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2011-12 was a breakout season for Manchester United's Danny Welbeck. The young striker scored nine times in league play as well as twice in the Champions League. Welbeck's string of outstanding performance won him a spot on England's roster for Euro 2012 and he scored his first senior international goal in a tournament warm-up against Belgium.

Roar like the three lions when you're wearing this new English national team away jersey by Umbro that is tailored for England, by England! The English national team badge applied over the left chest with the Umbro diamond logo applied over the right chest. The dark color and contrasting polo collar make for a sophisticated but eye-catching kit!

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Inglaterra y a Danny Welbeck con esta camiseta oficial de visitante hecha por Umbro. Viene con el escudo nacional bordado sobre el pecho izquierdo y logotipo de Umbro sobre el derecho. El cuello tipo polo en tono oscuro y contrastante añaden un toq

Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a teammate. Rules of the Game: The ball is in play at all other times, including when it rebounds from a goalpost, crossbar or corner flag post and remains in the field of play. Passback has sent out over 151,000 pieces of soccer gear to needy teams and organizations over past 3 years. Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. The first African nation to qualify for the World Cup was Egypt in 1934. The second was Morocco in 1970.