Brazil's 2014 World Cup jerseys (Photo)

May 30, 2012; Landover, MD, USA; Brazil forward Neymar (11) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal on a penalty kick against the USA in the first half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 World Cups are being hosted by Brazil and their sponsor Nike is outfitting them with some new kits for the tournament. Adidas revealed the jerseys of the clubs they sponsor earlier in the month.

The jerseys they were wearing (pictured above) had a bigger green band around the sleeve. The new jerseys are more yellow, and have just a hint of green around the collar and the sleeves. The shirts also contain y-necks, another feature new to these kits. The previous jerseys had Brazil under the crest as well, though it looks like that has been removed. The crest is also larger and has a “metallic weave.”

A fun fact is that all Brazilian jerseys worn by the team are made in Brazil.

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