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Kuwait Flag

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The flag of Kuwait with three horizontal stripes of green, white, and red. There is a vertical black trapezium on the left side.
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Situated at the very tip of the Persian Gulf, Kuwait has become renowned for its trading and diverse population. In fact, Kuwait was part of extensive trade routes as early as ancient Mesopotamia! Honor this Eastern Arabian state's national symbol with your own Kuwait flag.

Outdoor Kuwait Flag

These flags are made of quick-drying 100% nylon, ensuring fade and mildew-resistant properties. Additionally, this material is sturdy enough for outdoor use yet remains lightweight for flying in light winds. The design is added using a heat-resistant digital print, resulting in vibrant colors that can resist sun damage. This version of the flag comes with a strong canvas header and brass grommets for easy attachment to any of our outdoor flagpoles.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Fray-resistant stitching
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Kuwait Flag

Consider getting a flag with gold fringe around three borders for indoor displays. These Kuwait flags are well-suited for ceremonial use or display in government buildings. Equipped with a pole sleeve, this flag is designed for use with one of our indoor flagpoles.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Fray-resistant stitching
  • Pole sleeve
  • Gold fringe 

History & Meaning of the Kuwait Flag 

The current flag of Kuwait is relatively new, having been adopted on September 7, 1961. During the 19th century, Kuwait was under the rule of the Ottoman Empire and so used the same flag, a white crescent moon and star on a red background. In the early 20th century, several different flag designs were proposed and tried, but all shared the same principle: The country’s name ‘Kuwait’ was written in white Arabic or Latin letters on a red field. 

The flag adopted in 1961 and used today features the Pan-Arab colors. Red symbolizes the blood of war, white represents purity and noble actions, green is for Arabia’s fertile lands, and black depicts the defeat of enemies in battle. This symbolism is drawn from the writing of Safi al-Din al-Hilli, a 14th-century poet.

Other Details

Capital: Kuwait City
Language(s): Arabic
Currency: Kuwaiti Dinar
Government: Unitary Parliamentary Hereditary Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: Kuwait uses the pan-Arab colors for their flag.