Asian football shirts - green white hoops
This page shows shirts and jerseys from Asia that also have the green white hoops or stripes, or that are similar to the Stromp shirt (one side green, one side white).
Geylang International Football Club
Singapore, 2012/13 jersey. Formed in 1974 as International Contract Specialists, the club changed name the following year to Geylang International and in 1975 to Geylang United, before stabilising as Geylang International FC. It won many titles in Singapore
Hong Kong Glasgow Celtic
Hong Kong. This jersey is apparently from a fan club of the Scotish Celtic FC. However, the details of the shirt are not known, and it is unclear why it would be split green/white instead of hooped.
Something special: a jersey from Thailand
Mr. Falk from Dresden is one of my brother-in-law's old friends. He is a living encyclopedia about football, and he now lives in Thailand. He very kindly sent me a couple of Thai football shirts, which were green and white but not hooped. Then, he discovered this one, a Sporting Lisbon-like jersey from a Thai football club, and one day, unexpectedly, there it was in my mail box.
Thailand. This jersey has the hoops on the front only. Phichit are a semi-professional team that play in the Thai minor leagues and proudly wear the hoops!
With thanks to Mr. Falk
Taiwan Power Company FC
Taiwan (China), match worn. This club, often called Taipower, is semi-professional, and its shirts are very hard to obtain
With thanks to Ant's Shirts