AFC side Indonesia where they have qualified for the AFC Asian Cup on four occasions, but have never progressed beyond the group stage. The nation wear kits supplied by Nike and their home shirt comprises of red and green colours while their away shirt is usually white or green.
Indonesia play their home games in the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Senayan, Central Jakarta, Indonesia.
AFC side Indonesia have had their home and away shirts for the 2014-15 international season leaked [...]
More shirt news from Asia as we now bring you pictures of the new Indonesian home shirt which is manufactured by Nike who have been sponsoring the Indonesian national football team since 2007. The new home shirt will be used in the upcoming 2012 Suzuki Cup where they have been drawn in Group [...]
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In what is described as a deal "10 times bigger than our agreement with our previous partner Adidas" by Secretary General of the PSSI Nugraha Besoes, The Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) have signed a shirt deal with Nike for four years. It means that the Indonesian national team shirt fo [...]
The Indonesia national football team represents Indonesia in international football. They played their first match against a Chinese side in 1934, when they were called Dutch East Indies, under this name they were also the first Asian side to play in the FIFA World Cup, appearing in France in 1938 and losing to Hungary. Since this high point, they have either failed to enter or when entering qualify, although under the current name of Indonesia they had their best chance but withdrew as they would not play Israel in 1958.
The red shirts of Indonesia are yet to achieve any major honours, as to date they have reached no Asian Cup finals by qualification, though as co-hosts they will feature in the 2007 games. In the local Tiger Cup they have reached three finals in 2000, 2002 and 2004 but lost in each. They have however managed a better record in the South East Asian Games, with wins in 1987 and 1991 and runners up in 1979 and 1997.