Turkey Shirts

Turkey Shirts

Turkey Shirts

Turkey are a national team which plays in the UEFA Confederation although technically part of Asia and they wear an all red home kit with white trim which are is manufactured by Nike. Although not a dominant side in UEFA they did manage to come 3rd in the 2002 FIFA World Cup and they have had several notable players to have played for the side including Rustu Recber, Hakan Sukur, Tugay Kerimoglu, Emre Belozoglu, Hamit Altintop, Nuri Sahin, Tuncay Sanli, Nihat Kahvec and Arta Turan.

Turkey played their first International match on 26th of October 1923 against Romania in Istanbul, the game finished in a 2-2 draw. Turkey wear a home strip of all white and an away strip of all red.

The passionate fans of Turkey already have something to cheer about as their new Nike home and away shirts for the upcoming Euro '16 tournament are a thing of beauty. Although being prematurely written off by the media before even a ball is kicked in the 2016 European Championships, Turkey look t [...]

Turkey are the latest team by Nike to officially reveal their new home kit for the 2014 season. Revealing their trademark red display, the new Turkey home shirt features a new watermarked print on the front which is inspired by the 'Chintamani pattern' from several centuries ago [...]

The national football team of Turkey, nicknamed the Crescent-Star, currently ranks 25th in the latest FIFA rankings and forms part of the UEFA confederation [...]

In their history Turkey have made two World Cup finals and in 2002, they scored the fastest ever goal at the finals, it took just 10.8 seconds from kick-off in the third place playoff. Turkey went on to win that match against 3-2 South Korea and secure their best ever finish at the finals, 3rd.

A few Turkish football stars are well known around the world for pulling on various club shirts including, Hakan Sukur the country's top goalscorer with 49 international goals and the likes of Emre, Hasan Sas and Rustu Recber Turkey's most capped international.

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