CELEBRATING HAITI INDEPENDENCE DAY
1st January each year marks Haiti Independence Day. On that day in 1804, Haiti officially became the world's Black replublic and now over 13 million Haitians around the world celebrate the landmark day each year.
WHAT FOOTBALL MEANS TO HAITI
A member of FIFA since 1934, CONCACAF since 1961 and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) since 1978, football has long been a unique force in binding Haiti together.
Whether in the stadiums under the lights or in the streets in the shadows, football provides a freedom for Haitians from their everyday challenges. It embodies the motto written on the Hatian flag: L’Union Fait La Force L’Union fait la force. Feel the Haitian spirit and celebrate their day of Independence with the latest home and away kits.
BRINGING THE CULTURE
To celebrate this important milestone, all the Haitian communities around the world eat soup joumou on Independence Day, a symbol of freedom for the Haitian people. In 2021, soup joumou was added to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List. L’Union Fait la force. Feel the Haitian spirit and celebrate their day of Independence with the latest home and away official kits.