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Looking Marvelous with Marseille!

Olympique Marseille has long been one of the strongest clubs in the French Ligue 1 and is the only French team to ever win a European championship. Show your support for Marseille with this official home jersey from adidas.

The adidas logo and Marseilles team badge are embroidered at the front. The coat of arms of the city of Marseille, which dates back to the early 14th century, is embossed in the center of the jersey. It includes the city's Latin motto, which translates to "the city of Marseilles is resplendent through its heroic deeds." And you could definitely say the same for the city's soccer team!

ClimaCool technology keeps you feeling fresh when you're getting fired up. Anatomically placed mesh at the back of the neck and underarms offers added ventilation to help you keep your cool.

100% polyester. Imported.


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