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  1. Vive La France!
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Vive La France!

Midfielder Yann M'Vila, who plays his club soccer for Rennes, first took the field in a France jersey as a 16-year-old. He represented his country at every successive youth level until making his senior debut in 2010 at age 20.

Be like les Bleus of France when they take the field by wearing this official away jersey from Nike.

The all white jersey has seven thin blue stripes on the cuffs to represent the well-known French design of the Marinière. The Nike Swoosh logo and French national team badge are embroidered at the front.

This Dri-FIT jersey has a stylish polo collar.

Designed to be even lighter than previous jerseys.

Cheer on Karim Benzema, Yoann Gourcuff, Florent Malouda and the rest of the squad with this fantastic France jersey.

Dri-FIT fabric adds breathability, strength and comfort. Tailored for better style and fit.

The French team motto, "Nos differences nous unissent" (Our differences unite us), is printed on the inside below the collar.

100% polyester, at least 96% of which is recycled. Imported.


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