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  1. Cheer on Die Mannschaft!
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Cheer on Die Mannschaft!

Having played over 200 games in the German Bundesliga for Bayern Munich despite the fact that he is young, Bastian Schweinsteiger brings a wealth of experience when he suits up in the kit of the German national team.

This jersey pays homage to the rich history of the German national team with an elegant white strip that features thin diagonal stripes in the color of Germany's flag. The white kit boasts a classic design that recalls the home kits worn by Die Mannschaft in years past such as the team's 1980 European championship.

The ClimaCool jersey has a comfortable, subtle V-neck collar with the German team badge and adidas logo applied at front. "Deutscher Fussball Bund" is printed below the back collar.

100% polyester. Imported.


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The official ball for the 2002 World Cup was the adidas Fevernova. At the 1998 World Cup in France, adidas supplied the match balls and outfitted 12,000 officials, referees, linesmen and volunteers. Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, each kick is taken by a different player and all eligible players must take a kick before any player can take a second kick. Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball again with his hands after it has been released from his possession and has not touched any other player. The rules of the game were first written down in 1863 by the newly formed Football Association in England.