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Support the Stars and Stripes!

There's no questioning the pedigree of US national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann. The former German striker has won both a world title and a European championship as a player and took his home country to a third place finish in 2006 as a manager. This coach has the experience and know-how necessary to help take US soccer to the next level so show your support for Klinsmann and the USA.

Stay true to the red, white and blue when you're wearing this official USA away jersey from Nike. The US first wore this jersey on February 29, 2012 as they defeated the mighty Italy in friendly play.

White sleeves and the blue sash are a nod to the team's 1950 uniforms, worn by the US team that defeated England in the legendary world final.

This Dri-FIT jersey has the USA national team badge and Nike Swoosh logo. The collar has red-white-and-blue details, while the American flag is printed just inside the neck.

Upgraded to be 23% lighter than previous USA jerseys.

Show some love for your favorite US soccer stars like Clint Dempsey and Landon Donovan as they take on the world.

100% polyester. Imported.


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Uruguay beat Argentina to win the first World Cup in 1930 in front of a crowd of 93,000 people. The earliest documented use of the word football appears in a proclamation by King Henry IV of England in 1409. The Guinness Book of Records recognizes Sandygate Road stadium in Crosspool, Sheffield, England in as the Oldest Ground in the World. It has been home to Hallam FC since 1860. Everton's Dixie Dean set an English record when he scored 60 goals during the 1927-28 season. American Bert Patenaude scored the first hat trick in World Cup history in a 3-0 victory over Paraguay in 1930.