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Show Your Support for Germany!

German soccer has produced countless top players, but Franz Beckenbauer is the greatest to ever lace up soccer cleats. He played in three FIFA World Cups and was named to the all-tournament team each time. Der Kaiser, meaning "the Emperor," lifted the trophy in 1974 as captain. He is one of only two men to win the cup as both a player and a manager, a feat accomplished at the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. He belongs alongside Pele, his New York Cosmos teammate, as an all-time legend of the game.

Show your support for Die Mannschaft with this away jersey from adidas.

This ClimaCool jersey has the adidas logo, three championship stars and German national team badge embroidered on the front.

The green color harkens back to the old school Germany away jerseys, including the one the team wore when they won the 1972 European Championship 40 years ago!

There is even a 1972/2012 design screened inside the collar. On the back of the collar is a small "Deutscher Fußball-Bund" design screened in green.

There's a subtle hoop detail at front. Ribbed white crewneck collar.

100% polyester with ClimaCool moisture control and mesh ventilation. Imported.


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Diadora, founded in 1948, began as a producer of high quality, mountain climbing boots. The U.S. Governing body for the sport did not have soccer in its name until 1945, when it became the U.S. Soccer Football Association. FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) was founded in Paris on May 21, 1904. The first African nation to qualify for the World Cup was Egypt in 1934. The second was Morocco in 1970. The first international soccer game was played in Glasgow, Scotland in 1872.