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  1. Forza Italia!
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Forza Italia!

Midfielder Daniele De Rossi is known as a tough tackler with versatility and a killer long range shot. A future leader for club and country, De Rossi's consistency in attacking and defensive roles make him a manager's dream to build around De Rossi has two Coppa Italia trophies and five second-place Serie A titles with AS Roma, along with an Olympic bronze medal and 2006 FIFA World Cup™ victory with Italy.

The Azzurri are ready to take on the world in 2014.

Italy is second only to Brazil with four world titles (1934, 1938, 1982, 2006) and are poised to make an impact on the tournament.

Wear Italy's signature blue with Mario Balotelli, Gianluigi Buffon, Stephan El Shaarawy and the rest of Italy's national team with PUMA.

Official home jersey with embroidered PUMA logo on the front and sleeves. Embroidered Italy federation crest.

DryCell moisture control to keep players and fans cool.

Italian flag details in the collar, sleeves and hem.

100% polyester.


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In 1982, Argentina’s Diego Maradona led his country to the World Cup title. Wearing Puma boots, Maradona scored the spectacular solo goal which will later officially be voted Goal of the Century by FIFA. Maradona is voted “Player of the Tournament”. Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, all players, except the player taking the kick and the two goalkeepers, must remain within the center circle. The United States joined FIFA in 1913. Each FIFA World Cup since 1966 has its own mascot, starting with World Cup Willie (a lion). 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.