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When Club and Country Kit Colors Match – Ft. Haaland, Kroos, Semedo & More

Football players don’t choose their clubs based on the colors of their kit however, sometimes, their clubs sport similar colors to their team. It might appear to be a minor thing but for the supporters, it’s an eye-catching moment to see their favorite players sporting their national colors when they play to represent their club.

What happens when CLUB KITS play against the National Team COLORS The most popular examples are Toni Kroos, who wears white for Real Madrid and Germany, Kylian Mbappe who wears red, and navy with white to represent PSG and France, and Mo Salah, who wears red for Liverpool and Egypt. However, there are many more unique matches that attract the attention of spectators.

For the season 23-24, there were three players who were noticed for their unusual colors to represent their nations. Wout Weghorst was wearing the color orange to represent Hoffenheim as well as the Netherlands (yeap, Hoffenheim have an orange kit for the 23-24 season), Gonzalo Montiel joined Nottingham with a rather bizarre “Argentina-colored” kit, and Nelson Semedo, with re Wolves in a red and green Portugal-inspired kit.

Aaland’s blue sky Norway Haaland’s sky blue Norway Man City Match was just to be played in the lead-up to the match however it was still a subject of our attention.

It’s not that players pick their clubs based on colors, but to see the national colors of their country at the soccer field is an exciting moment.

Have you noticed other (unusual) national or club match colors? Please let us know by leaving a comment.

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