With a good nine months to go until the World Cup kicks off in Russia, we're already starting to see the jerseys that will be worn at the tournament filter through.
While not every team at the tournament will have a new jersey released before they board the plane, most of the bigger nations like to unveil a kit close to the tournament to cash in on the fever that will grow bigger and bigger as we get closer to kick-off.
Adidas have already seen five new jerseys reach the internet before their intended unveiling, as Germany, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, and hosts Russia have had leaks confirmed by FootyHeadlines.com.
We're loving Colombia and Argentina in particular, as there is a clear throwback theme across Adidas' plans.
A throwback to the iconic 1990 World Cup jersey in the pattern across the chest, this is sure to be a big hit.
This is a template we will see a lot from Adidas over the next year or two, and while it looks well for Mexico you'll see later that there are better versions around.
This one is a nod to the jersey Russia wore at Euro 88, but without the 'CCCP' across the front it does seem a little bit boring.
That's a beauty, themed on the jersey from the 1990 World Cup which was proudly worn by Carlos Valderamma and others, this is sure to be up there when we inevitably power rank all of the World Cup jerseys.
They just do not do ugly jerseys in Argentina. While there's no obvious throwback theme, the pattern in the blue stripes is a nice touch and this one should be very popular, not least because it will likely be Messi's last world cup.
Which one is your favourite so far?