This shirt is designed in a breathable fabric. It presents the club's crest embroidered on a fabric base and sewn to the shirt and polo neck with a V-shaped finish. High quality 50% cotton, 50% polyester (interlock) fabric that faithfully reproduces the original 1958 model.
BRAZIL 1958 AWAY SHIRT
Brazil's official replica jersey for the 1958 World Cup in Sweden
With this shirt, Brazil wins its first World Cup with a young and rookie Pelé at just 17 years old, the final was played at the Rasunda Stadium.
The Brazilian team won the match 5-2. Brazil's goals were scored by Vavá (2), Pelé (1), Mazzola (1) and Zagallo (1). The Brazilian team became the first South American country to win a World Cup.
At that time the second kits were not used as much and in fact Brazil had not had to change their kit, in this case, Sweden also played in yellow and they were winners of the draw to wear their kit.
Faced with this situation, the Brazilian team had to provide a solution since they could not play with the yellow jersey and refused to wear the white kit after the "Maracanazo" of 1950.
The National Team did not have a second option, so two days before the game it was decided to buy a set of blue shirts in a store in Stockholm in honor of the patron saint of Brazil, Nuestra Señora Aparecida. After beating Sweden and proclaiming themselves world champions, blue became the official color of the second kit and white would finally be eliminated as the second option.