By FRANCO PANIZO
The U.S. Men’s National Team has long been rumored to be releasing a new jersey as part of U.S. Soccer’s centennial anniversary, and now we know what it might look like.
Images of what is believed to be the new U.S. jersey, which will be part of U.S. Soccer’s 100-year celebration, surfaced on todosobrecamisetas.com on Tuesday. The jersey is predominantly white with thick navy blue trims on the sleeves and an old-school U.S. Soccer crest replacing the current one on the upper left side. There are also red and white stripes and white stars on blue on the lower left and right sides, respectively.
There was no word as to when it would be released, but if recent history is any indication the Americans will debut their new uniforms in friendlies late this spring or early in the summer. The U.S. have unveiled each of their last two home jerseys during that time period.
Here are a couple of other images of the jersey:
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