The Finland national team currently play in the UEFA Confederation and they play their home games wearing white home shirts which are supplied by adidas. Not seen as a dominant force in European football the nation have never qualified for a World Cup and European Championship. The nation's greatest player is Jari Litmanen who played 137 matches for Finland.
Most Fin's prefer to play Ice Hockey and the national football team has suffered as a consequence, but there have been some notable wins in world cup qualification, beating Poland in the 1966 qualifiers and Spain in the 1970 qualifiers.
Simplicity poses as the forefront of design for Finland's all-new home and away shirts for 2016. The Scandinavian nation of Finland officially showcase their latest home and away shirts, classically manufacture by Nike, for use throughout 2016 and onwards after failing to reach the Euro '16 final [...]
FC Honka - Based in Espoo, FC Honka wear an all black home kit with white trim [...]
UEFA side Finland have officially announced that they have signed a new kit deal with Nike. The new partnership begins this month and will until at least 2020 and the deal will see the Big Swoosh manufacture training, replica and player products [...]
Finland’s top scorer and most capped player is Jari Litamen, without who the Finnish national team would still be a relative unknown in World football. He made over 100 appearances and scored 25 goals, captaining the team in his later years.
Finland played their first international in 1911 against Sweden, losing in Helsinki 5-2. The Finns biggest win came against Estonia in 1922, with a 10-2 win. September 1st, 1940 saw Germany put 13 goals past Finland without reply, putting the Finnish to their biggest ever defeat. Finland have yet to qualify for the European Championships or the World Cup Finals.