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1913-2013

Clint Dempsey, sometimes known as Deuce, is one of the hardest working and most effective Americans to grace the pitch. Dempsey is the all-time top goal scorer for his club in England and the only American to score a hat trick in the EPL. Plus he scored the only goal in the USA's first ever win over Italy. Deuce has proven he gets the goals and you need to get his jersey.

Part of Nike's USA Centennial line, this new official USA jersey celebrates 100 years of American soccer. This is the jersey the team will wear during 2014 qualifying.

This jersey has a unique USA badge created especially for the Centennial embroidered on the front and screened inside the collar. This Centennial badge features thirteen stars and thirteen stripes, representing the original 13 US colonies. Wide navy cuffs and V-collar further add to the retro feel.

Dri-FIT moisture control for enhanced performance. Polyester.


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In 1982, England's Aston Villa soccer team won the English & European Cup championships in Nike's first shoe developed specifically for soccer. Rules of the Game: If a team finishes a match with a greater number of players than their opponents and penalty kicks are taken to determine the winner of a match, that team shall reduce their numbers to equal that of their opponents. The team captain has The rules of the game were first written down in 1863 by the newly formed Football Association in England. Unlike the Olympics, FIFA recognizes the four Home Nations of the United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland- as separate entities. Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup, more than any other country in a single World Cup.