World Cup fever has expanded to the gridiron in South Florida.
The Miami Dolphins on Thursday released photos of four soccer kit designs that have a Dolphins flair ahead of this weekend’s finals.
The four combinations on full display:
▪ Aqua top, white shorts, aqua socks, and orange and white cleats
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▪ White top, white shorts, white socks, and white and aqua cleats
▪ Black top, black shorts, aqua socks, and aqua and white cleats
▪ Aqua polo with an orange and white stripe combo in the middle and a white collar, white shorts, aqua socks (with white and orange stripes at the top), and black and white cleats.
A Dolphins patch is on the left chest while the nike swoosh is on the right as well as on the left leg of the shorts and on the socks and cleats.
The Dolphins also tweeted out a photo of an all-white kit to give fans the opportunity to design their own.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup ends Sunday with the Croatia and France facing off in the final at 11 a.m. Belgium and England will play in the third-place game at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Dolphins, meanwhile, are close to getting back on the football field. Rookies report to training camp on Wednesday with veterans reporting a week later on July 25. The first of 14 practices open to the public takes place on July 26 at the Dolphins training facility at Nova Southeastern University.
The Dolphins begin their four-game preseason schedule against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Aug. 9. Miami opens the 2018 NFL season against the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 9.