Pele. Ronaldo. Ronaldinho. Kaka. There’s a lot of Brazilian footballers that rank highly in the all-time greatest list. Neymar is arguably the best one the nation has today, and that translates to Neymar kits being one of the most popular football jerseys to wear at the moment. Wear a Neymar kit and do his Rainbow Flick successfully, and you sure can make the star proud!
Al Hilal Neymar #10 Kits
Beginning 2023, Neymar kits were predominantly blue based on the traditional colour of Saudi club Al Hilal. Neymar joined the likes of Kalidou Koulibaly, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Ruben Neves in Al Hilal to power the club in a league that had attracted big European stars like CR7 and Karim Benzema. With Neymar’s move to Al Hilal also came Puma’s move to become the technical sponsor of the club, meaning that for the first time Neymar’s kits and boots all came from his brand sponsor.
Neymar #10 PSG
Much were expected when Neymar had Mbappe, and at one point Lionel Messi by his side to lead PSG to Champions League dreamland. However, Neymar only delivered domestic cup and league titles, and just came close to handing PSG a UCL trophy in 2020 when they lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich in the final. Neymar retained the #10 despite the arrival of Messi, but occasionally switched to 11 and 12 on domestic cup matches. Neymar with the Hechter stripe had got be one of the best-selling PSG kits in recent history. Neymar’s PSG move is still the most expensive transfer ever to this date.
Barcelona #11 Neymar
As talented as he was, Neymar could only had the #11 in Barcelona, as the #10 was for the usage of club legend Lionel Messi. It didn’t matter though as the player and the GOAT, together with Luis Suarez still formed the dangerous ‘MSN’ trio to spur the Catalans to great succes, including the second treble to make Barcelona the first club to ever do so.
Neymar Santon #11
Neymar was a homegrown product of Santos, and the Brazilian outfit was sure to be delighted to have given the world another superstar after Pele. Santos #11 already attracted interest from multiple Premier League outfits before signing with Barcelona in 2013. At the onset of his career, Neymar was already winning it all as evidenced by Santos’ success during his few seasons with them.
Brazil #10 Neymar
Neymar’s best moment as part of the Selecao Canarinha had to be in the 2016 Olympics final against Germany. He scored the finaly penalty of the shootout to secure the nation’s first gold medal. The win was given more significance given that Brazil was battered 7-1 by Germany in their 2014 World Cup semifinals match up.