After the huge success of the black shirt used in the 2010 World Cup, the team's sponsor decided to bring back the color for a game-packed 2015.

The Mexican Football Federation and their sponsor Adidas unveiled the new kit for Mexico's National Team. Miguel Herrera's men will have a tight schedule in 2015, where they will take part of the Copa America in Chile and the Gold Cup, where they will fight for a spot in the 2017 edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup. The teams colours will include a black jersey for home games, while their away kit will sport white, leaving the traditional green kit out for the first time in recent history.

The German sponsor denied this new kit tries to change the team's traditions, since fans can find green colours surrounding their crest.

Mexico's "home" jersey

The team's away kit brings back white coloring for the first time since 2006, when El Tri was sponsored by Nike. 

The sponsor released a marketing campaign for the new jersey, trying to make their fans feel better about the absence of a green kit.