The 2012 European ChampionshipThe Tango 12, the Adidas ball that will be the official ball of the 2012 European Championship.
CroatiaThe Croatian team has the most iconic color scheme in sports. They do not disappoint.
Czech RepublicA clean, simple red shirt with the Czech crest on a field of blue.
DenmarkThe Danes have a bit of a throwback look that feels 80's but not in a good way.
EnglandOne of the biggest teams in the world will go to Euro 2012 with a very classic look.
FranceThe French bring a slightly different look with alternating dark and light blue stripes. The red of the French flag is gone from this kit.
GermanyThe Germans break out the green jersey's in a nod to the great German teams of the 1970s.
GreeceThe Greeks have a beautiful color scheme that Adidas has turned into a very classy jersey.
IrelandThe Irish and Umbro have come up with a nice looking effort. The stripe and the crest look great, but what is going on with that number?
ItalyThe Italians will wear blue, no surprises here, very traditional.
NetherlandsThe Dutch will wear a bight orange and dark orange look. Orange has always been the color of the Dutch team and they will look great again.
PolandThe Polish will want to impress as one of the hosts of the tournament and this Jersey, which is reminiscent of the Polish flag will look sharp even if their play falters.
PortugalThe Portuguese have a chronic habit of wearing the most boring jersey possible. They have succeeded again at Euro 2012.
RussiaThe Russians have all three colors of their flag represented on the jersey. But it is that stripe that will really make them stand out.
SpainThe defending World Cup champions will wear what appears to be a very tight fitting kit from Adidas. The red and gold is traditional and looks excellent.
SwedenThe Swedes have one of the best color schemes of any nation and they don't disappoint with this effort.
UkraineThe Ukrainian team qualified by virtue of being a host and will be a definite dark horse when the tournament starts, but they will look great doing it.
All 16 nations participating in this summer's European Championship have brand new jerseys for the event.
The European Championship, also known as the Euro Cup, is a soccer tournament played every four years between the 16 top teams in Europe for the title of Champion.
For European soccer fans, as well as many others around the world, this event is as big a deal as the World Cup, and happens two years after that tournament so as to fall exactly halfway between World Cups.
This year's tournament will be hosted by Poland and Ukraine from June 8 through July 1 when the final will be contested in Kiev.
All 16 teams in the tournament, 14 qualifiers and two hosts, have brand new designs from various manufacturers. Check them all out here.