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Barca!

Ivan Rakitic came to FC Barcelona in the summer of 2014 as an already proven La Liga commodity, having shined with Sevilla for three seasons. He capped off his time with Los Rojiblancos by leading the club to UEFA Europa League glory as captain.

He's a creative Croatian midfielder who is primed to excel in a La Blaugrana shirt.

Show your support for Barcelona in this official authentic home jersey from Nike.

The home shirt features bolder and wider Barcelona stripes in darker tones of red and blue. Includes a new crest, and a unique relaxed blue collar infused with Catalan pride, with a Senyera flag in the open V-neck. It is the first time the Catalan flag has appeared on the front of the club's shirt.

Soft Dri-FIT moisture wicking technology keeps players and fans comfortable.

Embroidered Nike logo and Barcelona team crest.

Barcelona's team motto, "mes que un club" and founding year are screened inside the collar. A small Catalan flag detail is on the front collar. On the back of the neck is "Barca" in Senyera yellow, written in the club's unique font.

100% polyester.


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