GUIDE FOR FINLAND TEAM MWS

2000-2002:

  • player shirts must have a small fluorescent yellow "EQUIPMENT" tag on the left bottom side;
  • Finland never played with names on the back in this period, except during the U20 World Championship in Argentina;
  • long sleeves weren't available in fan shops.

2002-2004:

  • player shirts have a double layer, but it looks like they were sold in fan shops with name and number. Note that Finland never played with names on the back in this period except in young teams international competitions.

2004-2006:

  • player shirts have the Palloliitto and Adidas logo in plastic material, while replicas have it sewn;
  • Finland never played with names on the back in this period;
  • player shirts have a double layer, Climacool model.

2006-2008:

  • player shirts do not have a black plastic button on the right bottom side on the front;
  • player shirts are Climacool model (as replicas);
  • away shirts never sold in fan shops, neither home shirts with long sleeves.

2008-2010:

  • player shirts are Formotion model, while replicas are Climacool;
  • away shirts never sold in fan shops, neither home shirts with long sleeves.

2010-2012:

  • player shirts are Formotion model, while replicas are Climacool;
  • away shirts never sold in fan shops, neither home shirts with long sleeves.

2012-2014:

  • player shirts are Climacool model (as replicas);
  • the only difference should be in the numbering of both front and rear: in replicas there are four thin oblique dotted lines, player shirts don't have them;
  • away shirts never sold in fan shops, neither home shirts with long sleeves.

2014-2016:

  • no difference for Nike shirts.

2016-2018:

  • player shirts have the printing under the collar on the right, while replicas have in the center;
  • only one very small white tag inside at the bottom of the shirt.

PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTRIBUTE OR POINT OUT MISTAKES! FEEL FREE TO WRITE TO ME THROUGH THE CONTACT PAGE IF YOU NEED FURTHER DETAILS.

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