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Ready for Success in 2014

Peru competes in the tough CONMEBOL conference but they've still made it to the World Cup four times. This is the jersey Peru will wear as they try to qualify for 2014. Support la Blanquirroja in their new official home jersey from Umbro.

V-neck jersey with Peru's signature red sash is modern with a nod to Peru's soccer tradition. The jersey has "Inti pa sinchi" screened inside the collar, which translates to Warriors of the Sun. There is also an Incan sun god symbol on the back of the neck, a subtle nod to Peru's culture and history.

Like all of Umbro's team jersey, Peru's is tailored to fit with premium construction and materials. Ribbed red and white striped v-neck collar. Embroidered Peru team badge and logo. Lightweight polyester/cotton blend.


Aunque Perú forma parte de la competitiva CONMEBOL, ha logrado colarse a cuatro Copas del Mundo. Esta es la camiseta de local que la Selección Peruana viste en su intento por llegar a Brasil 2014. Viene con cuello en V y la tradicional franja roja y detall

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