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  1. Cheer on La Roja in Brazil
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Cheer on La Roja in Brazil

Led by Alexis Sanchez of Barcelona and Arturo Vidal of Juventus, Chile is ready to take on the challenging Group B in 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. Pitted against 2010 finalists Spain and Holland and Australia, Chile will rise to the challenge wearing this stylish home shirt.

It shares many features of the away shirt: a heat pressed and embossed badge, embroidered PUMA cat logos on the chest and sleeves and a Chilean flag heat pressed on the back, below the neck. Unlike the away shirt, this one has a classy collar.

PUMA's Dry Cell technology provides cool and comfort in any conditions.

100% polyester.


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