Monday, November 13, 2017

FIFA World Cup 2018 Adidas Jersey Font

Adidas is providing the kits for Argentina, Belgium, Colombia, Egypt, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Russia and Spain for the 2018 FIFA World Cup that will be hosted by Russia. Aside from countries qualified to play in the World Cup, other federations sponsored by Adidas are also using the font on their teams jersey, such as, Algeria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Scotland, Sweden, Venezuela and Wales.

The font contains over 300 characters which includes two sets of numbers (plain and inlined); standard and accented letters, and basic punctuations and symbols. The plain numbers are used on the front of the shirt and on the shorts. The inlined numbers are used on the back of the shirts. Early use of the font shows that some federations also use the plain numbers at the back of the shirt. The accented letters include diacritics used in Western and Eastern Europe, as well as in Turkey. The font contains all the accented letters in the so-called Latin Pro encoding. The characters in the font are (shown here in Verdana):

The FIFA World Cup 2018 Adidas font is available in both Open Type and True Type font formats.

A preview font with very limited glyph set is available for download to give you a chance to test the font. The instructions on how to get the full font is is indicated in the copyright field of the preview font and in a text file included in the preview font download pack.

Download the preview font here or here or here.

Click on the SKIP AD button when you get to the linked page. The button is shown, after a short delay, near the upper right corner of the page. A click on the SKIP AD button starts the font download.

Hope you like my font.

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