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All eyes on Brazil!

The pride and passion of a country comes together in Brazil's official home jersey for 2014. This is the jersey Brazil will be wearing in 2014 as all eyes turn towards the host country.

Designed to honor the unique creativity of Brasil, Nike design team tried to capture the energy of Brazil while remaining true to their history of great soccer.

A new Y-neck collar design provides a relaxed fit and comfortable look. The Brazil team badge has also been updated. Nike added a gold colored metallic weave to the crest for a shimmering effect, and the 2014 crest is slightly larger.

There is also a small yellow canary motif representing "Canarinho", the nickname given to the team when they wear the yellow home jersey.

Dri-FIT moisture control. Polyester.

This the home jersey that Nike has created for the five-time world champions.


Presentamos la camiseta oficial de local de Brasil para 2014. Diseñada por Nike en honor a la creatividad y energía brasileñas pero sin perder su aspecto clásico. Nuevo cuello en Y brinda un ajuste relajado y cómodo. El escudo nacional también ha sido adap

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