Qatar 2022/23 Kits
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Qatar traditionally wears a maroon-coloured kit, with white trimmings on the shirt, shorts and socks. The away colours are usually an inverse of this design, with the maroon and white switching places. Currently, the Qatari team features only players that play for clubs within the country.
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2022/23 Qatar Home Shirt
Qatar has its 2022 World Cup Nike home in a maroon shade falling on the redish part of the spectrum. Apart from the centralised placement of logos, the sleeve cuffs carry the shirt's main attraction, which is the serration pattern separating the primary maroon colour from the secondary colour of white (obviously inspired by the design of the national flag).
2022/23 Qatar Away Shirt
Unlike the home shirt, the Qatar Nike away for the 2022 World Cup has an all-over pattern. Random circular overlay pattern in a tinge of gold scatter randomly across the entirety of the light beige shirt.
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Qatar is a relatively newer football playing nation, with the Arab country only forming a football association in 1970 and debuting in international competition that year. The small desert nation of 1.6 million on the Persian Gulf has done decently in international football - most notably winning the Gulf Cup of Nations twice in 1992 and 2004. However, it hasn't gone past the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup, and has failed to qualify for the World Cup yet. Despite this, Qatar was controversially awarded the hosting rights to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, where they will play for the first time if they don't qualify for the 2014 or 2018 events.
Qatar plays its home football matches at two venues - the 50,000-seater Khalifa International Stadium is the main ground, but the 15,000-seater Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium is also used - both are in Doha anyway.
They are captained by Bilal Mohammad, who has played 61 times for Qatar.
Qatar World Cup Kits
World Cup 2022 - Qatar became the first arab nation to hold the FIFA World Cup, and also followed the likes of Uruguay, Italy, and Japan to automatically qualify without playing matches by virtue of hosting rights. Qatar also hoped that they end up with the same result as 1930 Uruguay and 1934 Italy in winning the title at its first WC appearance (and a hosted one for that matter). Forever commemorating the event were the maroon home shirt containing the flag-inspired serrated design on the sleeve cuffs, and the first Qatar away kit that featured in beige with a tinge of gold for the abstractly placed circular pattern.
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