5 best new Middle East football jerseys

Which one should you buy?
Football jerseys, Al-Ain, Al-Ahly, Al-Zamalek, Al-Hilal, Nike, Adidas, New season
Al Ain (UAE) - It's hard not to love the classic purple and gold colours of the Emirati giants home jersey, but this year's Al Ain away kit is a standout. The purple shoulder trim over the white, it a tip of the hat to the UAE national side, and the gold Nike swoosh adds a regal element to the 12-time Pro League champions.
Al Ain (UAE) - It's hard not to love the classic purple and gold colours of the Emirati giants home jersey, but this year's Al Ain away kit is a standout. The purple shoulder trim over the white, it a tip of the hat to the UAE national side, and the gold Nike swoosh adds a regal element to the 12-time Pro League champions.
Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) - Being the most successful club in the Saudi league brings with it a seriously die-hard fan base. They will be pleased then with the club's new Home kit. The iconic blue is highlighted by the white sleeves and a creative new pattern that make this kit one to collect.
Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) - Being the most successful club in the Saudi league brings with it a seriously die-hard fan base. They will be pleased then with the club's new Home kit. The iconic blue is highlighted by the white sleeves and a creative new pattern that make this kit one to collect.
Al Zamalek SC (Egypt) - The "white knights" of Giza not only sport a classic uniform of white with red trim (similar to the Egyptian national team), but they also are the proud owners of one of the coolest team emblems in the world - an Ancient Egyptian firing a bow and arrow. This year's Joma kit is an eye-catcher, and we do love a pair of matching socks.
Al Zamalek SC (Egypt) - The "white knights" of Giza not only sport a classic uniform of white with red trim (similar to the Egyptian national team), but they also are the proud owners of one of the coolest team emblems in the world - an Ancient Egyptian firing a bow and arrow. This year's Joma kit is an eye-catcher, and we do love a pair of matching socks.
Al-Ittihad (Saudi Arabia) - The Jeddah-based club is the oldest in the Saudi league, and with its rather awesome yellow-and-black stripes, the owners of the region's most impressive kits. This year's edition sees thinner stripes with a watermark of the team's emblem on the jersey.
Al-Ittihad (Saudi Arabia) - The Jeddah-based club is the oldest in the Saudi league, and with its rather awesome yellow-and-black stripes, the owners of the region's most impressive kits. This year's edition sees thinner stripes with a watermark of the team's emblem on the jersey.
Al Ahly (Egypt) - As football nerds, we're always happy to see kits produced by smaller manufacturers. This classic red, with white v-neck trim was created by Sporta, a Saudi-based company. The addition of gold for this year's kit seems fitting for Al Ahly, seeing as they are the most successful Arab club.
Al Ahly (Egypt) - As football nerds, we're always happy to see kits produced by smaller manufacturers. This classic red, with white v-neck trim was created by Sporta, a Saudi-based company. The addition of gold for this year's kit seems fitting for Al Ahly, seeing as they are the most successful Arab club.
21August2017
Mohamed Khalil