Germany has revealed their new World Cup shirt that the team will wear throughout their stay at the 2010 tournament in South Africa.
The 1996 European Champions have been a major force at the latter stages in the majority of recent international tournaments. The team will be attempting to win their fourth World Cup in South Africa in June 2010 after qualifying comfortably from their group with eight victories and two wins. One of these draws came in the final match after Germany had already qualified following a 1-0 away victory against nearest rivals Russia.
The new Germany 2010 World Cup shirt is predominately white with three thin black, gold and red stripes running vertically down the left side to represent the German flag colours. Manufacturers Adidas place their black logo centrally below the black and gold round neck collar. Adidas also place their three traditional black stripes down the shoulders. A large black squad number is present in the top right of the shirt whilst the national badge is situated in the top left.
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