New Bafana AFCON Jersey 2015- Nike South Africa Kits 2015 Home Away

These are Bafana’s new 2015 jerseys, the uniforms that South Africa will wear at the upcoming 2015 African Cup of Nations and other internationals during the 2015/2016 season. Made by Nike, the new kits were unveiled on 3rd December, 2014, shortly after the AFCON 2015 draw in which Bafana were grouped with Algeria, Senegal and Ghana.

The yellow top is obviously South Africa’s new 2015/16 home jersey, with the green one set to serve as the alternate/change kit.

Bafana are currently coached by Shakes Mashaba, with Doncaster midfielder Dean Furman captaining the national side

New Bafana 2015 Kit

Bafana Away Kit 2015 2016

Bafana New Jersey 2015

Bafana Home Kit 2015

6 thoughts on “New Bafana AFCON Jersey 2015- Nike South Africa Kits 2015 Home Away

  1. Sean

    Would be tough for a layman to distinguish between these and Nike’s offerings for Brazil and Australia.

    I don’t see South Africa getting out of that AFCON group anyway. Two World Cup teams in Ghana and Algeria and Senegal are better than SA on paper.

  2. Starra

    Unfortunately football is not played on paper. This is a nice kit. I especially like the minimalistic templates.
    As for Brazil and Australia, it is understandable the kits will look the same. We share the colours after all.

  3. chris

    great to see good kits for my great country.
    hope we can surprise the continent and win the afcon!
    looking forward to buy my kit!

  4. Paulie

    Honest question…why do South Africa wear these colours when throughout the 90’s they wore really cool gold/black/white/green shirts? I’d love to see Nike or Adidas’ take on those colours and crazy designs.

  5. Creosote

    Paulie :
    Honest question…why do South Africa wear these colours when throughout the 90’s they wore really cool gold/black/white/green shirts? I’d love to see Nike or Adidas’ take on those colours and crazy designs.

    i agree. it’s a smart outfit, but it’s more conservative in style than it could be.

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