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Lilywhites Love

Train with the Lillywhites. Feel like you're part of the squad with this official UA Tottenham Hotspur Training Jersey for the 13/14 season. Work towards a better game with Gareth Bale, Clint Dempsey and the rest of the Tottenham squad.

The club crest, a fighting cockerel with riding spurs standing atop an early soccer ball, is on the chest.

Lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric for breathability without losing durability. Smooth flat lock seam construction delivers chafe-free comfort. Anti-Odor technology prevents the growth of odor causing microbes.

A slimmer athletic cut that delivers better mobility by eliminating the bulk of extra fabric.

Official Tottenham Hotspur Football Club product. Polyester.

From the first scrimmage to cup final, train with the Spurs.

Entrena como los astros del Tottenham Hotspur con esta camiseta oficial de Under Armour para la campaña 13/14. Viene con el escudo del club en el pecho y ha sido hecha con tela ligera que repele la humedad para una mejor ventilación. Diseño con costuras pl

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