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When Pele is called "arguably" the greatest soccer player of all time, it's because of Diego Maradona. The two legends shared the title of FIFA Player of the 20th Century after Maradona won the Internet vote and Pele received more support for FIFA officials, soccer journalists and coaches. To watch Maradona play was to witness poetry on a soccer field. Combining strength, bravery, confidence and exuding ability to dominate in tight spaces with the ball glued to his foot and pick out teammates, Maradona played in four FIFA World Cups, most notably the 1986 tournament in Mexico where he captained and inspired his country to glory.

Represent Argentina in this official 2014 home jersey from adidas.

The Albiceleste's 2014 home jersey is a young interpretation of Argentina's classic blue and white-striped jersey. Modern striping on the torso adds to this kit's invigorating feel.

Argentina's crest has been redesigned for this 2014 jersey.

Transparent tape on the sides further subtracts from the jersey's weight.

Each of adidas' 2014 federation jerseys has an iconic band across the shoulders to signify unity. These revolutionary kits are the lightest that adidas has ever designed.

ClimaCool to keep you comfortable as you cheer for Argentina.

100% polyester.


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The mascot for the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain was an orange named Naranjito. The African Cup of Nations, the main international football competition in Africa, was first held in 1957. Columbus Crew Stadium, opened in 1999, was the first major soccer specific stadium in the U.S.. The current World Cup trophy will be retired in 2038 when there is no more room for the champion's name. The 1970 World Cup was the first to be televised in color.