New USA home shirt 08/09 by nike

This is the new U.S. home shirt for the 2008 season made by nike. USsoccerstore officially launched the new home shirt on their website. 

The new home U.S. shirt will be used against Mexico for the first time on Feb. 6 in Houston. Here you find a picture of the New USA 08/09 Nike away football kit

 

 

 

 

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  1. fsc
  1. fsc

i like much

 
  1. ali

nice and clean well done nike :Pinch:

 
  1. fsc

Reminds me a little of the Man United away kit of a few years ago, which was modelled on Barcelona\'s buff coloured away kit with vertical pinstripes. Improves on that though. This is a lovely clean shirt.

 
  1. fsc

AWESOME KIT FOR USA! Minimal pinstripes looks great, sort of like Aston Villa\'s white with subtle light blue pinstripes. The barely noticable off white hoops add a nice touch. I WANT THIS!

 
  1. fsc

good one...its a leson for puma...simple but nice...

 
  1. fsc

This shirt is pretty kick-ass,thats why Nike beats Puma any day of the week.Nike keep their kits simple but they always add something individual.This overused Puma template makes me want to stick my finger in my throat :-x lol,they really impressed me with the Spurs kits of the last two years though,but now they are going crazy making the same stuff over and over again.Anyway,this is one of the best kits I\'ve seen here in the recent weeks,with a number on the front and on the back it will be even better B) .Well done Nike!

 
  1. fsc

its not UGLY but the previous jersey was 10 times better

 
  1. fsc

Well nice :-) :-) :-)

 
  1. fsc

Looks like Tommy Hillfiger designed this :P at least it\'s not as \"cookie cutter\" as some of the other new nike shirts...

 
  1. fsc

who cares about usa kit. no one even likes football there.

 
  1. fsc

i like it very much, nice and looks pretty clean. good job nike

 
  1. fsc

[quote=thiago]its not UGLY but the previous jersey was 10 times better[/quote][quote=!]who cares about usa kit. no one even likes football there.[/quote] Youre damn right man

 
  1. Azmeel Mazlee Bin Anuar

Doesn\'t look like typical jersey design. Still prefer the previous design

 
  1. fsc

the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team

 
  1. fsc

an opinion from an American who does play football. this is the sweetest kit the US is ever had. and shit loads of people play football over here, and I\'m not talking about American football. and I\'d like to see Millwall try.

 
  1. fsc

This is totally awesome man...GO USA... it is so sweet. Those chicks will just dig me , when I\'m playing soccer in this uniform.Can\'t wait to intercept a pass and kick a diagonal turbo shot toward a home run , touchdown point. <br /><br />Who are the USA kidding.A Crap shirt for a crap football team.A shirt fitting the country...un-inspiring and dull

 
  1. fsc

[quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between \"their\" and \"there.\" <br /><br />\"Americans don\'t even like soccer\" isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t qualify for its own regional tournament is a bit...

[quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between \"their\" and \"there.\" <br /><br />\"Americans don\'t even like soccer\" isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t qualify for its own regional tournament is a bit short-sighted and hypocritical, don\'t you think?<br /><br />But yeah, it\'s an ugly shirt.

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  1. fsc

[quote=Jamie Z.][quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between &#34;their&#34; and &#34;there.&#34; <br /><br />&#34;Americans don\'t even like soccer&#34; isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t qualify for its own regional...

[quote=Jamie Z.][quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between &#34;their&#34; and &#34;there.&#34; <br /><br />&#34;Americans don\'t even like soccer&#34; isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t qualify for its own regional tournament is a bit short-sighted and hypocritical, don\'t you think?<br /><br />But yeah, it\'s an ugly shirt.[/quote]<br /><br /><br />Go USA Superstars.<br /><br />Your Hyperbole theory is as much of an argument as Weapons of Mass destruction.<br /><br />You guys talk the talk...but cannot walk the walk<br /><br />You have a league full of Premiership<br />veterans and OAP\'s from all across Europe.<br />Surely this cannot be good for your non-descript league<br /><br />Emrace the beautiful game..don\'t be jealous

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  1. fsc

[quote=Tony the Millwall Lion][quote=Jamie Z.][quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between &#34;their&#34; and &#34;there.&#34; <br /><br />&#34;Americans don\'t even like soccer&#34; isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t...

[quote=Tony the Millwall Lion][quote=Jamie Z.][quote=brentfordfc]the kit is soo bloody ugly <br /><br />besides no one even plays football in the states anyway.<br /><br />Even Millwall is better than there national team[/quote]<br /><br />I\'m fully aware that hyperbole can be an effective illustrative device when trying to make a point, but I\'m in the mood to call you on your bluff: Zak Whitbread is an American on the books at Millwall. He gets some playing time for his club, but never so much as a sniff from the national team. That\'s because he\'s not very good.<br /><br />To compare a national team that is slowly (but steadily) coming into its own to a League One side in a relegation fight is as stupid as not knowing the difference between &#34;their&#34; and &#34;there.&#34; <br /><br />&#34;Americans don\'t even like soccer&#34; isn\'t going to be of much consolation when we start beating you at your own game over the coming years. Such unqualified arrogance from a nation that can\'t qualify for its own regional tournament is a bit short-sighted and hypocritical, don\'t you think?<br /><br />But yeah, it\'s an ugly shirt.[/quote]<br /><br /><br />Go USA Superstars.<br /><br />Your Hyperbole theory is as much of an argument as Weapons of Mass destruction.<br /><br />You guys talk the talk...but cannot walk the walk<br /><br />You have a league full of Premiership<br />veterans and OAP\'s from all across Europe.<br />Surely this cannot be good for your non-descript league<br /><br />Emrace the beautiful game..don\'t be jealous[/quote]<br /><br />There\'s no theory: saying the US National Team could not beat a struggling League One side is a ridiculous exaggeration.<br /><br />As for your Superstar quip, I shouldn\'t need to point out that having a team full of name players didn\'t do England much good in your Euro qualifiers. Curious.<br /><br />I believe the US are taking the right steps towards becoming a legitimate footballing nation, \"embracing the game,\" if you will. While soccer (taken from \"Association Football\" -- your word) will likely never be the premier sport among the American populace, it is quickly becoming more respected in our own country. Furthermore, our domestic league is growing in leaps and bounds. It may not be a top league, but given its young age, that should not be expected. To compare MLS to the EPL is apples and oranges.<br /><br />As far as I can tell, it\'s the British who are failing to \"embrace\" a newfound American interest in \"their\" sport. That\'s fine by me. Your elitism and arrogance will continue to be your own undoing.

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  1. fsc

Goodness me , Old Chap<br />Apples and Oranges is it ?<br />One cannot comprehend the extent of the defiance from our cousins across the pond , in relation to the promotion of a relatively new garment.It\'s not exactly Saville Row old chap.<br />There appears to be the petulance of a young child questioning its father.Surely we would not be as so arrogant to advise the USA of the legalities of Baseball , nor the theories behind set plays within the real US FOOTBALL.Its just not cricket old boy<br />Jealously maifests itself in many forms , none of which are appealing or proactive<br />This tit-for-tat must halt immediately.<br />Shake hands like gentlemen and begone with you.If there is no satisfactory outcome , then pistols at dawn it must be old chap.Settle this like gentlemen.<br />One cannot await the day when beautiful old England , in all her majesty and regalness , shall step onto the beloved green turf.To await battle with the Republic.<br />Until then , dear sir , I bid...

Goodness me , Old Chap<br />Apples and Oranges is it ?<br />One cannot comprehend the extent of the defiance from our cousins across the pond , in relation to the promotion of a relatively new garment.It\'s not exactly Saville Row old chap.<br />There appears to be the petulance of a young child questioning its father.Surely we would not be as so arrogant to advise the USA of the legalities of Baseball , nor the theories behind set plays within the real US FOOTBALL.Its just not cricket old boy<br />Jealously maifests itself in many forms , none of which are appealing or proactive<br />This tit-for-tat must halt immediately.<br />Shake hands like gentlemen and begone with you.If there is no satisfactory outcome , then pistols at dawn it must be old chap.Settle this like gentlemen.<br />One cannot await the day when beautiful old England , in all her majesty and regalness , shall step onto the beloved green turf.To await battle with the Republic.<br />Until then , dear sir , I bid you a fond adieu

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  1. fsc

To say our country will never play football with the best is ridiculous. To those who think we\'ve never played, I\'d refer you to the fact that the US was the first country to win a world cup match, and that in 1950, the United States, who was not even given booking odds to win the world cup, beat England who was the prohibitive favorite in group play. We have spent a good portion of the past 10 years ranked by Fifa as a top 10-20 team. We also drew the current World Cup champions in group play. That is all in addition to qualifying for the past Five world cups. If the rest of the world wants to discount us as a footballing nation, that\'s fine by my account because the looks on the faces of fans of the losing side who thought they had an easy win are priceless.

 
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[quote=Danimal]To say our country will never play football with the best is ridiculous. To those who think we\'ve never played, I\'d refer you to the fact that the US was the first country to win a world cup match, and that in 1950, the United States, who was not even given booking odds to win the world cup, beat England who was the prohibitive favorite in group play. We have spent a good portion of the past 10 years ranked by Fifa as a top 10-20 team. We also drew the current World Cup champions in group play. That is all in addition to qualifying for the past Five world cups. If the rest of the world wants to discount us as a footballing nation, that\'s fine by my account because the looks on the faces of fans of the losing side who thought they had an easy win are priceless.[/quote]<br /><br />Unfortunately, that argument isn\'t going to do our case much good. What we accomplished almost 60 years ago with a team of immigrants is no more relevant to our current situation...

[quote=Danimal]To say our country will never play football with the best is ridiculous. To those who think we\'ve never played, I\'d refer you to the fact that the US was the first country to win a world cup match, and that in 1950, the United States, who was not even given booking odds to win the world cup, beat England who was the prohibitive favorite in group play. We have spent a good portion of the past 10 years ranked by Fifa as a top 10-20 team. We also drew the current World Cup champions in group play. That is all in addition to qualifying for the past Five world cups. If the rest of the world wants to discount us as a footballing nation, that\'s fine by my account because the looks on the faces of fans of the losing side who thought they had an easy win are priceless.[/quote]<br /><br />Unfortunately, that argument isn\'t going to do our case much good. What we accomplished almost 60 years ago with a team of immigrants is no more relevant to our current situation than England\'s past exploits are to theirs. <br /><br />What\'s more, everybody knows the FIFA rankings are a joke. Truth be told, we don\'t yet deserve to be ranked with the top teams in world football -- we aren\'t there yet. In order to be one of the Top 10 teams, a national team should be consistently able to challenge the other teams in that group and consistently able to beat any team outside that group. Right now, I think we\'re a Top 25 team with room for rapid improvement.<br /><br />Neither should qualifying for the World Cup be considered an exploit when, outside of Mexico, our competition comes from the likes of Honduras and Guatemala. Of course, we\'re going to qualify for the World Cup.<br /><br />However, what people seem to be missing, or at least unwilling to recognize, is that football in our country is enjoying an unprecedented period of sustainable growth. Interest in the sport is at an all-time high, and US Soccer and MLS, as institutions, are taking the right steps to ensure our growth into a legitimate footballing nation. There is a talented pool of youngsters coming to the fore, and the outlook for the future is bright.<br /><br />Nobody seems to be so eager to detract from that as the Brits, but I chalk that up to general anti-American sentiment, typical British arrogance, a cultural disposition towards extreme, polarized opinion, and perhaps a bit of insecurity. Therefore, I wouldn\'t be too worried about it. Positive trends and results will speak for themselves.<br /><br />I think the progress of our U-23s in the Olympics in conjunction with summer friendlies against England, Spain, and potentially Argentina will be a better barometer of how our current national squad stack up against top teams and England.

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Good Day my friends ,<br /><br />This really is a rather , some what , troubling little matter , is it not.<br />Are we not here , as a collective , to discuss the aesthetics of this garment ?<br /><br />There appears to be a general state of sabre rattling and sniping...not a very gentlemanly act...from the Republican quarters from across the Atlantic.<br /><br />Gentlemen we are and gentlemen we must continue to be.It is in our blood and breeding.The accusations of \' arrogance \' and \' polarized opions \' are not presented or argued in a professional manner.It appears to be generally expressed as anti-colonial with a broad painting of discimination against the masses.<br /><br />One , concludes , that the Allies are starting to fray around the edges.<br /><br />In reference to the garment. Perusal of other garments noted on this site , especially that of Her Majesties team , are all of a superior design concept. With the use of fabric and contour enhancing the garments...

Good Day my friends ,<br /><br />This really is a rather , some what , troubling little matter , is it not.<br />Are we not here , as a collective , to discuss the aesthetics of this garment ?<br /><br />There appears to be a general state of sabre rattling and sniping...not a very gentlemanly act...from the Republican quarters from across the Atlantic.<br /><br />Gentlemen we are and gentlemen we must continue to be.It is in our blood and breeding.The accusations of \' arrogance \' and \' polarized opions \' are not presented or argued in a professional manner.It appears to be generally expressed as anti-colonial with a broad painting of discimination against the masses.<br /><br />One , concludes , that the Allies are starting to fray around the edges.<br /><br />In reference to the garment. Perusal of other garments noted on this site , especially that of Her Majesties team , are all of a superior design concept. With the use of fabric and contour enhancing the garments ten-fold.<br /><br />Until next time...I bid you all a fond adieu

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  1. fsc

i love it, im a england fan and also arsenal, i wish in the future that england kit will be look like usa kit cause usa kit are much better than brazil, do people agree me?

 
  1. fsc

belittling the american national team for not having a good domestic league is somewhat confusing to me. this being as highly respected footballing nations such as czech rep, ivory coast, rep of ireland and euro champions greece have mediocre leagues in comparison

 
  1. fsc

You tell\'em boy

 
  1. fsc

Cool! It\'s better than other nike shirts......(^_^)

 
  1. fsc

what a kit, but don\'t Nike seem to only do good kits for USA? Who Cairs? U-S-A U-S-A! :-) 8) :P :roll: :sigh: :zzz :-? :cry: :-x :sad:

 
  1. fsc

The USA has produced some pretty good players to be fair and i hope it continues to.The thing is that england will always produce better footballers and players from the USA will always aspire to play in the premier leauge.I don\'t mean it in a harsh way but our u21 side would quite easily beat your national 11, no worries!!!

 
  1. fsc

just got it today lovely shirt

 
  1. fsc

The US kit is ugly! It looks like a prison outfit.

 
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