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  1. Support the Schweizer Nati in Brazil
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Support the Schweizer Nati in Brazil

Blazing fast, adept creatively and terrifically versatile, Tranquillo Barnetta is a Swiss sensation.

He was born in Switzerland to Italian parents and burst on the international scene at 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™ where he scored against Togo and was shortlisted for the tournament's Best Young Player award.

Well known in the German Bundesliga, where he came into bloom with Bayer Leverkusen before moving to Schalke and Entracht Frankfurt. Barnetta is also famed in England after hammering home two free kicks against the Three Lions in Wembley in 2012 UEFA Euro qualifying. His next act comes this summer in Brazil.

Switzerland sailed through 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil qualification and stands ready to excel in Group E against Ecaudor, France and Honduras while donning this classy home shirt from PUMA.

The Swiss flag is heat pressed and embossed on the chest while the signature Swiss crest on the chest and PUMA cat logos on chest and each sleeve are embroidered.

The term "Suisse," French for "Switzerland," is heat-pressed at top of the back. The logo of Credit Suisse, the multinational Swiss-based bank that is team's sponsor, is also heat pressed at the right shoulder.

The shirt employs a modern take on the classic crew collar and has a remarkable, subtle cross, with four arms of equal size, that mirrors the Swiss flag on the front. Just like the Swiss national team, this jersey has more than meets the eye at first glance.

PUMA's Dry Cell technology provides cool and comfort in any conditions.

100% polyester.


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