We teased it back when Nike revealed the new France Home Shirt, and now we can show you the full deal – presenting the new Brazil Shirts Home and Away 2011!

In a change from 2010, Nike have opted to spoil us with both the Home and Away shirts at the same time – and spill all the details on what makes both kits to special!

New Brazil Home Shirt 2011

First up, the legendary Canary Yellow Home shirt. Nike have designed this incarnation of the famous Brazil home shirt with a classic crew neck that they tell us is perfect to keep players cool and comfortable on the pitch.

Next is an eye-catching green bar across the front of the new home shirt, underlining the Nike logo and famous CBF logo with it’s striking design.

New Brazil Home Shirt 2011

The shirt will be teamed with the classic blue shorts and white socks, to round off the kits really athletic look – perfect for Samba superstars and their fans the world over!

New Brazil Home Shirt 2011

Next is the away, which has undergone a more drastic effort than last year’s blue-with-yellow-spots effort! Looking resplendent in a turquoise shade that really looks great with the traditional canary yellow.

New Brazil Away Shirt 2011

Speaking of the yellow, we think the bar across the chest looks even better on the away kit than the home and stops them looking too plain.

New Brazil Away Shirt 2011

According to our friends at Nike – both the New Brazil Home and Away Shirts 2011 have the following features:
Crafted from 13% lighter fabric that uses up to 8 recycled plastic bottles per jersey, the boldly durable design represents pinnacle kit design for Nike Football.

Crew-neck design provides a comfortable, non-restricting fit.
Bonded hem offers a streamlined look that reduces the irritation caused by chafing.
Team crest on the left chest is heat transferred for a bold way to show Brazilian national pride.
Patriotic screenprint graphics of Brasil on the back and the Brazilian flag on the inside of the neck for subtle design details.
“Nascido Para Jogar Futebol” – ‘Born to Play Football’ on the inside of the neck
Dri-FIT fabric to wick sweat away and help keep you dry and comfortable.
Considered Design for high performance and low environmental impact.

The New Brazil Home and Away Shirts 2011 will get their debut against France on the 9th of February at the Stade de France in a hotly-anticipated friendly match (well, the Home one will anyway!).

We can reveal that the Kits will be available at retail from mid-March along with a new range of training gear.

New Brazil Home Shirt 2011

We think the New Brazil Home and Away Shirts 2011 look pretty neat and athletic, if a little understated!

But what matters is what YOU think – that’s just the way it is on!

So, use the Shirt-o-Meter below or get loud in the comments – we want to know what you think!

NEW BRAZIL HOME / AWAY SHIRTS 2011, 7.9 out of 10 based on 40 ratings

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  1. says: Splinter09

    why on earth they’ve added that green bar at front. This is just like the 94-95 shirt with the badges. Awful! Please Nike, remove that.

  2. says: Fifinho

    hey look they got some sock tape stuck on the front…. oh wait that’s part of the shirt my bad :S

    but seriously, it’s been less than a year since they released the last shirt. This is just getting ridiculous…

  3. says: Tito993

    The green bar looks like the download bar on Windows hehehe.

    On the away kit it does seem to fit in though, on the home kit it seems like Nike lacked a bit of creativity. Best two Brasil kits were US 1994, with the watermark crest along the front and WC2006 qualifying.

    Not too impressed with the home kit, too similar to las years, although there’s not much that can be done considering they have to remain faithful to the classic style.

    If Nike was going to release a new shirt they might as well make it worth buying, not just sticking a download bar on the front and expect the world over to go nuts.

    I think that post wc kits should have to be justified by merit, example Spain proudly honoring their title. England released new ones too, why? Cash mooooney. And then the limited edition shirt shortly thereafter, why? Cash moooooney. And now Brasil, why? Need I say more?

    France is the only one I’ll agree with cuz of the sponsor change, but other than that all these kit releases have one thing in common, Nike ownership. Long gone are the days of honor and love in football. It’s all about monetary figures now and unfortunately it’s us fans that suffer.


  4. says: iPodkiller

    I Like the colour choice of the Away kit but that yellow stripe makes it awful. Make a fade out arm sleeves from yellow to blue.

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