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Camp Nou digs

The whole world knows Barça's name and the stylish brand of football that they play; especially now having won the Treble. Nike has designed Barca's new kits to ooze spirit, passion and Catalan pride. Barca is the only Spanish club to ever claim the Treble of league title, the Copa del Rey and Europe's biggest prize.

After a brief hiatus, the famous Barca vertical stripes have returned for the 2009-2010 season. Subtly reflecting FC Barcelona's distinguished and unique history, the jersey has the traditional Atlantic blue and deep red vertical stripes, which are bordered by a thin yellow stripe. Embroidered Swoosh and Barcelona club crest on the chest. The V-neck collar and cuffs have a thin black and yellow stripe. The Catalan flag, the Senyera, is on the collar and inside the collar is a woven label that reads, ‘Mes que un club', which translates into more than a club. Small FC Barcelona label at side. Dri-FIT keeps you cooler, drier and lighter. 100% polyester. Imported.

Todo mundo sabe que Barça representa calidad futbolística, especialmente tras haber ganado la triple corona de Europa. Las tradicionales franjas verticales azul Atlántico y rojo del Barcelona, flanquedas con finas rayas amarillas, han regresado para la tem

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