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Luis Figo is the most capped player of all time for the Portuguese national team. Figo spent nearly 15 years with the Navigators and has won numerous player of the year awards and made the FIFA 100 list of the 100 greatest living players. The attacking midfielder was known for his speed, vision and playmaking abilities. Look like living Portuguese legend Luis Figo the next time you take the field.

A jersey that won't get in the way of Portugal's on-field style and swagger.

In black with Portugal's signature cross design sublimated across the front. This cross is an iconic symbol of Portugal found on the sails of Portuguese ships.

This jersey has an embroidered Portugal team badge and Nike logo at the front.

Evolved construction and materials significantly reduce weight. Dri-FIT moisture control. Nike's new Portugal home jersey is made of recycled plastic bottles and have serial numbers for authenticity. 100% recycled polyester.


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Rules of the Game: The distance between the posts of an official goal is 8 yards (7.32 m) and the distance from the lower edge of the crossbar to the ground is 8 feet (2.44 m). The rules of the game were first written down in 1863 by the newly formed Football Association in England. The mascots for the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany were two boy characters named Tip and Tap. The mascot for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy was a green, white and red stick figure with a soccer ball head named Ciao. The first international soccer game was played in Glasgow, Scotland in 1872.