Other than players, one of the most important aspects of FIFA 18 Ultimate Team is choosing your kits.
The mode won’t have a market so unfortunately you’ll have to rely on pack luck to receive your favourites. Here are the top 10 that we think you should want the most.
All 32 teams at the World Cup will have fully licensed kits in FIFA 18, we pick our 10 favourites
Nigeria home kit
Nigeria’s home kit is sensational, the neon green and wild pattern really helps it stand out
This is probably one of the first kits that came to mind, Nigeria’s home kit is easily one of the most creative and unique kits at Russia 2018.
It’s one of the many reasons that fans are excited for Nigeria to be added to the game. If you want a flashy kit that stands out and won’t clash with others, this is the one for you.
England away kit
England’s away kit is a clean design with a feint St George’s cross running down the middle
Onto a more classic feel, England kits are always kept simple and on this occasion it really works.
The red away has a really clean design with a feint St George’s cross running down the middle. While you’ll only notice that nice detail during cut scenes, the kit will look just as great from far away with the tidy red and white combination.
Japan home kit
Japan’s home shirt has a graphic which takes inspiration from traditional samurai armour
Japan are one of the many teams who have been added to the game purely for the World Cup mode.
Their dark blue home kit is beautiful with small white lines going down the front. That design isn’t just for show either as Adidas revealed the graphic takes inspiration from traditional samurai armour.
Colombia home kit
Colombia’s yellow, blue and red colour combination shouldn’t work but it somehow does
Another kit for those who want to stand out, Colombia have one of the most unique kit colour schemes in the world.
The combination of yellow, blue and red works surprisingly well and adds an exotic flair to your squad. This year’s home shirt also has a cool triangular pattern on the sides – taking inspiration from iconic 70s and 80s kits.
Colombia away kit
Colombia are the only team with two on this list, the blue and orange really stands out
Colombia again, they’re the only team on to have both of their kits featured on this list.
Just like their home kit, the away partners colours which really shouldn’t work together. Somehow, Adidas have managed to get orange and blue to work together and we’re delighted that they did.
Germany away kit
Germany’s away kit is really cool with a unique shade of green and an eye-catching pattern
Another green shirt with a jazzy pattern, the German away kit is a wonderful design. The shade of green is fairly rare, leading to a nice change to the usual. A fine piece of German engineering.
Belgium home kit
Belgium’s kits are always bright and wonderful, the almost neon red looks great in game
Belgium have all the talent in the world but always struggle to make the most of that at international tournament. One thing you can guarantee from them though, are bright kits.
This eye-pooping red kit looks absolutely stunning and gives a nice nod to Belgium’s iconic 1984 shit.
Spain away kit
Spain have opted for a simpler away kit this year, the red trimmings compliment the white
Spain have had some polarising kits in the past, especially their last away shirt which reminded many people of vomit.
They’ve opted for a much simpler white kit this year which is complimented by the red trimmings.
France home kit
France home kits always impress but the three shades of blue this year are particularly great
The blue, white and red combination of the France kit is instantly recognisable. For some reason, three-colour combos work perfectly when it comes to international football.
This year, there are three shades of blue as the sleeves are made up of light blue lines on a dark blue while the main shirt is an ever deeper shade.
Brazil home kit
You can’t go wrong with a Brazil home kit, the vibrant colours reflect the country’s play style
Has there ever been a bad Brazil home kit? The yellow short and blue shorts is iconic in football and something all other nations will fear when they see it.
The vibrant colours reflect the flair that is always present in Brazil’s exciting football – they’re sure to light up Russia this summer.
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