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The Champions!

The Spaniards have reasserted their dominance over Europe in this official home jersey from adidas. This is the jersey they were wearing when they defeated Italy and claimed the European Championship for an unprecedented second time in a row.

This ClimaCool jersey uses the classic red for which the team is known with two accented transparent stripes that add a subtle edge to the kit. A star is now embroidered above the team badge to recognize Spain's world championship.

The inner collar has "Camepones De Europa" and the years 1964 and 2008 printed across it for their European championships. "Real Federacion Espanola de Futbol" printed across the back collar.

Spanish team badge and adidas logo are embroidered on the front.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a David Villa, Andrés Iniesta y a toda la Furia Roja con esta camiseta oficial de local talla juvenil de España hecha por adidas. Hecha con la tecnología ClimaCool, viene con escudo nacional bordado sobre el pecho izquierdo y logotipo de adidas sobre

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