SOUTH AFRICA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
[From Official Nike Press Release] In the past, South Africa’s national side has been blessed with star players from European clubs. Today the squad is predominantly picked from the domestic league, a truth that fills it with a strong vibrancy and positions the Bafana Bafana well for next year’s African tournament. With the national team’s 2018 collection, the young squad has the kits to match its energy.
For 2018, the nation’s emerging crop of players will wear a new collection highlighted by a dazzling yellow home kit embellished with a powerful green print on the sleeves. The away kit is a bold green with a cascading horizontal pattern.
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA
[From Official Nike Press Release] Malaysia’s football team takes its nickname from the national symbol: the tiger, Harimau Malaya. And for 2018, the side will take the field in a new home kit that makes no mystery of its symbolic guide. Designed with a full-body tiger stripe graphic, the shirt is also the first to bear the new Football Association of Malaysia crest.
Away from Bukit Jalil National Stadium, the team’s strip draws inspiration from the jalur gemilang (stripes of glory) of the Malaysian flag. The shirt has a solid blue body with red shoulders and sleeves and is worn with white shorts and blue socks.
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE
[From Official Kaizer Chiefs Press Release] The new home kit features a modern design with the iconic gold shirt complemented by bold diagonal black stripes running across the torso – the stripes representing traditional spears rising together to create a sense of motion and unity on the field.
Paying tribute to the team’s strong heritage, the away jersey is dominated by bold, regal purple – paying homage to African royalty – strong and unbreakable like the new team. The vibrant away kit is completed with black shorts and purple socks.