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Germany's all-time leading goalscorer Miroslav Klose, the only man to tally at least four goals in three different FIFA World Cups, came to Lazio in 2011 after successful runs with both Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga. The talismanic striker arrived in Rome as a seasoned player ready to prove he still had more to give the game, and he achieved that aim in style, scoring 16 goals in his debut campaign. The following season, at age 34, Klose netted the winning strike in the Copa Italia final against arch-rivals Roma to claim to cup for the Biancocelesti. Prolific in the air and deft with either foot, count him out at your peril. Klose's quality shows no signs of fading. He's an all-time elite.

The new adidas Germany Away Jersey has a bold look for 2014.

Winners of three World Cups, Germany look to take home the prize for the first time since 1990.

As part of the lightest jerseys that adidas has ever made, the new design features a red and black hoop design and madarin style button collar.

Polyester with moisture control. Germany team badge and adidas logo at front.


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The legendary adidas Adilette sandal was introduced in 1968. The Passback program provides used but playable soccer gear to needy teams and organizations around the world and here at home. The mascot for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy was a green, white and red stick figure with a soccer ball head named Ciao. As of December, 2007, FIFA has 208 member associations -which is 16 more than the United Nations. The first non-European nation to join FIFA was South Africa in 1909.