We once had Park Ji-Sung. Today, arguably the best player hailing from South Korea is Son Heung-Min. Particularly with his form and success with Tottenham Hotspur, Son is even being considered the greatest Asian footballer of all time. His versatility in attack is well-known as he can play any of the forward roles and even perform as an attacking midfielder. But he also stands out as someone with high work-rate, exquisite close control, explosive pace and intelligent positioning. You can easily get a Son Heung-min kit from Nike, as both club and country teams are in technical partnership with the American sports brand.

#7 Son Tottenham Hotspur Kit

Son has been wearing the iconic number 7 ever since he joined the Spurs in August 2015. His transfer at that time was the most expensive one for an Asian footballer. His style of play as a winger greatly complements the finishing prowess of Harry Kane, who prefers to have the number 10. One just needs to look at the highlight reel below to understand why Son’s Spurs kit is one of the popular shirts for the club. He can score screamers and even take it upon himself to carry the ball from one end to another and finish it off with the ball going in!


#7 Son Kit for the Tigers of Asia

South Korea recorded some memorable wins in recent history. In 2018, Son, via a swift counter attack, delivered the final blow in their country’s 2-0 victory against Germany, sending the defending champions out to a shock exit in the group stage. Son also featured in South Korea’s 2-1 victory in the last 2022 World Cup Group H match against CR7’s Portugal to secure passage to the knockout phase. He is now the captain of the Taegeuk Warriors and will surely have his international kit heavily sought after by his fans and followers of South Korea men’s national football team. He also wears the number 7 for his international caps.

Early Son Bundesliga Kits

Son first established his game in Bundesliga before his success in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur. In Germany, he had stints with Hamburger and Bayer Leverkusen. He went back and forth with #40 and #15 when he was still with Hamburger. But beginning with his time with Leverkusen he already settled with #7 and continued that number association when he signed with the Spurs.