Haiti will take on Brazil, Ecuador and Peru during the Copa América Centenario, and they have unveiled their home uniform alongside Colombian brand Saeta. Their new jersey features a lot of interesting details, and is designed to boost the player’s pride while they represent their country on the field.

The national colors, blue and red, are heavily fetured on the shirt, which also has some white accents to create contrast. The FHF crest is placed on the center of the chest, over a circular pattern sublimated on the fabric with the phrase “L’Union Fait La Force” (“Union Makes Strength”).

A war cry, “Grenadye Alaso” (“Granadines to battle!”) is seen on the top back, while a seal based on the national crest sits on the lower left side of the front panel. A geometric design is seen on the back while special perforations are applied on the armpits to deliver ventilation and keep players cool during action.

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