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New USWNT merchandise released ahead of Women’s World Cup

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A couple of new shirts are available to get you ready for June.

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The United States Women’s National Team Players Association has been doing their best to promote the team through merchandise as the Women’s World Cup approaches next month. From scarves to hats to shirts, there are plenty of items out there for USWNT fans, particularly those who haven’t been able to secure WNT merchandise in the past. As the calendar gets ready to flip to June and the Women’s World Cup draws near, there are a couple new shirts that celebrate personal achievement as well as the entire USWNT.

We have partnered with Breaking T to introduce a couple shirts that will allow you to represent the USWNT either in France or on the streets in your city as a nation unites to cheer them onto a 4th Women’s World Cup title. The first is a shirt commemorating Alex Morgan’s 100th international goal, which she scored in a win against Australia last month. You can now celebrate her keeping it 100 by grabbing an Alex Morgan 100 shirt from Breaking T.

The other item is one celebrating the team as they embark on their quest to defend their World Cup title. They affectionately refer to themselves as “The Gals,” and they have come up with a shirt that lets everyone know The Gals have tons of support here and abroad.

Breaking T has an entire soccer collection that’s growing by the day, and the best part about these shirts is that they ship in 2-3 days, so those of you who will be heading to France can have these shirts in plenty of time to pack in your bags. And the best part: it directly supports the WNT players! It’s terrific that the USWNTPA has partnered with several outlets to ensure that not only fans have access to merchandise to show their support, but also secure some financial support for the players as they continue their fight for pay equity and equality in soccer.

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