Portugal boast world class players including Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani currently play in maroon and green home shirts which are manufactured by Nike. Nicknamed 'A Selecao', Portugal are one of the strongest European squads in Europe and the world as the nation boasts world class talents such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani. The side where black away kits with a grey cross on the front which represents the sides crest and they their last major appearance in the FIFA World Cup was in the 2010 tournament where they reached the Round of 16 losing to Spain 1-0.
The Portuguese national team played their first international against Spain in Madrid, Spain on the 18th November 1921 losing 3-1. Portugal play their home games in the Estadio Nacional stadium.

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On the back of the white away kit for the World Cup, Portugal have revealed a new all-black away kit for the 2015-16 international season. Leaked in a previous article,...
Portugal have appeared to have their new away kit for the 2015-16 international season leaked online. Donning a white and blue away kit at the 2014 World Cup, the new l...
Having launched their home kit for the 2014 World Cup this month, Portugal have gone ahead and unveiled their away kit for the 2014 and the World Cup. Supplied by Ameri...
The Portugese play their home games in red shirts with green shorts and red socks. Portugal are a great nearly country and the shirt has featured in some exciting matches. They featured in the Euro 2004 final, losing on home soil to Greece. Some of the famous players who have pulled on the national shirt are the great Eusebio, Luis Figo, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Carvalho.
Luis Figo holds the record for Portugal for the most number of caps with 127 and Pedro Pauleta holds the record for the most number of goals with 47.