Saudi Arabia Shirts

Saudi Arabia Shirts

Saudi Arabia Shirts

Saudi Arabia wear an all white home kit with green trim while the away kit is usually all green with white trim. The kits are supplied by Nike and they are considered to be one of Asia's best national teams as they have won three AFC Asian Cups and they have competed in four FIFA World Cups.

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The Saudi Arabian national football team played their first international match against Syria in Lebanon on October 20th 1957 winning the match 3-1. Saudi play their home games in the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

AFC nation Saudi Arabia have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 international season. Saudi Arabia are set to debut their new home kit against Qatar on the 13th of November and for the new international season the new kits pay homage to the country’s national herit [...]

The national football team of Saudi Arabia presently ranks 108th in the FIFA rankings as updated by the time this article was published [...]

The national football team of Saudi Arabia is controlled by the Saudi Arabia Football Federation and forms part of the AFC confederation [...]

Saudi Arabia did not qualify for the 2010 World Cup as they were beaten by Bahrain in the qualifying stage Fifth Round by the score of 2-2 (lost on away goals) [...]

This is the new Saudi Arabia away kit which will be used for the 2010/12 period [...]

They have won the Asian Cup three times, in 1984, 1988 and 1996 and on June 8th 2005, they qualified for their fourth World Cup by beating Uzbekistan 3-0 in Riyadh.

Mohamed Al-Deayea holds the record for the most number of national caps with 178. The nation have also had several kit suppliers over the past decades including Nike, Puma, adidas, Shammel and Admiral.

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