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  1. Support Ireland!
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Support Ireland!

Robbie Keane is the current captain of the Irish national team and is also the team's top goal scorer. The lad has come into his own as a veteran striker and is still a force to be reckoned with on both the league and international stages.

This collared jersey has the Irish national team badge over the left chest with the Umbro diamond logo over the right. The number 3 is heat-transferred in the center of the jersey.

Wear the green like Robbie Keane and other Irish heroes with this official jersey!

This soccer specific design takes into account how the body moves with playing the game. It also designed to look just as good off the field as it does during the 90 minutes.

Extremely soft textured fabric offers comfort and breathability. It feels great next to the skin whether you're cheering or playing.

Tailored sleeves offer a great look while dart detailing offers an enhanced fit. Open crew collar with a concealed button closure for a clean look.

100% polyester. Imported.


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Rules of the Game: Coaches and other officials must remain within the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a trainer or doctor entering the field of play, with the referee’s permission, to assess an injured player. Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. Columbus Crew Stadium, which opened in 1999, was the first stadium in the US built specifically for a MLS team. It has a seating capacity of 22,500. More than 90,000 people filled the Rose Bowl to watch the United States defeat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup final. The name soccer comes from association football, which is the sport's formal name.