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For Brazil's world class players and fans

Daniel "Dani" Alves helps make up the other half of Brazils indomitable back line. Alves is a versatile player that can perform on defense, create plays and is a free kick specialist anThe impressive left back at times looks like the ghost of Roberto Carlos when you see him set up for a free kick.

Brazil's newest home jersey from Nike is in Brazil's classic colors - bright yellow and green. It's the symbol of Brazils soccer brilliance and a jersey to inspire Brazil's passionate fans.

This iconic color combo is combined with design innovation for a modern take on a classic.

Redesigned home jersey has Brasil team badge, Nike logo and five championship stars.

The jersey has classic rib collar in green with a V inset, laser venting, bonded seams and hem vents to ensure it is love by not just for fans, but by players as well.

100% recycled Dri-FIT polyester.


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