Brazil will be looking smart in the USA this summer.

Every 2024 Copa America kit released & leaked so far: USMNT & Brazil looking stylish…

We’re almost at the final international break of the 2023-24 season and then all attention will turn to the climax of the club calendar, the title races across Europe and latter stages of the Champions League.

So it’s easy to forget that it’s less than a hundred days until the Copa America gets underway in the United States, with the holders Argentina set to kick off the tournament against an as-yet unconfirmed opponent at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

We don’t know about you, but we cannot wait. And the recent kit unveilings from Adidas and Nike have given us a taste for watching the likes of Lionel Messi, Vinicius Junior, Darwin Nunez and Christian Pulisic in the North American sunshine this summer.

For your perusal, we’ve compiled every available kit released so far – both official releases and purported leaks. Keep checking back as we’ll be keeping this one updated as and when new leaks and releases happen.


Very slick.



Two typically flamboyant designs from Adidas for Mexico. We bestow them the official Planet Football seal of approval.


Lionel Messi’s last major tournament? That extra gold badge looks good on him. Proper Argentina kits, these.


It’s almost impossible to make a Brazil kit look bad and we’re delighted to announce that Nike haven’t failed to produce the goods in 2024.


Note: these are the most recently released Uruguay kits, commemorating a century since they won Olympic gold in Paris. They actually failed to qualify for this summer’s Olympics, so it may be that these beautiful strips had a limited run-out in the qualifiers.

No official Copa America kit has been announced, and there are no leaks just yet.

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Chile’s home kit tries something a bit different with those dots. Away is clean, classic and simple.


Colombia just don’t do bad kits, do they?

We can already picture Luis Diaz’s old man wearing these, watching on from the stands.


TBA. No leaks yet.


Marathon have manufactured these numbers, but they might just have opened up a can of worms.

According to FIFA regulations, kits must adhere to the following rule: “The front Area and the Back Area of the Shirt must feature the same single Dominant Colour”

These kits don’t, which has led to speculation that Ecuador won’t be permitted to wear it at this summer’s tournament.


Leaks and kit announcements TBA. According to Footy Headlines, their home kit is set to feature a design inspired by the Paraguayan harp, their national instrument – and their away kit is set to have a rainforest-inspired design.


There’s that iconic red sash.


These have gone under the radar are a little amid some of the more high-profile Adidas kit announcements, but they’re just lovely. Classic burgundy for La Vinotinto. 



TBA. It’s rumoured that Jamaica will deviate from their traditional bright yellow and wear a ‘cream yellow’ number at this year’s Copa America. Watch this space.



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