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Support The Lions of England

Whether you love him or hate him, there is no denying John Terry is one of the top central defenders in the game. A hard-nosed tackled as well as an incredibly accurate passer, Terry helped lead Chelsea to the UEFA Champions League title in 2012. At the international level he made his debut for England in 2003 and has appeared in two World Cups.

Roar like the three lions when you're wearing this new English national team away jersey by Umbro that is tailored for England, by England! The English national team badge applied over the left chest with the Umbro diamond logo applied over the right chest. The dark color and contrasting polo collar make for a sophisticated but eye-catching kit!

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Inglaterra y a John Terry con esta camiseta oficial de visitante hecha por Umbro. Viene con el escudo nacional bordado sobre el pecho izquierdo y logotipo de Umbro sobre el derecho. El cuello tipo polo en tono oscuro y contrastante añaden un toque

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