Belgium have unveiled their new home kit for the forthcoming Euro 2020 finals, as the world's number one side look to take the final step and claim a major international trophy for the first time. 

The Red Devils were defeated semi-finalists at the World Cup in Russia in 2018, finishing ultimately in third place, but have bounced back to storm to qualification for Euro 2020 with eight successive qualifying wins. 

And as they gear up to keep their 100% record going into the finals, where they will undoubtedly be one of the favourites to pry the trophy from Portugal, they'll be doing so in style, adorned in their new adidas home kit. 

Their new strip was announced via the national team's official website, and sees a pretty big departure from their current shirt.

The gold diamonds previously emblazoned across the chest make way for two wide diagonal black stripes spanning a significant portion of the shirt, inter-cut with one red stripe distinct in its darker shade.

In line with the Belgian national flag, the red and black colour scheme is complemented by a gold trim, featuring on the simple V-neck collar and the adidas emblem.

The new colours will be worn for the first time in Belgium's final qualifiers with Russia and Cyprus, as they look to end qualifying on a high and take some momentum with them into the finals in the summer. 

Their best ever showing at a European Championships came all the way back in 1980, long before the birth of any of their current crop of players, when they lost 2-1 to West Germany.

After that, they failed to so much as advance beyond the group stage until 2016, when they rampaged past Hungary in the last 16 before losing out to Wales in the quarter-finals. 

They will be hoping that their new kit is remembered as the one in which they finally reap the rewards worthy of the talent within their ranks, with the likes of ​Kevin de Bruyne and ​Eden Hazard still yet to taste glory on the international stage. 

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