Where to buy Brazil 2016 Olympics Soccer Jerseys,Today, the Brazilian football federation has unveiled the ‘new’ home and away kits the national team will wear during the Olympics next month. Brazil will kick off its quest to win a first Olympic gold medal in football on home soil on August 4 against South Africa.The sides of the kit feature a green stripe that runs the length of the shirt and down traditional blue shorts. Expanding when the player is in motion, the stripe maximizes ventilation and reveals bold flashes of underlying yellow. White socks highlight the most dynamic part of the footballer’s body, the lower legs, to accentuate speed.
Generally identical to the regular 2016 Copa America home and away kits, the new Brazil 2016 Olympics home and away jerseys feature the logo of the Brazilian Olympic team for the first time – in the past Brazil used to wear shirts without any logo before simply utilizing the Brazilian flag and the iconic Olympic rings in 2012.
The Comitê Olímpico Brasileiro (Brazilian Olympic Committee) have presented the uniforms to be worn by Time Brasil (Team Brazil) at the Rio Olympic Games 2016.One item that was part of the collection is the home kit that will be worn by the Brazilian men’s and women’s soccer teams in their quests for their first ever Olympic gold medals in the sport.
The Brazil 2016 Olympic home football kit uses the same design as their recently released 16/17 primary shirt. This is because both the Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) and COB have technical partnerships with Nike. The one change to the jersey is the use of the Time Brasil emblem in place of the CBF badge.
The team’s new away kit showcases the same innovations and design details as the home kit but in the team’s vivid traditional blue, with a contrasting light blue upper back panel and sleeves produced by cross-dyeing white with the aforementioned blue. The away kit also features classic white shorts as well as a blue option. The new away socks are blue with an ombre effect that references the blurring speed of Brazilian players.
The Brazil 2016 Olympics home kit is yellow with subtle green detailing on the sides and around the back of the collar. Predominantly blue, the 2016 Olympics Brazil away shirt features raglan sleeves that are slightly offset in color, a white Swoosh and garish yellow trim on the sides and around the collar.
The new home kit features a “Canarinho” yellow body. On the chest, engineered knit zones create a geometric pattern that enhances fit, with smaller mesh shapes at the bottom of the graphic.
Odes to national pride appear on both the interior and exterior of the shirt. The high-density federation crest is heat pressed to the chest and surrounded by five stars. “Brasil” appears underneath the crest and is also knit into the back collar. “Amor” (Love) and “Orgulho” (Pride) adorn the inside cuffs while the inside of the body reveals the iconic diamond of the Brasilian flag encircled by the rallying cry “Nascido Para Jogar Futebol” (Born to Play Football).
For the first time since 2013, five-time World Cup champions Brazil will don new uniforms courtesy of the launch of their 2016 Copa América Centenario home and away kits from Nike on Thursday.The release of the new home shirt will see the retirement of the now infamous “Camisa 7 – 1” jersey worn by the team during their embarrassing defeat to Germany in the semi-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.The new Brazil home and away kits will continue to be worn by the like of Neymar, Willian and Philippe Coutinho during their 2016/17 match calendar. Both will be available.According to Nike: The most decorated nation in global football, Brasil, will step onto the pitch in 2016 in new home and away Nike Vapor kits with AeroSwift technology. The vibrant “Canarihno” yellow and vivid blue themes of the respective kits blend symbols of the country’s storied football history with cutting-edge Nike AeroSwift technology that enables on-pitch focus by reducing distractions.
A specially designed NikeLab Dynamic Reveal Team Brasil Jacket was included as part of the unveiling. It will been worn by all of Brazil’s athletes at Rio 2016 including a men’s football team that may include FC Barcelona striker Neymar.
“Brasil’s 2016 National Team kits represent a completely new system of dress built for speed,” confirms Martin Lotti, Creative Director of Nike. “Throughout Nike’s two years of development around the new Nike Vapor Kit with AeroSwift technology, we worked with athletes to ensure this meets even their most demanding needs, and now we get to see the kits in action on the world’s best teams.”