FRANCE 1958 JERSEY

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$78
Official replica France jersey for the 1958 World Cup

The 1958 France soccer jersey, used in the World Cup in Sweden in which the still current record for most goals scored by a player in a World Cup was broken, is held by Frenchman Just Fontaine with a total of 13 goals in the championship.

France qualified in third position in this World Cup after falling in the semifinals against Brazil with a rookie Pelé.
The jersey was designed by the French Football Federation and features the rooster embroidered on the chest, representing French strength, courage and patriotism and synonymous with freedom since the French Revolution.

Les Bleus defeated Paraguay 7-3, Scotland 2-1 and in the quarterfinals they beat Northern Ireland 4-0, until the semifinal held in Stockholm on June 24 against Brazil, which qualified in the final with a 5 -2 leaving out the French team, in this match also the French player Raymond Kopa suffered an injury that did not allow him to continue playing the rest of the tournament. Kopa was replaced by Just Fontaine, who would go on to be the championship scorer with 13 goals.

The 1958 World Cup in Sweden was the first world championship to be broadcast on television.

The French team stood out for its attacking trio formed by Kopa, Piantoni and Fontaine, Les Bleus won several titles, Top Scorer (Just Fontaine) and Best Player of the Tournament (Raymond Kopa).

This jersey is an official licensed product. It is designed in a breathable fabric, with polo-style flaps on the neck and buttoned up to the chest.
It presents the embroidered rooster in 8 colors and elastic cuffs.
High quality fabric 50% cotton, 50% polyester.
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FRANCE 1958 T-SHIRT

Replica of the famous two-striped Adidas jersey that Johan Cruyff wore with the Dutch team in the 1974 World Cup.

The 1958 France soccer jersey, used in the World Cup in Sweden in which the still current record for most goals scored by a player in a World Cup was broken, is held by Frenchman Just Fontaine with a total of 13 goals in the championship.

France qualified in third position in this World Cup after falling in the semifinals against Brazil with a rookie Pelé.
The shirt was designed by the French Football Federation and features the rooster embroidered on the chest, representing French strength, courage and patriotism and synonymous with freedom since the French Revolution.

Les Bleus defeated Paraguay 7-3, Scotland 2-1 and in the quarterfinals they beat Northern Ireland 4-0, until the semifinal held in Stockholm on June 24 against Brazil, which qualified in the final with a 5 -2 leaving out the French team, in this match also the French player Raymond Kopa suffered an injury that did not allow him to continue playing the rest of the tournament. Kopa was replaced by Just Fontaine, who would go on to be the championship scorer with 13 goals.

The 1958 World Cup in Sweden was the first world championship to be broadcast on television.

The French team stood out for its attacking trio formed by Kopa, Piantoni and Fontaine, Les Bleus won several titles, Top Scorer (Just Fontaine) and Best Player of the Tournament (Raymond Kopa).

This shirt is an official licensed product. It is designed in a breathable fabric, with polo-style flaps on the neck and buttoned up to the chest.
It presents the embroidered rooster in 8 colors and elastic cuffs.

High quality fabric 50% cotton, 50% polyester.

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