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Nepal 2016 Home kit Medium

Nepal 2016 Home kit Medium

Regular price €49,99 EUR
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Condition: ★★★★★

This is an extremely rare piece. The size is Medium and it stays in excellent condition. It was manufactured by Adidas. Nepal's national football team, officially known as the Nepal national football team or the "Gorkhalis," has a rich history and some interesting facts:

  1. Formation: The Nepal national football team was formed in 1951 and is controlled by the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA).

  2. Nickname: The team is often referred to as the "Gorkhalis," which is derived from the legendary Nepali soldier Gorkha Warriors known for their bravery.

  3. FIFA World Cup: Although Nepal has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup, they have participated in the qualification rounds several times, displaying their commitment to the sport.

  4. SAFF Championship: Nepal has had notable performances in the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship, winning the title once in 2013. They have also been runners-up on two occasions.

  5. Stadium: The team plays its home matches at the Dasarath Stadium, located in Kathmandu, Nepal. It has a seating capacity of around 15,000 spectators.

  6. Challenges: Nepal's national football team has faced challenges over the years, including financial constraints, infrastructural limitations, and political instability. Despite these challenges, the team continues to strive for success and development.

  7. International Players: Some Nepali footballers have gained recognition internationally. Players like Rohit Chand, Kiran Chemjong, and Anil Gurung have played for clubs abroad and have represented the national team with distinction.

  8. Support: Football holds a special place in the hearts of many Nepali people, and the national team enjoys significant support from fans across the country.

  9. Development Initiatives: Efforts are ongoing to improve football infrastructure and development programs in Nepal, aimed at nurturing young talent and raising the standard of the sport in the country.

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