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Is This Colombia’s Home Shirt For World Cup 2014? [PHOTO]

colombia home shirt world cup Is This Colombias Home Shirt For World Cup 2014? [PHOTO]

Colombia are on the verge of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, but we already have a leaked photo of what may be the home shirt they plan on wearing.

Colombia’s memorable yellow shirt will be designed by adidas, but the design of the new shirt is a departure for the international team. The shirt design features diagonal navy blue stripes across the shirt as well as a thicker band under the v-neck collar. The shirt also features the iconic three stripes down the shoulder and sleeve.

If this is an authentic photo of Colombia’s shirt for next summer, the shirt design may provide insight into how the adidas templates for 2014 will look — especially if the other shirt designs of other clubs and countries mirror the same diagonal stripe design.

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