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Some jerseys are already out:

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what do you think? Not a big surprise, classic styles, and I might admit that I like it, I like the simplicity. As much as I never liked German style soccer I like the new jersey with a new flavor of the logo, with extra border and german colors on the bottom.

Does anyone knows of any other jerseys that came out of the closet.

BTW, any of you going to Portugal to see Euro 2004? I just got tickets for Croatia- France and Croatia - England games.

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You are right, I saw that jersey too, but i think that's just bad replica, although how could they miss for so much. If you look at france jersey thay have the stiching done in the same way as that german jersey, but they are all white while Germany has devided red and black. I'm glad that's just a bad replica because it doesn't look good.

Where are all those soccer fans?

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I like what adidas has come up with...a nice update to their 2002 World Cup designs.

On a side note--to think how about Reebok and Nike duplicate the same uniform design for so many different football and basketball teams and schools--does anyone else think that adidas (or Nike) could come up with more than one template to outfit national teams in, especially on such a large stage as Euro2004 or a World Cup???

For everyone who complains about the next football team that looks like a red-and-black or blue-and-gold Denver Broncos...just a little something to mull over.

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Argentina has the same thing...the site doesn't really say if they're authentics or replicas but, judging from the price and the materials, I'd lean towards authentics.

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Soccer uniforms don't do authentic or replica!! They are designed to all be 'authentic' although thy are usually referred to as replicas to confuse matters!!

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Soccer uniforms don't do authentic or replica!! They are designed to all be 'authentic' although thy are usually referred to as replicas to confuse matters!!

On the contrary,

Many soccer jerseys, or "kits" as they are known, are often offered in authentic and replica versions.  The authentic Nike kits from WC 2002 had a secondary mesh layer whereas the replicas do not.

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Soccer uniforms don't do authentic or replica!! They are designed to all be 'authentic' although thy are usually referred to as replicas to confuse matters!!

On the contrary,

Many soccer jerseys, or "kits" as they are known, are often offered in authentic and replica versions. The authentic Nike kits from WC 2002 had a secondary mesh layer whereas the replicas do not.

Well I have never ever ever seen this in a British sports store at all ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And the term 'kit' refers to everything, shirt, shorts and socks!!! jerseys are more commonly referred to as shirts in the uk!!!  :P

Dang fool thinks he can take on the expert!!!

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And the term 'kit' refers to everything, shirt, shorts and socks!!! jerseys are more commonly referred to as shirts in the uk!!! :P

Dang fool thinks he can take on the expert!!!

So what's a "strip"?

A 'strip' is another term for a kit!! Or else something involves no uniform at all :o

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