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Saudi Arabia 2022/23 Kits

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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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2022/23 Saudi Arabia Home Shirt

Saudi Arabia wears a Nike home shirt for the 2022 World Cup. Mainly white, the kit has a light grey graphic that shows palm leaf patterns similar to the one shown on the 2020 away. A standard shade of green colours the round collar.

2022/23 Saudi Arabia Away Shirt

Relative to the home, the Saudia Arabia Nike away kit for the 2022 World Cup has much design and activity. Whereas the graphics on the home are light yet realistic, the one on the away combines the dark and light shades of green for an all-over, camo-forest like aesthetics.

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.

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.

Saudi Arabia World Cup Kits

Saudi Arabia World Cup 2022 Kits World Cup 2022 - Saudi Arabia joined host Qatar in representing the Middle East in the 2022 World Cup. The white away shirt displayed an imagery of the palm leaves, while green away had an all-over tonal pattern that resembled the bark of a tree.

Saudi Arabia World Cup 2018 Kits World Cup 2018 - The nation came back at the World Cup after a 12-year absence, but still didn't have any luck going past the group stage. However, they at least notch their first win since their 1-0 victory against Belgium in 1994, scoring 2-1 against the Mohamed Salah-led Egypt. The country kept it simple for 2018 as far as their kits were concerned, going for a plain look.

Saudi Arabia World Cup 2006 Kits World Cup 2006 - Saudi Arabia opened their group stage with a draw against Tunisia, ending their streak of losing the opening group match. But they still exited the group stage as they succumbed to Ukraine and Spain. The Saudi Arabia 2006 World Cup kits were notable for their oasis-inspired graphic that featured the symbolic palm tree.

Saudi Arabia World Cup 2002 Kits World Cup 2002 - Like other adidas world cup kits at that time, Saudi Arabia had those curved meshed panels in both of their shirts. 2002 was one of their worst outings-losing all of their group games, scoring none, and conceding 12 (8 of which was dealt by Germany).

Saudi Arabia World Cup 1998 Kits World Cup 1998 - In 1998, Saudi Arabia wore kits that had emblematic image of a mountain range (possibly representing those located in the nation) on the righthand side of the chest. The shirts also had polo collar coloured from the opposing strip. The country exited the group stage with 2 losses and 1 draw.

Saudi Arabia World Cup 1994 Kits World Cup 1994 - Saudi started their history in the FIFA World Cup with their first participation in 1994. They were able to move past the group stage but exited in the R16. The kits in this WC began the tradition of using white and green as the colours for the home and away kits, respectively. The 1994 kits had a template of an all-over checkered design and opposing coloured trims with a bespoke pattern.

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