Jaime Valdés' brand offered La Roja a design for the new shirt
Since last Friday in the match against Bolivia, the Chilean National Team has played the Copa América without the Nike logo on the shirt, due to legal conflicts between the National Professional Football Association and the famous sports company, which ended early. the contract with La Roja.
This is why the ANFP will hire an external company to advise them to find another brand to manufacture the new shirt and dress them for the coming years, also considering that the current global financial situation is not one of the best.
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In this plane appeared Cac1ke, a Chilean brand by Jaime Valdés that was born in 2013 and offers urban and sportswear. The project led by the former player from Colo Colo published on his social networks a proposal for a shirt for La Roja where he wears a red clothing design, white collar and sleeves, in addition to two white lines at shoulder height.
“Hey @laroja how about we see it as a future project. #QueSePiere", was the message posted by the Cac1ke brand, where it was also explained that "this is just a template, a product does not exist nor is it for sale".read also