Thailand Shirts

Thailand Shirts

Thailand Shirts


AFC side Thailand play their home matches in all red home shirts where their away kits are usually white or blue. The team has a history of success in Southeast Asian competition, with three ASEAN Football Championship titles and nine senior-level Southeast Asian Games titles.

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Thailand Home Shirt 2016
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2015-2016 Thailand Home Football Shirt
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2015-2016 Thailand Away Football Shirt

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Authentic Port Fc Champion Of Aff Futsal Thailand Football Soccer Jersey Shirt

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Thailand play in the Asian Football Confederation section of World Cup Qualifying. They are yet to make an appearance on the biggest stage of world soccer.

Thailand unveil their home and away shirts which the nation hope can secure 2018 World Cup qualification. Already taking to the pitch in their all-new look earlier this month within their 0-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia, Thailand hope they can make their first ever World Cup finals appearance with a s [...]

AFC side Thailand have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 international season. Supplied by Thai brand Grand Sport, Thailand will wear their new home and away kits in the 2014 AFF Championship [...]

Here are the new Thailand home and away shirts which they will use during the 2010 Suzuki Cup. Thailand have been drawn in Group A of this competition together with Indonesia, Malaysia and Laos. Thailand's new shirts are manufactured by Nike [...]

The Thailand FA has changed the national team's home kit from all-red to yellow shirts with white shorts. The all-red kit is no more The change comes as a result of the nation's King. Thailand reverted to a yellow and white kit when games were played around the time of the King's birthd [...]

The Thai's best international performance was coming third in the 1972 Asian Cup which they hosted, they beat Cambodia on penalties.

The South East Asian team's most capped international player is Kiatisuk Senamuang whilst the footballer scoring the most goals in a Thai shirt is Piyapong Piew-on who bagged over a hundred.


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