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Mes Que Un Club!

This is Barca's new bold jersey for the 12/13 season.

Bright orange and yellow with a blended pattern. This bright color celebrates the boldness of Barcelona's play and style while honoring the city's cultures, art and architecture.

Mes que un club is screened on the inside of the collar. Taping in Barca's traditional red and blue run down the sides.

A product of FC Barcelona's youth system, Xavi Hernandez has spent his entire career with the club. The inspirational playmaker made his senior debut in 1998 and in the seasons since appeared in over 600 games and, of course, helped the club win numerous trophies.

Includes embroidered Barcelona team badge and Nike logo with screened Qatar Foundation logo. UNICEF is screened on the back.

Advanced Dri-FIT for moisture control. 100% recycled polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Xavi Hernández vistiendo la nueva camiseta del Barcelona para la campaña 12/13. Viene en llamativos tonos naranja y amarillo los cuales se mezclan. Los colores celebran el fútbol llamativo del Barcelona y rinden honores a la cultura, arte y arquite

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