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USA! USA!

Michael Bradley is an enterprising defender and son of former United States head coach Bob Bradley. Bradley is known for his crisp passing and playmaking abilities that are complemented by his exceptional stamina. Cheer for Bradley when he suits up to take the field with the stars and stripes.

Show your stripes for the stars and bars when you're wearing this official new USA home jersey from Nike.

This new Dri-FIT jersey has a series of red hoops on the front symbolizing the flag of the United States and has a transparent sash across the chest. This sash honors the USA's defeat of England in the 1950 world championship. Also for the first time, the US men's and women's teams will wear the same jersey design.

The Nike Swoosh logo and USA team badge are embroidered on the front.

100% polyester. Imported.


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