In further news from Mongolian football, it was announced last month that Joma the Spanish sportswear company would make the nations kits. The team first wore the new shirts as they took part in the EAFF E-1 Football Championship last month.
The next time we will see Mongolia and the Joma shirts in the action will be on Friday when the country faces Singapore away at the Bishan Stadium. In this game, the North East Asian side will be looking to make it four games without defeat.
So along with things looking up in the fashion department with a regular kit supplier, the side is looking better on the pitch too. The new deal with Joma is positive as in recent times the country has worn a combination of Puma kits and Spicer of Thailand.
Joma is no stranger to Mongolian football of late as the company became the official kit supplier of Mongolian Premier League clubs Deren FC and Athletic 220 FC prior to the 2018 season.
To the football side, the Japanese coach Toshiaki Imai will be hoping the new kit can inspire them. With the young 19-year-old at Deren FC Janserik Maratkhan being the player to look out for.