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  1. Cheer for Uruguay!
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Cheer for Uruguay!

Root for La Celeste (The Sky Blue) in their home jersey from PUMA. A quiet, yet powerful force in South American soccer, Uruguay has won the Copa America 15 times, most recently in 2011. Now, this small country is ready for the big time again in World Cup qualifying.

This jersey features Uruguay's team crest embroidered on the left chest with the PUMA logo embroidered on the front and on both sleeves.

Made with Dry Cell technology to keep you cool and cheering for Uruguay. Lace-up pattern on front pays tribute to retro team kits. Contrast banding on cuffs and collar. 60/40 polyester/cotton.


Apoya al equipo celeste de Uruguay con esta camiseta de local hecha por PUMA. Uruguay ha ganado la Copa América en 15 ocasiones, la más reciente en 2011. Ahora, este pequeño país sudamericano se prepara para luchar por el título mundial en Brasil 2014. Est

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 Italy's famous 82,955-seat San Siro stadium is home to both AC Milan and Inter Milan. The two team's played each other in the ground's first game in 1926. American Bert Patenaude scored the first hat trick in World Cup history in a 3-0 victory over Paraguay in 1930. The U.S. Women's National Team's top two career goal scorers, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, were teammates at the University of North Carolina. The name soccer comes from association football, which is the sport's formal name.
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