The Brazilian national team are slated to sport a new look on the kit later this year in a historic move.
The five-time World Cup winners are associated with the colours yellow and blue, normally wearing white socks and with a hint of green to finish the job.
Their away strip is typically royal blue and is also a key part of the Selecao's identity as one the greatest footballing nations.
But it's emerged that in July, the South American outfit are to wear a green strip.
Brazilian journalist Andre Rizek was the first person to report the news, with Brazil set to take on an unknown opponent at the Arena Amazonia.
Green is of course part of the Brazilian flag and they did release shirts in that colour in 2014 and 2017.
However on both occasions the kit did not make it to the pitch for game, only training. That is set to change in the near future and ticket sales from the fixture are set to go towards the NGO SOS Amazonia campaign.
Green as a colour is said to be related to the Amazon rainforest, which many are lobbying to take better care of.
Seleção Brasileira realizará um amistoso na Arena da Amazônia e vai jogar toda de verde pela primeira vez na história.— Planeta do Futebol 🌎 (@futebol_info) February 27, 2023
A renda do jogo será revertida para o SOS Amazônia, associação que combate o desmatamento da Amazônia.
🗞 SporTV | André Rizek
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The yellow jersey, meanwhile, has become something of a political symbol in Brazil and was used by ex far-right president Jair Bolsonaro, who was endorsed by some members of the Brazil squad before he was voted out of power in October.
The CBF and Nike, Brazil's kit manufacturer for a number of years, are yet to comment on the rumoured change in strip.
Brazil did play in white prior to the 1950 World Cup final defeat to Uruguay at the Maracana, when they switched to yellow.
In 2019, they brought it back as their to mark the 100th anniversary of their Copa America win and used it as an away strip.
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