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Item #53112_NEYMAR
  1. MES QUE UN CLUB
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A young player on a metoric rise, Brazilian forward Neymar is one of the most remarkable athletes in the world. Known for his energy, explosive speed, creative dribbling and ruthless finishing, Neymar came to Barcelona in June 2013 from Santos FC (Brazil). Neymar is a classic Brazilian player, equipped with deceptive dribbling and fearlessness.

For the 13/14 season, Barcelona will wear this all black jersey from Nike.

Barcelona's new third jersey does have a Catalan flag detail inside the collar and on the back of the neck. There is a bold yellow stripe at each side.

Official Barcelona team badge and Nike logo are on the chest. Sponsor logo screened on front, UNICEF is screened on the back in yellow.

Crew collar. Dri-FIT moisture control. Polyester.

Messi, Iniesta, Xavi and Neymar will all wear this new official Nike Barcelona Third Jersey.


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