Afghanistan Flag Color Codes

Afghanistan Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The Afghanistan flag is a tricolor flag, and it has three vertical stripes of blackredgreen with a central coat of arms in white. Use these Afghanistan flag color codes if you need their national flag colors for your digital designs, paint, or printing projects. Check out this link for the rest of the Asian Flag Colors.

Get Afghanistan flag color code values in standard and popular color code formats (HEX / HTML / Web, RGB, CMYK, Pantone)

Afghanistan Flag Color Codes
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Afghanistan Flag Color Names & Codes


Black - 000000
  • Hex: 000000
  • RGB: 0,0,0
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,100
  • Pantone: PMS BLACK


Red - D32011
  • Hex: #D32011
  • RGB: 211,32,17
  • CMYK: 0,70,76,17
  • Pantone: PMS 485 C


White - FFFFFF
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: 255,255,255
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,0
  • Pantone: PMS WHITE


Green - 007A36
  • Hex: #007A36
  • RGB: 0,122,54
  • CMYK: 48,0,27,52
  • Pantone: PMS 341 C

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Did You Know?
There have been twenty different Afghanistan flags over the years, which means that the country has changed its flag more often than any other nation since the start of the 20th century. Afghanistan’s modern flag was adopted in 2004.

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Download This Afghanistan Flag Color Scheme Palette as a PNG Image with the HTML Hex Code Mentioned.


Afghanistan Flag Colors Meaning

The Afghanistan flag is a tricolor flag with three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), red, and green. The Afghan flag has its national emblem on the center of the flag. The National Emblem is in white at the center of the flag on the red band and slightly overlapping the green and the black band.

The national emblem has a mosque and a minbar (mosque pulpit) in the middle with two flags on both sides, a Quranic Shahada verse overshadowing the two. A wreath of wheat surrounding the structure is symbolizing the significance of agriculture to the country’s economy.

There is also a ribbon at the bottom with the word Afghanistan and a beam of light emitting atop the dome, illuminating the phrase ‘God is Great.’ Just beneath the mosque structure is ‘1298 Hijri,‘ stating the year of Afghanistan’s independence from the British Empire, equivalent to 1919.

  • Black: Symbolizes the dark and troubled past of the nation.
  • Red: It represents the bloodshed by those who fought for the country’s independence.
  • Green: It represents Islam and prosperity.