By FRANCO PANIZO
A World Cup year means new jerseys for most if not all nations set to participate in the tournament.
This might be the U.S. Men’s National Team’s.
Toodosobrecamisetas.com, which has a history of correctly leaking U.S. jerseys, released images on Saturday of what is believed to be the new U.S. World Cup home jersey. The biggest talking point will surely be the collar, which the U.S. has not sported since a friendly in 2006 and not used at a World Cup since its successful 2002 campaign. It also has thin horizontal gray lines that are only noticeable with a hard look.
The jersey also marks the return of the regular U.S. Soccer crest. The U.S. used a special centennial crest for much of 2013 to commemorate its 100 year anniversary.
Here are a few more images of the jersey:
What do you think of the jersey? Like the collar and thin stripes? Wish the centennial crest was used instead? Planning on buying one?
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