LOOK: This Is the New Philippine Women’s National Team Kit

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in July will be one of its first stops!

With the Filipinas locked in to face the bright lights on the global stage, adidas has unveiled the Philippine Women’s National Team kit ahead of the tournament.

The team will be sporting the kit – designed and produced by the brand – across their various competitive ventures such as the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2023 Asian Football Federation Asian Cup. The adidas kits consist of three jerseys decked with tributes to the homeland. As the Filipinas continue to embody determination and ambition on the field, adidas created the kit to honor the team’s growth and serve as inspiration for the next wave of Filipino footballers.

The Philippine Women’s National Team kit is designed and produced by adidas,  coming in home, away, and third kits. The full kits were revealed for the very first time, consisting of three colorways, dedicated to the home, away, and third; all three kits are set to open for reservation Monday, June 19, wherein all who sign up can get the chance to be the lucky few to score early access to the kits.

Carrying the spirit of Filipino pride, all three kits reveal how adidas has woven performance with storied design elements that pay tribute to the local culture and heritage.

Sipa at Tiyaga. The home kit is fashioned in blue complete with adidas iconic three stripes across the pieces with its collar striped in red and white

  • Sipa at Tiyaga. The Filipinas’ home kit consists of a blue get-up, complete with adidas’ iconic three stripes across the pieces, with its collar striped in red and white. Blue or Bughaw represents the calm perseverance of our Filipinas throughout their road to the Women’s World Cup, and their journey of tackling obstacles with sportsmanship. The color also serves to symbolize inspiration for the new wave of Filipino footballers, especially those striving to represent the country with pride.

Ang Bagong Yugto. The away kit in white is adorned with three blue stripes and a collar decked in white and yellow

  • Ang Bagong Yugto. On the other hand, the away kit reveals the kit in white, this time adorned with three blue stripes and a collar decked in white and yellow. Aptly chosen for the away kit, white or Puti symbolizes the Filipinas’ fresh and determined start as they take on the Women’s World Cup for the first time and elevate the sport to new heights among the Filipino community and paving the way for a new era of football. The vibrant patterns also align with the dynamic mix of players within the team, composed of diverse members who come together united for a common goal.

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  • Alab Ng Puso. adidas also produced a third kit, a loud and bold red, also complete with the brand’s three stripes and a pairing of blue and white for the collar. Splashed in red or Pula, the kit is a suitable parallel to the Filipinas’ fiery passion and unbridled courage as they compete for the country, regardless of the odds, with an unwavering work ethic.

History-makers such as the Filipinas deserve gear that would best help them on the field – that’s why all three kits are made with adidas AEROREADY, managing moisture while providing comfort; 100% recycled polyester Interlock that gives the gear a hydrophilic finish; and mesh inserts placed on the sleeves and shoulders for breathability.


As for the kits’ design, each comes with a short-sleeve cut, a sublimated front panel print, and a ribbed round neckline and cuff. With adidas ready to support the team throughout their journey, the brand’s iconic three stripes are seen across the kits’ shoulder area next to an embroidered adidas Badge of Sport logo and the Philippine Football Federation’s logo.

Additionally, paying homage to the homeland, adidas has placed the Philippine flag across the left shoulder and waistband, as well as the flag’s sun symbol at the back of each jersey.


There is more to look forward to as apart from the Filipinas kits, consumers can also expect a hyperlocal pack bearing the new Filipinas seal, also designed by adidas. The design is a clear nod to the national flower Sampaguita, and similarly sports the national colors of red, blue, white, and yellow.


Merchandise carrying this seal cover items ranging from a hoodie, sweatshirt, t-shirts, and cap; and are available at the following stores:

  • adidas Brand Center

  • adidas Two Parkade

  • adidas Trinoma

  • adidas Uptown Mall

  • adidas Ayala Bay

  • adidas Venice Grand Canal Mall

“We are thrilled to introduce our association with adidas as we have our Filipinas take on the Women’s World Cup for the first time, and we feel the same excitement in seeing the adidas’ Filipinas kit come to life. As the Philippine national women’s football team and adidas become one with the mantra of Impossible Is Nothing, we will always be proud of and be in full support towards the Filipinas as they continue to grow and serve as inspirations to the Filipino football scene,” says Philippine Women’s National Team Manager Jefferson Cheng.

adidas Philippines General Manager Anthony Frangos also says, “At adidas, we live and breathe by the mantra of Impossible is Nothing, and the Filipinas are the group that best embodies this mindset. The Filipinas FIFA Women’s World Cup kits were designed by adidas with their rich journey in mind, and we hope this serves not just as an inspiration to the Filipino community as they rally behind our Filipinas, but also to the team itself as they take on the global stage for the Women’s World Cup.”

Starting June 19, the Home kit in blue, Away kit in white, and Third kit in red will be open for reservation through https://filipinasjerseyreservation.com/ wherein all who sign up can get the chance to own and sport the kits ahead of its launch. The hyperlocal pack bearing the Filipinas seal is now available for purchase as well, while Filipinos the world over can also reserve a slot for the kit via adidas partner BOOTCAMP Football Shop.