The jersey changed little over the coming decades. It wasn't until World War II that strides were made in the evolution of the soccer uniform. In the mid-1900s teams began wearing light, synthetic fabrics, creating a look that became the mother of the modern soccer jersey.
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In the mid-1900’s, jerseys became a little more conducive to athletic activity. They were made from light, synthetic fabrics, and sported shorter sleeves and v-neck designs. By the 1960’s, soccer uniforms really began to resemble the athletic apparel seen on the field today.
This new jersey commemorates the 100th anniversary of US Soccer's existence (1913). Just as the pre-1950s jerseys were, it is plain white, with the shield being the main attraction. However, I wish they had the guts to use an enlarged shield and place it centered on the chest, just as it was 100 years ago.
Soccer players wore jerseys that were tailor made from durable, natural fibers in a variety of collar designs. Laced crew necks and wide horizontal/vertical stripes were very common among soccer uniforms of the early 20th century. In the 1930s, collared rugby-style shirts replaced crew necks.
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U.S. Soccer has revealed another new jersey, on the heels of the one it released for the men's and women's national teams, which will be wearing an all-red ensemble during 2017. The new special ...
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