Jersey from the Black FFF Third 2017 Collection

The French football team, created in 1904, is the national team representing France in international men’s football competitions, under the aegis of the French Football Federation (FFF). It consists of a selection of the best French players.

France is the first selection to win all international competitions: World Cup (1998), Confederations Cup (2001, 2003), Olympic Games (1984) and its continental championship (1984, 2000). Performance matched by Argentina in 2004 and Brazil after the Rio 2016 Games.

The Gallic rooster is the symbol of the team and its colors are those of the national flag, namely blue, white and red. The jersey of the France team has been sporting a star above the rooster since winning the 1998 World Cup (as is the case for all other national football teams). The players of the France team are traditionally called the Blues.

Nike has unveiled a third jersey France 2017. The French football team will be entitled France cheap football shirts 2017 in the spring as many national teams at Nike. The France 2017 football shirt will have a modern and elegant look for Les Bleus. However, this jersey third of France should not be worn in official match! It may be worn in a friendly against Luxembourg or Spain soon.

This Stadium Top is part of the Black FFF Collection, created exclusively for supporters of the French Football Team. A perfect combination of elegance and comfort inspired by the street and “football culture”.

This black collection was specially developed this year to offer fans a different representation of French culture, heritage and elegance.

In total contrast with the white jersey of the Euro 2016, the jersey of France third 2017 is almost black. Like the jerseys of Brazil, England and the USA, the jersey of the France Third 2017 features a metallic Swoosh and a badge of the turquoise federation.

The characteristic elements of the basic model of the Vapor jersey, especially on the front of the jersey and the sleeves, are on the third jersey of France 2017.

The jersey is made from the famous Nike Dri-FIT material. Dri-FIT material is breathable, dries quickly and is very light. Dri-FIT protects your body from perspiration and moisture to keep it dry and comfortable. Moisture is discharged evenly over the fabric to improve the body’s natural cooling system. The jersey has mesh bands on the sides, these are elastic and expand when the player is moving, improving ventilation.

Here jersey that France will wear and it is rather basic! Nike really did not break the head to produce such a simple jersey! For my part, the idea of ​​the third black jersey is not bad but produce a jersey so basic it’s really a shame! Does this idea of ​​a black jersey for France please you? Write a comment.

France Football Team at the 2014 World Cup

France qualified for the 2014 World Cup after defeating Ukraine. The French team has swept everything in its path to qualify for the World Cup in Brazil: Ukraine (3-0) and doubts. The Blues, who evolved in numerical superiority all the second period, erased the defeat of Kiev (2-0) thanks to Sakho and Benzema. Unforgettable evening.

It needed a perfect match. They did it. Thanks to a reversal of situation as improbable as spectacular against Ukraine, the Blues have won with a huge heart their ticket to the Brazilian World Cup and will participate in their fifth consecutive World Cup. Near the precipice after the first leg (2-0), Deschamps’s men recovered to the place (3-0) in a stadium in France euphoric. As a symbol, it is Sakho, author of a doubled, and Benzema, substitutes to go, who showed the way to transfigured Blues. The severe expulsion of Hacherydy in the 47th minute certainly made their task easier, but they went to seek this qualification with the state of mind that they lacked in Kiev.

Here are the pictures of the France 2014 home jersey for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil after his 3-0 win against Ukraine, the outfit is quite simplistic.

Franck Ribery, Blaise Matuiti, John Cabares and Raphael Varanat announced the home team jersey 2014 home with a buzz in the French stadium, they wore this football jersey at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. This France jersey combines the best performance innovations with richly detailed design details, allowing the connotation of style influenced by France and national pride to be demonstrated by an elegant design.

The fabric details of the French jersey are inspired by the history of “Nîmes”, a small town located in the south of France. Nîmes is the cradle of modern denim, so much so that the fabric is called Nîmes. Historically, the city of Nimes is famous for its textiles and special designs. It is said that the landscape of Nîmes not only affected the style of today’s raw denim, but also reflected in the popular silk scarves of the 18th Europe. The contrast between the denim fabric and the noble silk fabrics accurately reflects the desire of Nike’s designers to create a unique aesthetic for the France team jersey.

Inspired by the history of Nim’s fabrics, the designer combines a twill texture, classic denim jeans “45 degrees” and exquisite craftsmanship. The design team spent a lot of time improving the comfort and beauty of the team’s shirt collar. The collar and the sides are woven in denim.

The new logo of the French team was inspired by the style of the logo of the jersey in 1958, which reflects the desire of the players to “feel the glorious history of the country”. The design of the cock diverges in the background of the old badge, is again the ultimate expression of French national pride. The exquisite logo is embroidered on the heart and under the number of each player. The French flag appears inside the collar of each shirt.

Traditional white shorts can help players stay refreshed. In the middle of the back of the shorts, with ventilation holes to relieve perspiration and keep players cool.

France Team at the Euro 2016

The 2016 UEFA European Men’s Football Championship, officially named UEFA Euro 2016, is the fifteenth edition of the European Football Championship, organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and bringing together the best European men’s teams. . It takes place in France from June 10 to July 10, 2016. The opening and closing matches of the tournament are played at the Stade de France (Saint-Denis).

During Euro 2016, the France team wears a jersey made by the Nike equipment manufacturer. The home shirt has two shades of blue, with a darker tone on the sleeves than the color on the rest of the outfit. The outer jersey is more original, taking the colors of the national flag, with the torso in white and the sleeves in blue and red. In the match against Switzerland, a scandal breaks out because the Team of France does not play with the official outdoor jersey. Indeed, supporters blame seeing a shirt with shoulders in black while those they bought had a blue shoulder and the other red.

Here are the images on the France home jersey 2016, use Aeroswift technology, the new patented Nike technology that absorbs sweat quickly. The person in the picture is Raphaël Varane.

And the most visible of these elements is this difference of shade between the torso and the sleeves. Graphically realized by the appearance of fine navy blue stripes on the sleeves and the back of the collar, the contrast is made totally with the torso which turns blue again unlike the jersey that the French team wore since the World Cup 2014. The other element is the navy blue band on the flanks, the lapels of the sleeves but also the back of the collar.

A collar that also reveals details full of symbol since inside appears a hexagon in tribute to the geography of our country in which is written the words “Our differences unite us”. On the two sleeves, the American equipment manufacturer has chosen to pass messages as on all Nike jerseys and this is how we discover the mentions “Pride” and “Blue” on the left and right sleeves.

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Raphaël Varane, born April 25, 1993 in Lille, is a French international football player, playing the central defender who is currently playing in Liga Real Madrid. With the France team, he participated in the 2014 World Cup.

With his training club RC Lens, he is vice-champion of France under the age of seventeen in 2009.

Raphaël Varane wins with Real Madrid the Champions League in 2014 and 2017 but does not play the final of 2016 being injured, the championship of Spain in 2012 and 2017, the King’s Cup in 2014 and three UEFA Supercup in 2014, 2016 and 2017 as well as the Spanish Supercup the same year. He also wins the 2014, 2016 and 2017 Club World Cups. With the Madrid club, he also won the World Football Challenge trophy in 2011 and 2012 and the Santiago Bernabéu trophy in 2011 and 2012, two friendly competitions.

On an individual basis, he is nominated to join FIFA / FIFPro World XI in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.