Sportswear giants Adidas have released new 2019 home jerseys for Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico, which the former two will wear at the 2019 Copa America.
The tournament kicks off in Brazil on 14 June, and Adidas have ensured two of the favourites, Argentina and Colombia, will look sharp.
Argentina have added a navy blue ringer look to the collar and sleeves, the signature Adidas three stripes on the shoulders have changed from black to sky blue, and the country's sky blue and white stripes are much bigger, broader, and fewer in number - in the style of the current Juventus home jersey.
Colombia's kit has gone a softer shade of yellow, while the front is fully covered in a zig-zagging blue line pattern. The blocks of red and blue adorning the sides of the 2018 World Cup kit are gone.
Mexico are not competing at the Copa America for the first time since 1993 (10 editions of the tournament), but their look is the most different. They have completely departed from their usual dark green and gone for a slick black look with textured grey striped pattern.