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Optimism for the future of USA soccer has perhaps never been more widespread than it is now, and that's thanks to players such as Aron Johannsson. Born in Alabama, but raised in Iceland, Johannsson's inclusion in Jurgen Klinsmann's Stars and Stripes gives the team hopes of making a run in Brazil and for many tournaments to come.

Having decided to switch from the Icelandic team to the USA in 2013, Johannsson immediately endeavored himself to his new compatriots, scoring a stoppage time winner against Panama in a FIFA World Cup™ qualifier. He makes a case for more minutes every time he takes the field and seems sure to be not only a star for the future, but a key player now, too.

Bold wide stripes of red, white and blue for the new official away jersey for the USA. This is the jersey Landon Donovan, Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley will wear in Brazil.

A return to the bright, blue team crest, a departure from the centennial crest.

Star pennant to represent the original 13 colonies.

Made from recycled plastic bottles (96%).

This on-field version uses a combination of Nike Dri-FIT technology, mesh panels and laser-cut ventilation holes to put cooling air flow exactly where players need it most.

Nike used three-dimensional body scans of elite players to design the jersey's fit to improve comfort.

100% polyester with


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Nike is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon. Rules of the Game: For FIFA matches, the ball should weigh not more than 450 g (16 oz) and not less than 410 g (14 oz) at the start of the match. England's Football Association first legalized professional soccer players in 1885. Giovane Elber (Bayern Munich) holds the Bundsliga record for the fastest goal - 11 seconds! The team sponsored by Bethlehem Steel won four out of the first six US Open Cup tournaments- 1915, '16, '18 and '19.