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Forever Orange

DaMarcus Beasley is among the most decorated players ever to represent the United States and returned to Major League Soccer with the Houston Dynamo fresh off of a stellar campaign for the Stars and Stripes in Brazil.

Beasley, who has scored more goals in the UEFA Champions League than any other U.S. player, also became the first and thus far only USMNT star to feature in four FIFA World Cups™.

Known for his blinding speed, he reinvented his game, shifting from a winger to a left back to prolong his career at the top level. Now with the Dynamo, he offers experience abroad at the top level and a winning pedigree that should help challenge for MLS honors.

Show your love for the Dynamo!

The Dynamo's 2014 away jersey features a clean-cut look, with a redesigned team crest. The Texas state flag serves as the jersey's jock tag for an extra touch of state pride. "Forever Orange", the team's slogan, is highlighted on the left chest. The geometric pattern on the neck tape on the inside of the jersey is inspired by the Dynamo's home field, BBVA Compass Stadium.

The Houston Dynamo finished the 2013 in second place in the Eastern Conference, losing to MLS Cup championship Sporting Kansas City in the playoffs. This year, the Dynamo will rely on veterans Will Bruin, Andrew Driver and Kofi Sarkodie for another strong run at the cup.

ClimaCool moisture control. Embroidered Houston Dynamo team crest and adidas logo.

100% polyester.

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