The Swiss National team has reached the quarter-finals three times and they have yet to clear the group stage in the European Championship. Switzerland has hosted the 1954 World Cup and co-hosted the Euro 2008 with Austria. As well, they finished at the top of their qualification group so they are looking to make a deep run in the tournament. So go and grab the Puma Switzerland Home Jersey!
The new Switzerland 2014 Home Shirt is rather simple, yet beautiful. On the front of the Switzerland jersey features a cross. The cross is the national symbol of Switzerland. The Puma logo appears on the center of the kit, while the sleeve cuffs are white. The Switzerland Soccer Jersey features the same template as the Italy home shirt. The template is called Puma evoPOWER and is designed for maximum power and agility. The Puma cat logo is applied with a direct embroidery. The Switzerland logo featuring a cross is woven into the jersey to show every detail in the crest.
Why not grab another National Team's Jersey along with this one! Order it today at SoccerPro so you can ensure you will get what you want!
SOCCERPRO.COM CARE TIPS
Turn your jersey inside out
Before putting it into the washer - this will help protect any names, numbers or patches you have on there.
Find the longest cycle with
Pre-soak and extra rinse
option on your washer and use that one!
Wash in cold water only!
(unless you want all of the colors of your jersey to spread everywhere!) Also, DO NOT use fabric softener when washing. It could cause those lovely patches and numbers to wrinkle!
When it's finished washing you can either:
Lay Flat or hang outside
However, don't put it in direct sunlight or the colors will fade!
Brag to your friends
about how fresh and clean you look and feel in your jersey!
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