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  1. 100 YEARS OF GREATNESS
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100 YEARS OF GREATNESS

Cristiano Ronaldo is a man who needs no introduction. Year after year, he shows he's one of the finest players to ever lace up cleats. The reigning FIFA Ballon D'or winner showed in qualifying that he can put his country on his back and will try to do the same in Brazil.

A jersey created to celebrate Portugal's centenary.

In Portugal's classic red with green trimmed V-neck collar design, the 2014 Portugal home jersey has a tonal design of dark red and bright red stripes on the top half and sleeves.

These stripes are supposed to create an energizing graphic that provides a sense of speed and exhilaration.

This jersey has an embroidered Portugal team badge with 1914 and 2014 to commemorate their 100 year anniversary.

Inside the back collar is a red-and-green pennant with the Armillary Sphere to honor Portugal's seafaring history.

Evolved construction and materials significantly reduce weight. Dri-FIT moisture control. Nike's new Portugal home jersey is made of recycled plastic bottles. 100% recycled polyester.

NOTE: Tight fit, which means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small. The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest. The authentic also features upgraded materials. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.


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In 1982, England's Aston Villa soccer team won the English & European Cup championships in Nike's first shoe developed specifically for soccer. Did you know a goal is three times as wide as it is tall?. As of December, 2007, FIFA has 208 member associations -which is 16 more than the United Nations. The United States has won the Gold Cup four times, including three of the last four titles. Australia beat American Samoa 31-0 in a 2001 World Cup Qualifying match.