The Dutch national football team are called the Oranje for a reason
You don't need to be fluent in Dutch to know what that means. The country and the team is synonymous with the colour orange.
Every second summer the stadia of the world are awash in orange as the fans travel to watch their team at major tournaments. If the Netherlands somehow qualify for next year's World Cup , they jersey will look very different.
According to the ever-reliable Footy Headlines, the Dutch will be adding a red, white and blue sash to their orange shirt. That could take some getting used to.
Red, white and blue has been regularly used on away shirts, but never so prominently on the home kit. The colour scheme is best remembered on a Dutch kit during the 2006 World Cup.
The white jersey, with the sash was worn in the infamous 'Battle of Nuremburg' in 2006 against Portugal. A smaller version was also used on a sky-blue jersey during Euro 2008.
Although the jersey has yet to be officially released, it will take some getting used to when when seen on the players.