Nike 'Dream Further' 2019 Women’s World Cup Film + Special Kit Released

With the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 less than one week ago, Nike has unveiled their main FIFA Women’s World Cup film. Dubbed “Dream Further”, the new Nike 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign film honors and celebrates female footballers across the globe.



Nike "Dream Further" 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Film



Taking on the perspective of a 10-year-old footballer from California, Makena Cooke, the three-minute video explores the young athlete’s ambitions as she dreams about the future of sports. The campaign concludes with an empowering slogan: “Don’t change your dream. Change the world.”



In case you are wondering which kit the 10-year-old young footballer Cook is wearing - the girl debuts the limited-edition "Dream Further" jersey, the first ever kids-only football shirt designed specifically for girls.

Nike "Dream Further" Jersey



Designed specifically for girls, the Dream Further jersey "embodies the spirit of football in France this summer". The design of the kit is inspired by the Nike Victory Pack, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup boot collection from Nike. The mantra, “Don’t change your dream. Change the world. Just do it.” - is printed inside the jersey to encourage girls from the inside out. A camera-flash pattern reflects the feeling that the whole world is watching.


On both shoulders are custom-designed patches that depict unity and confidence, reflecting the power of the team. And it brings the message to the field—change the world through sport.



Even though it is based on the high-end player issue Nike Vaporknit kit, the Nike "Dream Further" Jersey retails at a price of just 35 USD. It is available in 'Large Girl' sizes only.

Dream Further athletes:
Sam Kerr, Forward (Australia)
Andressa Alves, Forward (Brasil)
Neymar Jr., Forward (Brasil)
Philippe Coutinho, Midfielder (Brasil)
Wang Shuang, Midfielder (China)
Fran Kirby, Forward (England)
Amandine Henry, Midfielder (France)
Grace Geyoro, Midfielder (France)
Marie-Antoinette Katoto (France)
Sara Däbritz, Midfielder (Germany)
Lieke Martens, Midfielder (Netherlands)
Daniëlle van de Donk, Midfielder (Netherlands)
Asisat Oshoala, Forward (Nigeria)
Ji So-Yun, Midfielder (South Korea)
Gerard Piqué, Defender (Spain)
Crystal Dunn, Forward (United States)



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