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Monday June 16th, 2014

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With World Cup 2014 in full swing, it's time to talk about the most important issue in soccer: fashion. In fact, the uniforms this year are so stylish, you might not notice anything about the competing teams except what they're wearing. The U.S. men's national team uniforms have changed a lot over the years allowing the players to look good, feel good, and play good.

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While the patriotic red, white and blue have not changed, the look of the U.S. national team kits  has evolved a lot over the years.  The evolution of the uniform is displayed through this infographic via Print Detective.

Remember, you're supposed to dress for the job you want, not the job you have. Looks like America wants to be champions.

UPDATE: It was brought to our attention that there were a couple of hiccups in the infographic. The score for the team's 2002 match against Portugal is incorrect, the actual result was a 3-2 U.S. victory. The away kits for 2014 were also incorrect, below is a photo of the actual jerseys.

via U.S. Soccer via U.S. Soccer

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