Nepali National Football Team Logo and All Nepal Football Association Logo (proposed)

Football in Nepal

Football is also known as the beautiful game. The entry and initial start-up of football came in Nepal during Rana regime in 1921. It came into being by youngsters who had learned how to play by visiting abroad. The first game held in Nepal had a large number of audience. Narayan Narshingh Rana of Thamel and Chandrajung Thapa of Naxal are pioneers.

Due to the intense passion for the game, football fields for the existing teams at the time was there. First football fields in Nepal were in palaces and army barracks. Mrigendra Shamsher Niwas Babarmahal, Mahabir Niwas Tangal Palace had grounds. Also Nar shamsher Niwas Singhdarbar, Rudra Shamsher Niwas Bhahadur Bhavan had grounds. Along with that Thamel Narsingh camp also had a football ground. During the 1930s, both local and palace teams used the same grounds. Which were Singhdarbar, Chhauni, Gaucharan, Jawalakhel and Lainchaur for playing football. These crucial moments in the beginning of Nepalese Football has taken the game where it is today.

All Nepal Football Association ANFA

After All Nepal Football Association (1951), football popularity rose even more in Nepal. Nepalese Football has attempted to move forward in developing the sport. In 1972, ANFA affiliated itself with FIFA. Since then, Nepal has tried its best to secure a high position in International Football. The game has taught Nepalese people about confidence, patience and hardwork. It has also inspired countless kids from all over the country to pick up the ball and pursue their dreams.

What is home and away kit in Football?

It is also well known that football kit which players wear also plays an important role in the game. The kit symbolizes the heart and soul of the team. It also shows the unity of the teammates and all others involved in the team. That is the reason why home and away kits got introduced in the first place. The home kit symbolizes the primary color of the team. Whereas, the away kit symbolizes the strength and resilience of the team while away from home. This is very important during the sporting event. While hosting home games, the home team usually wears it’s traditional or national colors. These colors show pride, determination and confidence for the country.

Our Proposed logo and home/away kits for football in Nepal

Gurkha Technology is leading player in the fields of Technology, Marketing and Designing. We are proud to present our concepts for the logo of ANFA. Along with that we also have designs of home and away kits for the Nepali national football team. We have tried to represent the values of All Nepal Football Association. It also represents the blood, sweat and passion of many players that have had the honor of being in the team. Our design for the logo embodies the spirit of the three distinctive regions of Nepal. Himal, Pahad and Terai regions are in the logo. It also represents our unity in diversity, that while we are different and unique, we all are one.

Now, coming at our designs for the kits, we have envisioned a very special design for the National Team. The Home Kit design for Nepal National Football Team has the color red. It symbolizes the bravery of Nepalese people. It also symbolizes the fact that we give our blood, sweat and energy to win the game that we are so passionate about.

Likewise, our away kit design, is royal blue in color. It symbolizes the rich royal history of the country. It is a tribute to the brave warriors and kings that have fought in the past for the nation. The blue color also symbolizes the fact Nepal is the 2nd richest country in water resources.

The Nepal National Football Team can make it to the FIFA World Cup and win it even.

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Nepali National Football Team Logo and All Nepal Football Association Logo (proposed)

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