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Football Shirts (National Teams)

As football is one of the most popular sports, wearing the latest football shirt supporting your national team is an essential requirement when playing a casual match or watching your team play a match. Having your national team's football shirt brings you closer to the sport and your home nation during the World Cup and other international tournaments.

Pick up a slice of a country's history by buying a national team's football shirt from an iconic match from the past, perhaps the FIFA World Cup 2014 or UEFA Euro 2016. National teams have a home and an away kit to avoid colour clashes on the pitch. This also gives the fans more choices of style and colour when wearing a football shirt.

Why wear a football shirt?

Wearing a national team's football shirt shows your allegiance to your country's football team. By filling a football stadium with matching football shirts does offer the team support and encouragement, making you feel part of the action whether you are in or out of the stadium.

Celebrate your heritage by buying the football shirt of where your parents and family are from - consider buying a Spanish football shirt if you have Spanish family.

Today, wearing a national team's football shirt is both fashionable and practical. Whether you are wearing one on or off the pitch, the hi-tech, lightweight fabric of the shirt is designed to maximize comfort and minimize heat and moisture. The bright colours with logos and badges are proudly worn as a mark of pride, respect and honour. Nowadays there may be lots of replica shirts on the market, but owning your own football shirt from your national team carries much more kudos.

Purchasing a national team football shirt for yourself or as a gift for another is a way of joining in with other supporters in a show of mutual support of a national team. It marks you out as belonging to your national team, making it clear at first glance who your follow.

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