Lotto, the brand of the shirt for the national soccer team of Costa Rica has changed the uniform fabric that will they will play with in the World Cup.
This was announced by Rodolfo Villalobos, treasurer of the Costa Rican Football Federation, who also said the players tested the new fabric this Sunday.
“Lotto contacted us immediately a week ago and managed to make uniforms with another type of fabric so that it does not stick to the body. They agreed to do a test on their training day, 10 players with one type of fabric and 10 with the other, and the vast majority opted for the new red shirt,” Villalobos said.
The team is ready to go for Brazil on Monday.