Venezuela Shirts

Venezuela Shirts

Venezuela Shirts

Venezuela are most notable known for wearing an all maroon home kit which is supplied by adidas. The nations greatest ever is player is Juan Arango who has played over 115 matches scoring over 22 goals. Although not a dominant side in the CONMEBOL confederation the side's best ever place in the Copa America was fourth in 2011. The current roster of players boasts several household names including Salomon Rondon, Miku, Juan Arango and Tomas Rincon.

Venezuela 1970s Retro Football Shirt

Venezuela Flag T-shirt - White

Venezuela Arango No.18 Team T-shirt - Deep Red

The Venezuela national football team played their first international match against Panama in Panama City, Panama on the 12th February 1938 losing 3-1.

With adidas revealing Venezuela's new home kit for the upcoming Copa America in February this year, the three-stripes have now unveiled the side's new away kit for the tournament hosted in Chile [...]

With Colombia launching their new home kit, Venezuela are the next Copa America side to reveal their new home shirt for the tournament hosted in Chile [...]

Venezuela have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014 season. Having launched their new home kit this month, Venezuela have now launched their new away kit for 2014 [...]

CONMEBOL side Venezuela have officially released their new home kit for 2014. Failing to qualify for the World Cup Venezuela's new home kit sees their trademark claret display along with white trim on the sleeve hems, adidas stripes and upper back of the shirt [...]

Caracas FC is a club from Venezuela in South America [...]

Venezuela play their home games in strip of dark red shirts, white shorts and socks leading to their nickname La Vinotinto because the shirt is considered the colour of red wine.

The away strip is another of the common all white. Venezuela is the weakest of all the South American nations having never qualified for the World cup and always going out in the 1st round of the Copa America.

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