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Northern Ireland 2022/23 Kits

Northern Ireland usually wears green home shirts and is one of the teams sponsored by adidas. They currently play in the UEFA confederation. Nicknamed 'Green and White Army', Northern Ireland have played national football since 1921 after the break-up of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The nation reached the 1958, 1982 and 1986 FIFA World Cup Finals where their best ever positions was reaching the quarter-finals in the 1958 competition.

Northern Ireland Home Kit

The Northern Ireland football team have worn green home shirts with white trim. Northern Ireland holds the illustrious records of being the least populous country to have qualified for more than one World Cup finals tournament, to win a World Cup match and to have scored in a World Cup.

Men's Northern Ireland Shirt

Northern Ireland's best World Cup performance was in their first appearance at the 1958 World Cup reaching the quarter-finals losing to France 4-0. Famous names to have the Northern Ireland home shirt include David Healy, Pat Jennings, Billy Gillespie, Colin Clarke, Mal Donaghy and Sammy McIllroy.

Northern Ireland like their rugby counterparts, play their home games in strip of green shirts with white shorts and green socks, hence the nickname of the green and whites. The away strip is generally white, but they did have instances of blue and black. The shirt has featured in three finals of the World Cup, in 1958, 1982, and 1986. 2007 saw them reach their highest FIFA ranking at 29th. Northern Ireland has fielded many well known names in the game, but the greatest was the mercurial George Best.

The Northern Ireland national football team represents Northern Ireland in international football and are separate to Ireland (formed in 1926) which represents the Republic. They played their first international match as an independent state against England in 1950, losing 4-1. Northern Ireland play their home games at Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Famous Northern Ireland players include Roy Carroll, David Healy, Peter Doherty, George Best, Pat Jennings, Aaron Hughes and Steven Davis. Steven Davis is the most capped player while David Healy is the top scorer.

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