The Romania national football team currently play in the UEAF confederation and they wear an all yellow home kit with red trim which is manufactured by German brand adidas. The nation have had several kit changes in their history with the first shirt being red, then the team switched to yellow in 1970 which has remained since. The nation's best ever result in a World Cup was the quarter-finals in the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States.
Eastern European Romania participated in the first three world cups, one of only four teams to do so. Their best showing at the finals was in 1994, in the US, making it to the quarter-finals, knocking out Argentina 3-2 on the way and topping group A.
Signed with adidas for over two decades, Romania have officially revealed their new 15-16 home and away kits supplied by Spanish brand Joma [...]
Romania have officially released their new home and away kits for 2014. Supplied by adidas and inspired by the sun the new Romania home shirt features their trademark yellow home shirts along with red and blue trim [...]
adidas have just launched the new Romanian natioinal team kit (both home and away), there are almost no changes, but the kit becomes simpler than the previous one [...]
After bringing you pictures of Otelul Galati's home shirt, here is a picture of the away shirt being used by the 2010/11 Romanian Champions in the 2011/12 season [...]
Famous players to pull on the Romanian shirts include, Ilie Dumitrescu, Adrian Mutu (ex Chelsea), Dan Petrescu (ex Chelsea, Southampton) and national top scorer Gheorghe Hagi. Romanian players wear and all yellow home kit and away they pull on red shirts, shorts & socks.
Dorinel Munteau holds the record for the most number of appearances for Romania with 134 and Adrian Mutu holds the record for the most number of goals with over 35.