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Turkey 2022/23 Kits

Turkey are a national team which plays in the UEFA Confederation even though they are technically part of Asia. They are a team that usually wear red for home and white for away, as well as another nation supplied by Nike. Although not a dominant side in UEFA they did manage to come 3rd in the 2002 FIFA World Cup and reached the semifinals of the Euro in 2008. 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 Home Kit

Having played their first international in 1923 against Romania in a 2-2 draw, Turkey have worn an all red home kit for their majority of their history. The red home kit was designed to reflect the country's national flag.

The Turkey home shirts have always been red with variations in white trim added to each shirt over the years. Famous names to have worn Turkey's home shirt include Hakan Sukur, Tuncay Sanli, Nihat Kahveci, Rustu Recber, Emre Belozoglu and Arda Turan. The Euro 2020 kit follows the usual red with white accents as seen with the tonal chest band and white Crescent and Star logo.

Turkey Away Kit

The away kit has at times followed the design construct of the home kit, on top of being usually white. This is notably seen in the 2018, 2016, and 2004 releases.

Euro 2020 follows the trend set in 2018 and 2016 in that the away kit mirrors the home shirt. For this release, the white jersey also has a chest band containing Turkey's Crescent and Star.

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2020/21 Turkey Home Shirt

The Nike-manufactured 2020 Turkey home kit features a white base filled with a red band across the chest area. The red band serves as the background for the white crescent and star Turkish symbols placed in the centre. Also in the centre, just in between the band and the neckline is the red swoosh. The round, circular neckline has a noticeable red outline and matches the red cuffs of the half sleeves.

2020/21 Turkey Away Shirt

The Nike-manufactured 2020 Turkish away kit is deep red all over including the outline of the crew neck, the cuffs of the half sleeves, and the band that goes across the chest area of the front side. To differentiate though, the outline, cuffs, and band use a lighter tone which also applies to the noticeable zap-like linings on either side of the body panel. The Turkish crescent and star, as well as the Nike symbol above them, are made noticeable by their white colour.

Turkey played their first International match on 26th of October 1923 against Romania in Istanbul, the game finished in a 2-2 draw. Their biggest win is their 7-0 victory against Syria in 1949.

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 51 international goals and the likes of Emre, Hasan Sas and Rustu Recber, Turkey's most capped international. Today's players has the likes of Ça?lar Söyüncü, Merih Demiral, and Ozan Kabak.

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