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With the tournament now just seven short months away, Adidas have unleashed the first batch of their official home shirts for Euro 2020 (stream qualifying and finals matches live on ESPN+ in the U.S.).

Several nations including Spain, Germany, Belgium and Russia have been presented with their new jerseys.

All the designs are inspired by the same central concept: the point at which art meets football.

Reverting to the classic red-and-yellow palette of yore, the new Spain shirt features an original, hand-painted abstract deconstruction of the national flag.

The fine detailing also includes the number 1920 printed on the neck in reference to the 100th anniversary of the Spanish Football Federation launching their first-ever recognised shirt.

As handsome and understated as ever, the new Germany shirt boasts a hand-painted pinstripe design running horizontally across the body, with the national colours of black, red and gold relocated to the sleeves.

Indeed,Die Mannschafts long run of beautifully minimalist national team jerseys looks set to continue into 2020.

Belgiums latest kit is a celebration of the strong and progressive colours used on the nations flag with an added diagonal brushstroke flourishes.

The Red Devils all-new, reconfigured team crest also sees the aforementioned colours used to create the letter B, which is also echoed in a similar design detail on the back of the neck.

An exercise in class and modernity, the new Sweden shirt is pared down and tinged with retro appointments, including that classic blocky V-neck.

The sleeve cuffs also feature a modernist interpretation of the Swedish flag while the wordSverigeis printed across the back of the neck.

The Russia shirt also heralds the return of the oversized V-neck along with a hand-painted graphic that covers the majority of the body.

Blue and white blocks of colours are also added to the sleeves as a symbol of unity amongst players and fans.

Welsh culture is celebrated with the Dragons latest offering, with the red and yellow detailing taking inspiration from the famous sigil of 15th century Welsh revolutionary Owain Glyndwr.

As well as paying homage to national colours, the sleeve cuff also mirrors the design seen on the bucket hat favoured by Wales fans, which is certain to go down well on the terraces.

The Magyars new shirt is a bold red design with green trim and a spray-paint style graphic inspired by the mighty River Danube, which flows through the heart of the land.

To help complete the design, aMagyarorszag[the Hungarian word for Hungary] detail has also been placed on the back of the neck.

Not to be left out, Puma also unveiled their latest creation for the Italian national team on Monday too, the latest in their Renaissance-inspired run.

As withthe green shirt that preceded it, the accompanying white jersey features a modern take on historic Italian art which they say celebrates the hopes and aspirations of a new generation ofAzzuriplayers.

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