Win World Cup Jersey: What Country Will You Support This Summer?

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Update: This contest has ended, but we are running a new World Cup contest with the chance to win a Nike U.S. jersey or CTR360 shoes.

Win a World Cup soccer jersey of the country of your choice. Just tell us what team/country you will be supporting in the World Cup and why you deserve the jersey.

Step 1: Become a fan of SoccerTrainingInfo on Facebook

Step 2: Post a message on our Facebook fan page telling us what team/country you will be supporting during the World Cup and why you deserve the jersey.

Will you be rooting for one of the tournaments favorites, like Brazil?

Brazil World Cup Jersey

Will you be cheering for an underdog, like the United States?

United States World Cup Jersey

Will you be screaming for a team that’s on a roll, like Spain?

Spain World Cup Jersey

Will you be supporting a team because of one player, like Argentina’s Lionel Messi?

Argentina World Cup Jersey

We want to hear from you! Let us know why you should receive the World Cup jersey on our Facebook fan page.

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We are restricting this contest to the continental United States. We will only ship shoes to an address within the U.S.

Check back regularly for a chance to win more soccer gear when we have other contests!

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