Continues with the retro style and is mainly white featuring navy blue horizontal stripes. The new FFF away jersey takes strong visual cues from the 'marinière', a piece of French history since the last century, and now a timeless French style icon. The marinière first appeared as the uniform of sailors in the French navy in the 19th century and was first seen in civilian wardrobes in the early 20th century. Soon, it would become a symbol of French culture, adopted by free-spirited individuals in France and beyond. It features a white round collar and cuffs. The Nike ‘swoosh’ logo is placed on the top right part of the chest with the French Football Federation emblem placed on the opposite left. The shirt will be complemented by white shorts socks.
Below ilustrated away shirt with the blue shorts was worn by defender Bakary Sagna during the Euro 2012 qualifying football match Belarus vs France at the Dinamo Stadium in Minsk, on June 3, 2011.
Overall replica version for France away shirts similar as the player issue, just without the white gap for players name and numbers.