Red 2017-2018 Barcelona Goalkeeper Home Football Shirt

Marc-André ter Stegen, a professional goalkeeper of German national football team, plays for the Spanish club Barcelona. As a person born in Mönchengladbach, he started playing football with the football team Borussia Mönchengladbach in the city. In the first half of the 2010-11 season, he was selected as a member of their reserve team, appearing on the bench of team Borussia Mönchengladbach from time to time. Although he witnessed a relatively successful season, the team Borussia Mönchengladbach were confronting the risk to be relegated to a lower level. After a period of sub-par performances of the football team, only winning 16 points after 22 match days, the football team were relegated to the bottom of the Bundesliga while the former coach was replaced by Lucien Favre.

However, the embarrassing condition has been changed after a short term slump, despite the unpredictable form of the first-choice goalkeeper slowed down the process. Although his performances contributed to some wins against Werder Bremen, these kinds of subsequence are rare in the whole season. Sometimes, the effects of outstanding performances have been offset by uninspiring football matches. Due to the negative subsequences, most football fans attributed it to the Belgian football player, criticizing him for putting more attention to his modelling career in the preference to his football career.

For the sake of casting more glimpse on the outside world to seek a prodigy, Ter Stegen failed to cut a striking figure in front of officials and managers of the football team, inundating with many potential football players. In the end, Favre lost patience with Bailly and selected ter Stegen for the next important football match against 1. FC Köln. The German international was not disappointed for the subsequence, and he displayed a previously unseen solidity. He managed to keep his place in the football, becoming a remaining football player of the football team on the basis of four clean sheets. Because these four clean sheets, football team Mönchengladbach avoided relegation through the play-offs.

After experienced four seasons with the football team, ter Stegen moved to club Barcelona for a large sum of transfer fee on the basis of a five-year professional contract. All football fans chasing after the excellent football player could catch the scenes, in which he run on football fields in the latest 2017-2018 Barcelona goalkeeper home football shirt. Some similar products also could be found on the website

The predominately long-sleeve Barcelona home goalkeeper football shirt is adorned with round neckline, which is around by a blue stripe on back collar. The Raglan sleeves replace the traditional seems on shoulder panels, and two long sleeves are adorned with irregular subtle pattern; a blue Nike Swoosh is printed on right chest while the yellow, blue and red club crest is printed on left chest. In the middle of the purely red front, the bold sponsor’s logo is striking against the red background. In order to pay respect to the local area, the color of the Catalan flag are printed on the back collar.

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Football Club Barcelona, commonly known as Barcelona, is a notable football club giant for its professional football team, which currently competes in La Liga. The football club was founded in 1899 for efforts of a group of Swiss. Different with other football club, the club is owned and operated by supporters. It’s said that the club is the second most valuable football club giant, second to the number one club, with an annual income of €560.8 million. After long term development, the club has turned into a symbol of Catalan culture and Catalanism. More than a club.

Nike and Spanish Barcelona unveiled the latest 2017/18 Barcelona home football shirts. The brand new home shirt combining traditional stripes of Barcelona with sophisticated Nike AeroSwift technology is full of modern touch, and can help footballers on fields excluding the interception and concentrating on matches.

The professional football player Neymar Jr. says, “I’m proud of the brand new Barcelona football shirts when I pull it on for the first time. And I am optimistic about the new season. No matter viewing from vision or material, it can be claimed as a modernized football shirt absolutely.”

Nike combines the traditional red and blue color scheme with the fashionable design. The gradient red stripes changing from middle to two sides created a brand new vision. The design of two sleeves introduced the Nike AeroSwift technology, presenting substantially different textile of two parts while emphasizing the outline of shoulders. The seamless flat club crest on the left chest reduces friction between chest and the club crest.

The football shirt, inspiring by the history and culture of the football club, introduces a modernized rounded collar and red and yellow adorning stripes, with inspirations from a famous flag. The interior of two sleeves are woven with “Força” and “Barça” respectively, showing the strong sense of honor of Barcelona members.

The dark red stripes on both sides of the football shirt could provide great breathability for footballers in motion state. There are also similar dark red stripes on both sides of classic blue shorts. All new blue socks are embedded with “Barça” on the front of socks. The red lining pattern on the back of socks exaggerate the outline of calves while exaggerating the presenting of speed.

Sustainability takes the priority over other things like design and color while. Nike promises to equip the incomparable advantages with football shirts and less effects on the environment.
Each kit is made by 16 recycled plastic bottles on average. Since 2010, Nike has diverted almost 3 billion bottles from landfills, enough to cover over 5200 full-sized football pitches.