Football Stars From All Over The Kingdom Were Decked Out For Saudi National Day

Hera Shabbir

Saudi Arabia marked its 93rd national day this Saturday, and it got WILD. People flocked the streets to enjoy riding through their city in style with flags, costumes, spray cans, and lined up to watch the nation-wide fireworks.

This fleet included Saudi’s famous footballers that are celebrating National Day for the very first time! Faces like Ronaldo, Neymar, Benzema, Mané, and MANY more were seen rocking some traditional looks.

Ronaldo and Mané were seen holding swords in Al Nassr’s National Day Video

Al Nassr shared this video of their famous players enjoying the national celebrations in proper attire. Mané, Ronaldo, Brozović, and Talisca all rocked their looks which got over millions of views from fans. People in the comments were totally impressed by Ronaldo’s Bisht and his excitement for celebrations!

Neymar also joined in with Al Hilal players Micheal and Malcom

They were actually seen speaking Arabic here! Neymar then later joined his fellow teammates to participate in the traditional Ardah dance in honor of National Day.

Benzema also tweeted his look that is absolute perfection!

He shared this pic on ‘X’ with a heartfelt Happy National Day message to his followers. People in the comments were totally swooning over his look! 👀

Steven Gerrard also made sure to represent the Eastern province with his Saudi fit

The Ettifaq manager was seen sipping on some traditional Saudi Coffee, and captioned his pic: ‘Suited and Booted for Saudi National Day.’ The comments on his post were even better!

Al Hilal’s Gomis was also decked from head-to-toe in green and white


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He even paid tribute to the country in his post, with a heartfelt message that read: I have spent amazing years in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and have great memories of this wonderful country . Thank you very much for making me feel like I am one of you wherever I go. 🤍💚🤍

Other footballers also made sure to honor the Kingdom on the special day


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