Malaysia are a nation which plays in the AFC confederation and their most significant successes of the team has come in the regional AFF Suzuki Cup (formerly known as the 'Tiger Cup'), which Malaysia won in 2010 for the first time in history. Their home kits are yellow and black which are supplied by Nike and their away kits are usually white, blue or red to represent the country's flag.
The Malaysia strip has not been worn to any major success to date and only has a runners up spot from the Tiger Cup, Asian Football Championship in 1996. The Asian Cup for which they have qualified as one of the hosts in 2007 will see them attending for only the third time having gone out in round 1 in 1976 and 1980. Arguably the peak years for Malaysian football.
Here are Malaysia's new home and away kits that they have been wearing in the 2014 AFF Championship [...]
Here is the new 2012/13 Malaysia home shirt manufactured by Nike [...]
The ASEAN Football Championship is played every two years and is contested by national teams of countries in Southeast Asia [...]
The Malaysia national football team played their first match in April 1953 [...]
The Malaysia national football team played their first match against South Korea in April 1953, in South Korea losing 3-2. Malaysia play their home games in the 87,400 capacity Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The team are yet to qualify for the World Cup, although they have qualified for the Olympics, competing in Munich in 1972 and missing out through the boycott in 1980 when the games were held in Moscow.
Having never won the Asian Games they have won the bronze medal on two occasions in 1962 and 1974 and they won the ASEAN Football Championship in 2010 and have won the SEA Games over three occasions.