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Asian Cup 2019: Jerseys of all 24 nations - Which one looks the best? 

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It is just hours for the kickoff as AFC Asian Cup 2019 is at our doorstep. The second oldest football continental championship in the world will be having its biggest stage offered this time at UAE. Asian Cup, coming to UAE for the second time after 1996 will be a neck-to-neck competition with all the 24 competing teams ready for a tough tussle.

With everything for the big event all prepared, we take a look at what our favourite players will wear when they chase their Asian dreams in UAE.


Group A

#1 UAE

UAE
UAE

UAE will once again be wearing the white plain jerseys with red stripes along the shoulders. The presence of red colour amongst the full white makes the kit look decent. The hosts have also launched an away kit with a mixture of green and black. The team managed by Alberto Zaccheroni will be aiming for a good result, just like their kits.

#2 India

India
India

This time, India have made slight differences in the age-old blue kits they will be wearing. Under the new sponsors Six5Six, Blue Tigers will have some presence of orange colours on their arms and shoulders. The unique stripes make it appealing. India have also launched an away kit with the blue replaced by an all-white.

#3 Thailand

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Thailand
Thailand

Thailand will be continuing with the dark blue jerseys they have been using for some time now. Unlike competitors India, the Thai colours are are a lot more dark with a slight touch of red print. Although plain, Thailand kits can be judged as one of the best in the tournament.

#4 Bahrain

Bahrain
Bahrain

Unlike most other groups, Bahrain will be the only team in Group A with a red jersey. Bahrain will use a red t-shirt with few yellow lines running along the shoulders. Otherwise, the Bahrain designers have completed a simple work with a plain red kit.

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