Photos of the US Men’s National Team shirt for World Cup 2014 have been leaked on the Internet.
Designed by Nike, the USMNT home shirt for Brazil 2014 is a white shirt with a polo-shirt collar. The shirt features red trim on the bottom of the short-sleeves as well as on the edges of the collar.
The most distinctive feature is the blue and white stars that are featured on the inside back of the collar.
On the close-up shot of the shirt (above), you can see that the shirt features thin horizontal lines across the front and back of the USMNT shirt.
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