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For Brazil's world class players and fans

This jersey is engineered for excellence. Designed to reflect the beauty of Brazil's style of play, this new iconic blue away jersey is worthy of Brazil's greatness and Brazil's passionate fans.

Redesigned away jersey has Brasil team badge, Nike logo and five championship stars.

Lightweight jersey with crew collar that has a with V-inset. Includes white trimmed, bonded shoulder panel, ribbed cuffs, laser venting, welded seams, and hem vents. It's crafted not just for fans, but to deliver unrivaled comfort and performance to players as well.

100% recycled Dri-FIT polyester.


La nueva camiseta azul de visitante de Brasil ha sido diseñada pensando en la excelencia y belleza del fútbol carioca. Esta camiseta ligera viene con una apariencia moderna e incluye escudo nacional y las cinco estrellas de campeón. Cuello redondo con un a

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