Saudi Arabia is surprisingly competitive in international football. They are one of the most successful teams in Asia, having won the Asian cup on three separate occasions. Their recent history in the Asian cup hasn’t been well and has seen them finish in the lower half of the tournament in rankings.
Their history within the FIFA world cup isn’t inspiring, as they have qualified for the world cup finals on six occasions out of a possible 22 tournaments. They only ever managed to reach the knockouts once, which was back in 1994. This world cup, in Qatar 2022, will be their second consecutive qualification and their first streak since 1994 – 2006. Their run in the confederations cup hasn’t been impressive either, finishing as runners-up once, whereas they crashed out of the group on two occasions. They haven’t qualified for the confederations cup since 1999.
Saudi Arabia Team FIFA World Cup Kits
The revolution that has been seen in kits will only continue, as fans from around the globe like kits that are good-looking and want to wear them to different places like pubs and cafes and when they want to have a kick about with their friends. Nike is the kit manufacturer for Saudi Arabia, and the emblem of the Saudi FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys.
Saudi Arabia’s kits are for the FIFA world cup in Qatar, some of the most impressive kits they have ever had for the national football team in years. Both of their kits are good on the eye, and they also have a certain vibe about them that makes them fashionable, unlike some of the other kits.
Both their kits are inspired by the national flag; the first kit, green, is the primary colour, with the design layer depicting of a forest and the thick vines that can be seen from ground level. The Nike logo and Saudi emblem are in white, and they pop out quite well.
The white kit, the second kit for the Saudi national team, follows a similar pattern and design. The layered design of the kit follows branches and leaves of plants that are found around the country, with the emblem and logo in green. The collar is the same colour in both kits, which ties the two kits well together.