With Copa América Centenario just a couple of weeks away, almost all jerseys from the participant teams have been revealed. In this special overview you can see all of the shirts we’ll see when the mightiest CONMEBOL and CONCACAF teams clash in search of glory.
The United States Soccer Federation revealed their rebranded logo a few months ago, an then launched their new home and away jerseys, which feature all the patriotism and national pride of American people. Both of them are made with Nike Vapor Aeroswift technology.
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Colombia want to prove themselves during this tournament, and they will be wearing a special edition white home jersey, inspired by their first international outing back in 1945. Away shirt will remain the same launched launched in 2015 for the Chile Copa América.
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Costa Rica have been invited to a Copa América since 1997, and this year will mark their fifth appearance on this tournament. To celebrate 100 years of the competition, Los Ticos are using special edition home and away jerseys, traditional red an white with a retro crest.
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Los Guaraníes are among the few teams who have not launched new looks for this unique event. Their home and away jerseys, revealed back in 2015, show their iconic red/white stripped home kit and a bold grey as alternative.
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One of the title contenders, Brazil showcase their Canarinha legacy with their trademark yellow and blue jerseys. Nike Vapor Aeroswift technology powers up a modern look, which will intimidate their rivals as they aim for another title for their shelves.
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Ecuador are living the dream as they share the top of the South American World Cup Qualifiers after a 4-1-1 start. They just revealed new home and away jerseys for this Copa América, the first inspired by their looks from the 70’s and the later adorned with golden detailing to represent past glory.
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Haiti secured their berth by beating Trinidad & Tobago, and will sport two new looks by Colombian brand Saeta. Their home jersey was unveiled a few weeks ago, and features a few national symbols to help inspire players as they try to write history. Away kit will be red, but has yet to be officially unveiled.
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Peru have shown solid performances in their last two Copa Americas, ending third placed in both of them. A new home shirt was revealed short ago, featuring a new take on their iconic red sash to honor their 1939 title. They’ll keep their 2015 red away jersey.
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El Tri will seek to challenge South American giants to get their first Copa América title. Accordingly, green has returned to their new home jersey, which features a classy look from adidas. Their 2015 away kit will remain as first alternative.
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With the return of Luis Suárez to their ranks, Los Charrúas are as confident as it gets for this tournament. Puma revamped their home and away looks, with the Sun of May featured on the first and the national flag inspiring the second one.
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Jamaica will be long be remembered thanks to their 2015 Gold Cup feat, where they upset the U.S. in the semifinals and lost to Mexico in the title decider. Their eye-catching jerseys launched back then will star once again, while the Reggae Boyz look forward to another historic opportunity.
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La Vinotinto may be going through a rough patch, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be an easy foe. They’ll keep their 2015 home and away jerseys, a traditional burgundy kit and a shock green look.
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Argentina, led by Lionel Messi, will try to end their 23-year long title drought this Summer. They’ll rock their trademark Albiceleste look as home kit, which also marks the return of black accents following a few years with only sky blue and white. Change jersey will be the navy one released for 2015 Copa América.
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Current South American champions want to defend their status on American soil, with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal in the front lines. Nike revealed their new home and away shirts earlier this year, which use red to celebrate their passion and white for the Andes mountain range.
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The Canaleros want to be a shocker and upset the big teams to write their names in the history books. They unveiled special edition red home and white away jerseys for Copa América, with a wide stripe representing the Panama Canal.
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Last but not least, we have Bolivia. Their newest kits were released at the end of 2015, and are designed to highlight national pride and stand out on the field. Their World Cup Qualifiers record stands 1-0-5 so far, and they hope to make a good Copa America to turn tides on their favor.
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Which are your favorite jerseys? Leave your thoughts below and don’t forget to visit World Soccer Shop’s Copa América Centenario hub to gear up ahead of the tournament!