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  1. Support Ireland!
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Support Ireland!

Like Umbro's other jerseys created for national teams, Ireland's new home jersey was designed with a nod to heritage, identity, performance, effortless function and a tailored fit.

This soccer specific design takes into account how the body moves with playing the game. It also designed to look just off the field as it does during the 90 minutes. The black is a breakaway from Ireland's white.

Extremely soft textured fabric offers comfort and breathability. It feels great next to the skin whether you're cheering or playing. This is a result of the polyester blend. This official jersey looks and feels like cotton but is extremely efficient and effective at controlling moisture.

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

Embroidered Umbro logo and Ireland team badge at front.

79/21 polyester/cotton.


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