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Mes Que Un Club!

This is Barca's new home jersey for the 12/13 season.

A star and team captain with Arsenal FC after debuting as a teenager, Cesc Fabregas returned to his hometown club, FC Barcelona, in 2011. There he added to an already strong midfield with his creativity and skill, particularly with set pieces.

Barcelona's classic navy and red are fused for a unique look. Nike designed these jerseys to honor Barcelona's tradition of excellence with a modern/creative look to inspire and excite the team and fans. Mes que un club is screened on the inside of the collar. Red cuffs and collar design.

Includes embroidered Barcelona team badge and Nike logo with screened Qatar Foundation logo. UNICEF is screened on the back.

Advanced Dri-FIT for moisture control. 100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya al Barcelona con esta camiseta de local de Cesc Fábregas para la temporada 12/13. Viene en el tradicional tono azul con una franja roja en el centro. Nike diseñó estas camisetas para honrar la tradición catalana con una apariencia moderna y creativa.

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