Cameroon Kit: Through the years
Design: Dark green is the colour of choice for the Indomitable Lions, with red and yellow also featuring prominently as secondary colours within the design. Yellow is regularly used for trim and socks, while red shorts are standard.
Short History: A first appearance at the competition was made in 2002, with what was a kit that stuck religiously to the basic colour scheme that the country employ. By 1990, though, embellishments had begun to appear, with white hoops appearing on the arms of the shirts made famous by Roger Milla and co. The white had gone in 1994, with a red collar added in its place, while the next major change came with the addition of black sleeves in 2002. By their final appearance in 2010, trim was kept to a minimum in what was the least flamboyant design of the country's World Cup life to date.
The greatest kit: Cameroon appeared at the 2002 African Cup of Nations in what was effectively a basketball jersey. However, ahead of the year's FIFA World Cup, the shirt was deemed to contravene regulation. As a result, black sleeves were added and the overall visual effect maintained.
Kits through the years: