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  1. The Champions
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The Champions

Midfielder Andrea Pirlo is a master of long passes and distance shooting. His ability to build goal-scoring opportunities with the longball has earned him the nickname "l'architetto" (The Architect). Pirlo started servicing Italy's national teams as an Under 21 player. He later progressed to the senior squad in 2002 for World Cup qualifiers, and was a captained the 2004 Olympic team.

Bold look for Juventus. This new all black away jersey has applied white stripes at each cuff. The black represents the 11/12 Serie A Champs hunger for more glory and Juventus' determination to dominate.

The crewneck jersey honors the kit worn by the 41/42 team who won the Coppa Italia. The club's motto is screened on the inside collar - Vincere Non e Importante e L'Unica Cosa che Conta, which means Winning is not important, it is everything.

Includes embroidered Juventus team badge, two championship stars and Nike logo at front.

Lightweight, ventilated mesh polyester. Juventus is screened on the back neck.

100% Dri-FIT recycled polyester. Imported.


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Rules of the Game: Coaches and other officials must remain within the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a trainer or doctor entering the field of play, with the referee’s permission, to assess an injured player. Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a teammate. Attendance for the 1950 World Cup Final at Maracana Stadium in Brazil was an amazing 199,500! The 1970 World Cup was the first to be televised in color. London's new Wembley Stadium, which opened in 2007, has a seating capacity of 90,000.