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1913-2013

A midfielder with lethal ball control and manipulation, Megan Rapinoe has been a staple to the USWNT since 2006. She was crucial to the team's success in the London. Fearless and creative, Rapinoe provided firepower behind nearly half of the team's goals in the tournament with three goals and four assists.

Part of Nike's USA Centennial line, this new official USA jersey celebrates 100 years of American soccer. This is the jersey the team will wear during 2014 qualifying.

This jersey has a unique USA badge created especially for the Centennial embroidered on the front and screened inside the collar. This Centennial badge features thirteen stars and thirteen stripes, representing the original 13 US colonies. Wide navy cuffs and V-collar further add to the retro feel.

Dri-FIT moisture control for enhanced performance. Polyester.


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Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, the goalkeeper who is the teammate of the kicker must remain on the field of play, outside the penalty area in which the kicks are being taken, and on the goal line where it meets Rules of the Game: Any of the other players may change places with the goalkeeper provided that the referee is informed before the change is made and the change is made during a stoppage in the match. Goalkeeper is the only position to be explicitly part of the rules of the game since they were codified in the 19th century. The FA Cup in England is the world's oldest soccer competition, having first taken place in 1871. Uruguay beat Argentina to win the first World Cup in 1930 in front of a crowd of 93,000 people.