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Celebrate with the Black Stars

Cheer for Ghana in the Black Stars' official home jersey from PUMA.

Ghana survived one of Africa's toughest qualifying groups to earn their ticket to Brazil. While Ghana has had strong performances in the last two World Cups, they are hungry for a better result in 2014.

This colorful home jersey features PUMA's DryCell technology that wicks moisture away from the skin. Bold graphics on the neckline and sleeves pay homage to Ghana's rich culture. PUMA cat logo embroidered on the front, sleeves. Ghana's federation team crest is embroidered on the front.

A team with impressive skill, power and a collection of players in their prime, Ghana is a strong team to watch in 2014.

Follow Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Kevin-Prince Boatneg and the rest of Ghana's national team as they take on the world in 2014.

100% polyester.


Apoya a Ghana con esta camiseta oficial de local hecha por PUMA. Las Estrellas Negras esperan lograr un mejor resultado en el Mundial de 2014. Esta colorida camiseta viene con tecnología DryCell que repele la humedad. Sus llamativos gráficos en el cuello y

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