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  1. Vive le football libre!
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Vive le football libre!

Florent Malouda is a powerful winger who is a highly effective attacker and playmaker coming down the side of the field. The French player had a very successful career with Lyon and continued this trend with Chelsea. Malouda's crosses always seem to find their target which just goes to show the vision of this veteran winger.

France has made blue the color of elegant creativity, the spirit that runs through the veins of each player and fans of Les Bleus.

France has a new coach and a new jersey from Nike.

High tech fabric made from 94% recycled polyester and 4% organic cotton for rapid moisture control. Cotton provides next level comfort.

Sleeve, collar and neckline combine ease of movement with an athletic fit.

Shoulder seams are bonded with soft touch tape for durability without chaffing.

The message "Nos Differences Nous Unissent" (translates to our differences unite us) is printed behind the FFF badge over the players' hearts.

This is Nike's most environmentally sustainable kit to date.

NOTE: Front number position may be moved as France has not yet committed to placement.


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