Brazil’s National Soccer Team: New Kit for 2013-2014

Brazil’s New Home Kit

Brasil home shirt canary emblem - 2014 FIFA World Cup

Brazil’s national soccer (football) team has unveiled its new 2013-14 home and away kits produced by Nike.  This home kit was first worn by the Seleção during the friendly against England on February 6 at Wembley stadium.   In keeping with tradition, the jersey stays primarily bright canary yellow with a green rib collar and green trimming on the sleeves.  On the right front of the jersey is the familiar soccer emblem and the five stars representing Brazil’s five World Cup titles.

On the inside back of the jersey is a canary perched on the portuguese slogan: NASCIDO PARA JOGAR FUTEBOL which means “Born to Play Soccer (Football)”.

The jersey is matched with blue shorts and white socks.

Brasil Nike home jersey - 2014 FIFA World Cup

Neymar wearing new Brasil home shirt (2) - 2014 FIFA World Cup

Brazil’s New Away Kit

For the away kit, the jersey remains an elegant blue but with a new white stripe along the sleeves and up over the shoulders.

Brasil away blue jersey (2) - 2014 FIFA World Cup

Unlike the home jersey, there is no collar.  Instead, the away jersey has a crew neck with a V-inset.  The kit is completed with white shorts and blue socks.

Felipe Scolari, Brazil’s national soccer team coach, reportedly told the kit designers to leave space on the emblem to add a 6th star after the 2014 World Cup!

Brasil away blue shirt - 2014 FIFA World Cup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 comments on “Brazil’s National Soccer Team: New Kit for 2013-2014
  1. David says:

    Wow! I really like their away jerseys. The collars are kind of a wired idea

  2. Brian Costa says:

    I like the away kit a lot. It really stands out.

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