Official Nike Poland football shirts available with player kit printing. Since playing their first game in 1921 the Poland home kit has remained pretty much unchanged for 100 years as white shirts and red shorts with white socks. The only variation was the temporary addition of hooped socks during the 1920s. The team use the country's coat of arms, the Crowned White Eagle, as a team crest rather than their association's logo. This has lead to the team being nicknamed the White Eagles by their fans. Their away kit is the reverse, and they often have a blue or black third shirt in use to in case of a colour clash with opponents.