White Soccer Cleats

Stand out on the field with white soccer cleats and shoes from adidas. Choose from Predator, Copa and X shoes in white colorways that highlight your game and your unique style.


You're only an up-and-comer until you earn your place. Bursting with confidence and the right amount of flash, white soccer cleats by adidas feature the tech — and attitude — you need to make your mark on the field. Find white soccer shoes designed for every position, from striker to center back, in a clean colorway synonymous with limitless possibility. Explore silhouettes designed for firm ground, turf, indoor and street. Each pair of shoes rides on an outsole tuned for surface-specific traction, with features that help you excel wherever there's a ball and a net. Choose between white Copa cleats that redefine touch and comfort, X cleats designed to unlock speed, Predator for unmatched control and Gamemode for free self expression. Whatever your position or personal style, adidas offers all-white soccer cleats in fresh designs with energetic pops of color that help take your game to the next level.


adidas soccer roots run deep. We released the first Samba in 1950 as a traction-soled soccer shoe to help players train on frozen ground through winter. For the 1954 FIFA World Cup™, the German national team wore a studded variation of the Samba and beat the "unbeatable" Hungarians in the final match. With that, adidas became a household name in the sport, positioning Samba as a footwear favorite for generations of indoor soccer players and style creators to come. In 1970, the adidas Telstar got its debut as the World Cup's first official match ball — the now-iconic black and white panel design instantly recognizable even today. With every piece of soccer gear we create — from jerseys to t-shirts to white soccer shoes — adidas leads with innovation, pushing the game with high-quality soccer gear to creators of all levels around the world. Check out our white soccer cleats and pick up a pair that will stand out on the pitch.