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Spain’s ‘golden era’ symbolized in 2014 World Cup kit

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Continuing Adidas' kit dump this week is one you'll be seeing a lot in Brazil next summer. And it was designed to remind you that they are quite good at football.

The all red strip is fairly simple, but the touches of gold were intended to symbolize "the current golden era of Spanish football." Just in case the big gold FIFA World Champions 2010 badge (which, together with the Spanish badge, makes it look like the players all have giant, deformed nipples) doesn't get that point across.

Also, it's worth noting that in the picture above, Iker Casillas is featured front and center just to annoy Jose Mourinho. But that should be obvious.

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