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Bombing down the flanks adventurously and keen to contribute in attack with the same skill he shows at the other end of the field foiling would-be attackers, Juan Zuniga is a prototypical wingback who has been a key cog in Colombia's recent rise. He started 14 of his country's 16 qualifying matches for 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, contributing mightily to help Los Cafeteros reach the finals for the first time since 1998 and climb to third in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings, a historic best for Colombia.

Zuniga has played professionally for Serie A side Napoli since 2009 with his sterling performances for the Azzurri reportedly drawing interest from the biggest clubs in Europe.

Cheer on Colombia in this official home jersey from adidas.

Colombia clinched its first trip to the FIFA World Cup™ since 1998 on October 12 in a thrilling match against Chile.

This is the jersey Colombia will wear to take on the world.

Inspired by the country's passion for the sport, this brilliant jersey is not to be missed on the field or in the stands.

100% polyester.


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The first shoe in adidas legendary Samba line was introduced in 1950. UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) was founded in Switzerland in 1954 and has 53 members. CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Footbal, was founded in 1961 and has 40 member associations. The first soccer game based on English FA rules in the United States took place between Rutgers University and Princeton University on Novermber 6, 1869. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.