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For Brazil's world class players and fans

What can we say about Pele that hasn't already been said? He's arguably the most famous, recognizable, talented and decorated player to ever lace up a pair of cleats. He took home the trophy from the world's biggest soccer tournament three times in his career and helped introduce America and the world to the true meaning of the beautiful game.

Brazil's newest home jersey from Nike is in Brazil's classic colors - bright yellow and green. It's the symbol of Brazils soccer brilliance and a jersey to inspire Brazil's passionate fans.

This iconic color combo is combined with design innovation for a modern take on a classic.

Redesigned home jersey has Brasil team badge, Nike logo and five championship stars.

The jersey has classic rib collar in green with a V inset, laser venting, bonded seams and hem vents to ensure it is love by not just for fans, but by players as well.

100% recycled Dri-FIT polyester.


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Rules of the Game: For FIFA matches, if a substitute enters the field of play without the referee’s permission, play is stopped, the substitute is cautioned, shown the yellow card and required to leave the field of play. Play is restarted with a dropped b The U.S. Governing body for the sport did not have soccer in its name until 1945, when it became the U.S. Soccer Football Association. As of December, 2007, FIFA has 208 member associations -which is 16 more than the United Nations. The Oceania Football Confederation consists of New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and nine other Pacific island nations. The United States played its first-ever official international soccer match on August 20, 1916 against Sweden in Stockholm.