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All eyes on Brazil!

This is the jersey Brazil will be wearing in 2014-15 as all eyes turn towards the host country.

This the home jersey that Nike has created for the five-time world champions.

Brazil's signature yellow home shirt is more than a jersey; it is a symbol of national pride and passion.

The new Y-shaped neckline provides a relaxed fit for better range of motion, and is a stylish vibe that is distinctly Brazil.

Brazil's 2014 home jersey features an updated crest. It is slightly larger than previous crests and features a golden metallic weave for a subtle shimmering effect.

Nike's Dri-FIT technology wicks moisture away from the skin.

100% polyester.


Esta es la camiseta que vestirán los seleccionados de Brasil durante la Copa Mundial de la FIFA™ en 2014. Se trata de la camiseta auténtica que Nike ha creado para los pentacampeones.

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