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Barcelona is hoping to get back to winning ways this upcoming season, even without the guidance of Pep Guardiola. Last season, Barcelona was unable to win the Champions League or La Liga, which they had become accustomed to winning recently. For the upcoming season, Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, and the rest of Barcelona will be wearing the new Nike Barcelona training top as they prepare to get back to the top of Spanish and European soccer.

The Barcelona training top features both light and dark blue. The bottom half of the training top is a light blue and it transitions to dark blue near the chest and above. The left sleeve features light blue and yellow stripes and the right arm features a yellow stripe that runs down the arm to tie in all the colors of this training top. The Barcelona crest is stitched on the left chest to give this training top added authenticity with the Nike swoosh featured in yellow on the right chest. The Qatar Foundation remains the team’s sponsor and is pressed on the front of the training top in yellow.

In addition to looking great, this training top also feels great. It is made out of 100 percent polyester to make it both light and comfortable. It also features Nike’s Dri-Fit technology. This helps keep you dry and comfortable as you train or just wear it while you are cheering your favorite team on.

The Barcelona training top looks great, feels great, and wont break the bank. Club jerseys can get pretty pricey, however, this training top is almost half the price and you can still show support for you team. You can wear this whether you are training for your own team or just cheering Barcelona on as they look to win the Champions League and La Liga again. This top is currently available at SoccerPro.com, so head over and check it out today.

Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com


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