Good France 2016 Home Football Shirt

European Football Championship 2016 was held in France. French Football Federation (FFF), together with Nike, jointly released the home and away shirts for the team to participate in the sporting event.

Nike AeroSwift technology is used to produce the match jerseys so as to help players concentrate completely on games and perform best on football pitches.

The new France football shirt is predominately blue like traditional home shirts of France national team. The shoulders and sleeved are dark blue in contrast to the main part, which shows the exquisite and unique design. France team badge is printed proudly on the chest. The Gallic rooster included in the badge is a symbol of France which symbolizes vigilance and courageousness. Meanwhile, it encourages players to fight for the country. For easy brand recognition, Nike Swoosh must be shown on each product it has manufactured. Geometric graphic structure on the chest enhances the comfort of the shirt that is made by special craftsmanship. Besides, the small grid area also brings an extra cool feeling.

There are several elements showing respect for the nation.

“France” is knitted on the back of collar. “Fierte(Pride)”and “Bleu(Blue)” are separately printed on the different inside of the sleeves. The hexagon pattern, inside the jersey, shows that France is a diversified country. All design details embody the honor for the country.

Both sides of the jersey have black stripes, which extend down the jersey and connect with the stripes on both sides of the pants in order to provide good air permeability for players in motion.

Players of the national team, including Blaise Matuidi, Raphaël Varane and Anthony Martial, would wear the match shirt to try their best to win more titles.

Blaise Matuidi (born on 9 April 1987) is a French professional footballer who plays for Serie A club Juventus and France national team. Matuidi is described as a “fierce and strong tackler” thanks to his strong defensive ability. He is famous for his energy and tactical intelligence. As a versatile footballer, Matuidi is capable of playing in several midfield positions, not only as a midfielder. His movement on football pitch and ability to make effective attacking runs allows him to contribute to his team’s offensive play. He often creates space for his teammates.

Raphaël Varane is a centre-back for Spanish club Real Madrid and France national team. As soon as Varane transferred to Real Madrid, he was highly appreciated by the former chief coach José Mourinho, which was almost impossible for an unknown young footballer. However, Varane appeared nine times for Real Madrid and scored one goal for the club in 2011-12 season. Next year, he played matches in the league, Copa del Rey and UEFA Champions League.

Real Madrid officially announced that they wanted Varane to play for the club all the time.

Varane has the potential to be better than Real Madrid legend Fernando Hierro. He will be stronger and faster.

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Great France Home Shirt 2014

France, officially the French Republic, is a developed country whose territory is made up of metropolitan France in western Europe. There are nine national parks and 46 natural parks in France.

The country has long been a global centre of art, science, and philosophy. It hosts Europe’s third-largest number of cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites and receives around 83 million foreign tourists annually, the most of any country in the world.

In addition to art, science, and philosophy, France is also a country that started football earlier in Europe and participated in the World Cup and the European Football Championship. At the same time, it started to rise in the 1950s.

The French Football Federation (FFF) was founded in 1919 and is based in the capital, Paris. The FFF joined FIFA in 1907 and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the game of football in France, both professional and amateur. France national team is one of the excellent football teams all over the world and well known for its both offensive and defensive football style. It is governed by the French Football Federation and represents France in international football. The team won 1998 World Cup, European Football Championship in 1984 and 2000, FIFA Confederations Cup in 2001 and 2003.

France has hosted events such as the 1938 and 1998 FIFA World Cups, and the 2007 Rugby World Cup. The country also hosted UEFA Euro 2016. The football jerseys or kits are particularly popular among big football fans. There are lots of loyal football fans in France. They often buy France football shirts to show their support and respect for the team.

This is the home shirt designed and manufactured by Nike. Players wore it in 2014 World Cup. The well-designed shirt combines innovative technologies and meaningful details showing completely the features of France and national pride.

The fabric of the home shirt was inspired by the city of Nimes, France, which is know for denim. Designers did their best to show the special fabric on the collar.

The home shirt features a white collar and blue body part. The exquisite team badge is printed proudly on the chest and France national flag is knitted inside of the collar.

Traditional white shorts and red socks complete the home kit.

Not only the shirt but also shorts have breathable mesh. Nike Dri-FIT technology can absorb sweat from the body to the shirt and the shorts, then sweat can quickly evaporate so as to keep players dry and comfortable.

The design of the shirt also reflects Nike’s idea of environmental protection. They manufacture each shirt by 16 recycled bottles. Nike has diverted more than three billion plastic bottles from landfills into recycled polyester, enough to cover about 5,200 football pitches.

In order to design the most comfortable match kit for each player, designers of Nike asked several famous players from France national team. Martin Lotti, chief creative officer of Nike, recalled:“When we asked some footballers what kind of protection they needed during the race, they showed us the scars and bruises. Therefore, we design football kit that can protect them well, meanwhile, we make sure of both lightness and breathability.”