Good Brazil Home Football Shirt 2016

When it comes to Brazil, a lot of people knows “Football Kingdom” because of the country’s victories in major sporting events and Brzilians’ passion for football. Almost everybody in Brazil is involved in street soccer. Quite a few soccer stars like Ronaldinho start their professional career from playing street soccer. Soccer has been integrated with the Brazilian life, forming a unique cultural phenomenon.

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, commonly known as Ronaldinho, is a former attacking midfielder, but is also a forward or a winger. From 1999 to 2013, Ronaldinho played totally 97 matches for his nation and helped the team win the titles of 1999 Copa América and 2002 FIFA World Cup. In addition to Brazil national team, he has played for several football clubs such as PSG, Barcelona, AC Milan and so on. Ronaldinho got the Best FIFA Men’s Player award two times and Ballon d’Or award in his football career. He realized his dream.

Ronaldinho is wildly regarded as one of the greatest and most successful players. He is praised particularly for his technical skills, creativity and balance. Portugal midfield playmaker Rui Costa said:“There are not many players who can offer goalscoring passes like Ronaldinho. He is just marvellous. He is a rare case of an assist man who can provide the ball from anywhere.” When he scored at football pitches, Ronaldinho always raised his arms to the sky to symbolize victories and comfort his father.

On 17 January 2018, Ronaldinho hung up his boots. His loyal fans felt heartbroken but they would keep him in mind all the time.

With excellent players, Brazil national team has cooperated with a leading brand Nike so as to provide the most advanced products for these players.

There is a 2016 home match shirt for this successful team which is certainly designed and manufactured by Nike.

The released Vapor shirt made by innovative Nike AeroSwift technology can help players be concentrated on games and perform well.

“The 2016 Brazil national team jersey represents a complete sports equipment manufactured specifically for speed,” said Martin Lotti, Nike’s creative director. “It took Nike two years to create the brand new Vapor jersey produced by AeroSwift technology, and in the process we worked with athletes to make the new shirt fit them perfectly. Now we see these jerseys are worn by the best team players in the world and shown at football matches.”

The home shirt is yellow with green elements, which keeps the classic design of Brazil home shirts. It features a stylish V-neck collar with a green stripe. The team badge is printed proudly on the chest and the five stars represent five titles of World Cup. “Brasil(Brazil)” is embroidered under the team badge and at the back of the collar. Besides, Amor(Love) and Orgulho (Proud) are separately knitted the insides of sleeves. All these design details show players’ national pride. There is a green breathable stripe placed on both sides of the shirt in order to keep players cool and dry.

Another interesting point to note is that the Brazil 2016 kit features yellow shorts and the traditional blue shorts as well.

Brazil Home Football Shirt 2014

Martin Lotti is a designer and executive known as a major creative force at Nike. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles in 1997. That same year, Lotti started at Nike as a footwear designer. After several years, he became the creative director. In 2012, he was responsible for the entire global football category. He is now responsible for the creative direction of all of 11 Nike categories, from running to basketball. The design team of Nike, together with a Brazilian designer Bruno Big, created the 2014 home shirt reflecting the unique culture of Brazil.

Neymar said:“For me and my team members, wearing a yellow shirt is an honor. Brazil is a very special football country and we must strive to win each game for this country. The home shirt can help us perform best and encourage us.”

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, known as Neymar, is a professional forward for Brazil national team and PSG. He is potential and talented. Neymar was twice named the South American Footballer of the Year in 2011 and 2012. He also got FIFA Puskás Award in 2011. SportsPro named him the most marketable athlete in the world in 2012 and 2013, and ESPN cited him as the world’s fourth-most famous athlete in 2016. His energetic pace and technical skills allow him to shoot and create chances for teammates.

Neymar is a Christian and he has sometimes worn a headband with the words “100% Jesus”.

Another Brazilian footballer Lincoln has attracted global attention. He is the best young and potential football player, who was born on Nov. 7, 1998 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Lincoln plays mainly as an attacking midfielder and he plays as a left winger or right winger sometimes. He was a key part of Brazil’s title-winning side at the under-17 South American championship.

The home shirt is traditionally yellow with green collar and cuffs. Blue shorts and white socks complete the home kit. Each jersey worn by Brazil national team players is made in Brazil. Fans can get them at Cheap Football Shirts Replica. You can also have a special shirt with your favorite player’s name and number, which are well-designed and inspired by the street postcards in Brazil. Wearing a match jersey is a great way to show your support. We will provide you with high-quality and low-cost football jerseys.

A yellow canary printed inside of the collar, symbolizing “Canarinho”, a nickname of Brazil national team. The team badge gets bigger than previous ones and inside of the shirt, there is a word “Nascido para jogar futebol(Born to play football)”.

The design focus is how to effectively adjust the player’s temperature so as to improve the performance on the field. Nike Dri-FIT technology can absorb sweat from skin and ensures the breathability. Players can keep cool during 90 minutes. In addition to keeping players dry, designers of Nike combine pure cotton and recycled polyester to create a new fabric which also has a good moisture control.

Each kit is made from recycled bottles from landfills, reflecting Nike’s environmental awareness.