The new Spain 2010 World Cup football shirt has been released. It is the second shirt that the Spanish national football team has unveiled this year, after their Confederations Cup shirt. The jersey has been manufactured by Adidas, who seem to have drawn inspiration from the strip worn by the national side in the 1980′s. If you especially have a look at the kit Iker Casillas is wearing, you’ll be strongly reminded of the time when Luis Arconada was keeper of the national side.
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Launch place :- The shirt was unveiled at the Kinepolis cinema complex in Pozuelo (Madrid)
Shirt debut :- Worn for the first time against Argentina- international friendly on November 14, 2009.
The new Spain WC 2010 kit celebrates the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Spanish football federation. The gold bands on the sleeves are a tribute to South Africa ( Johannesburg, the capital, is famous for its gold reserves). The red shirt is paired with blue pants.
Check out the photos of the new Spanish World Cup 2010 jersey.