentic and to create bespoke stories and designs for the federations, and for the fans."
PUMA is set to release new designs for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be staged in Qatar.
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