Monday, March 1, marked the unveiling of Italy's new PUMA kits from the Powercat 1.10 collection.
Two days later, PUMA brought the kits to the Trattoria Cinque in the Tribeca area of New York where fans celebrated the reigning World Cup champions with good food, good camaraderie, and good football.
As guests enter the Italian restaurant, they are greeted by a display of Italy's PUMA ball.
The place is decorated by several flags of Italy and PUMA's Italia products hanging from the ceiling.
Guests are treated to an array of Italian food.
And served by Trattoria Cinque's friendly staff.
Fans can pose to have their pictures taken.
And get the prints right away with a laptop and printer already set up.
Colorful Italian items are on hand to make the photo ops more fun.
Fans take their photo op.
A separate room (which eventually got really crowded) contains freebies for guests.
Fans can choose a shirt (blue or white) and have it silk screened.
The staff prepares it to include in the PUMA gift bag.
A foosball table is set up for those who want to have a little friendly competition.
An open bar is available.
It is especially fitting for those who are watching the Italy-Cameroon game on the flat screen TVs scattered around the place.
The new goalkeeper jerseys, socks, and gloves are among those displayed on a clothes line.
In the corner of the main room, is a display of the Italian national team's home and away kits.
Here's a closer look at the home kit.
The away kit in the traditional white with gold details.
When flipped up, the collar displays the iconic green, white, and red of the Italian flag.
Inspired by both football and boxing, the shorts feature a boxer-like belt that includes the years that Italy has won the World Cup.
Part of the display is the PUMA Powercat 1.10 boot.
Italy's walk-out jacket.
The Powercat 1.10 ball.
For more information on the new kits, go to PUMAFootball.com.