Saudi Pro League Jersey Roundup

It’s been a while since we did a jersey roundup, but here we go again, ready to delve into the 2023-24 Saudi Pro League, currently one of the trendiest tournaments in the world.

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival in Al-Nassr last January, the Asian nation has poured unlimited amounts of money into sportswashing its Human Rights image. In doing it, the league closed several multimillion and shocking deals during the past summer transfer window, in which they raided European soccer.

Neymar Jr., Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kanté, Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mané, and Roberto Firmino are now among a growing list of stars who have traded their Champions League dreams for hefty petro-salaries.

Of course, in a domino-effect style, several brands have decided to dip their toes into a market they had not considered before. That’s why adidas is now sponsoring Al-Ahli, Puma is doing the same with Al-Hilal, while Nike has added Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr to its catalog.

Even the Italian brand Macron has joined the mix, designing jerseys for Al-Taawoun.

Other sponsors in the Saudi Pro League include local companies like Skillano, OffSide KSA, Challenge, Loser, as well as the Egyptian Tempo, to name a few.

Saudi Pro League Jerseys 2023-24

Abha Club

A decent effort inspired by the club’s badge.


We thought the pattern used in the infamous adidas Tiro 19 template was dead. For good. But no, Al-Ahli has resurrected it, and nobody should be happy.


The idea of highlighting local architecture is quite common nowadays, and there are better ways to do it.


A collection that’s not worth remembering.


Al Fateh’s in-house brand The 100 Degrees did a pretty cool job. There is life in the fabric. Sadly, it’s plastered with ads.


Nice pop of color. Thumbs up!


More architecture, all well done, but nothing mind-blowing.


They are OK, we just miss some uniqueness.


Something generic could be eye-popping and Al-Ittihad home jersey is a good example. The away kit has an interesting graphic, but it gets lost with the ads.


We like the colors, we like the effort.


The blue and gold combo in the away jersey looks pretty swanky. You can’t say the same about the home kit.


A sweet job by Challenge. We love the details over the black stripes on the home kit and the red brushstrokes on the away shirt. The set is in the battle for being the best jersey set in the Saudi Pro League.


Creating an striped jerseys can be a challenging task, and things could easily go south when designer try to innovate. However, whoever did the new jerseys for Al-Riyadh ended up doing a work above average. Well done!


Simple, effective, and not much more to say.




They look plain but the away jersey has an embossed wolf over the left side and the footprints of the animal on the side panels.


We want both. Now!




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