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  • Football Fashion - Mexico 1970 T-Shirt - Panini - White - COPA 1530
    £29.99

    Whether you're old enough to remember the first ever North American World Cup or not, it doesn't change the fact that the Panini sticker album cover art was absolutely amazing! Now you can dive into footballing nostalgia by...

  • Football Fashion - Germany 1974 T-Shirt - Panini - Black - COPA 1531
    £29.99

    The 1974 World Cup was held in West Germany & was also the first time the new-style trophy that's still used to this day was awarded to the winners. The previous Jules Rimet trophy had been gifted to Brazil on a...

  • Football Fashion - Spain 1982 T-Shirt - Panini - White - COPA 1533
    £29.99

    The 1982 World Cup was held in Spain & was eventually won by a rampant Italian side that included a free-scoring Paolo Rossi. Interestingly, the semi-final between France & West Germany also saw the first ever...

  • Football Fashion - Mexico 1986 T-Shirt - Panini - White - COPA 1534
    £29.99

    You can't mention the 1986 World Cup tournament in Mexico without evoking memories of the game's greatest ever player: Diego Maradona. Maradona almost single-handedly propelled a relatively ordinary Argentina squad all the...

  • Football Fashion - Italia 90 T-Shirt - Panini - Blue - COPA 1535
    £29.99

    The 1990 World Cup in Italy was opened up to the world through a stirring rendition of Nessun Dorma by the late, great Pavarotti. The operatic crescendo set the tone for a passionate tournament with incredible highs for...

  • Football Fashion - USA 94 T-Shirt - Panini - White - COPA 1536
    £29.99

    USA '94 brought all the glory & passion of the World Cup to North America & they promptly gave it the full American treatment. A wildly over-the-top opening ceremony culminated in Diana Ross taking one of the worst...

  • Football Fashion - France 1998 T-Shirt - Panini - White - COPA 1537
    £29.99

    The 1998 World Cup was held in France & featured some incredible highs & lows for the nations involved. Beckham's infamous red card against Argentina helped send England home, while Dennis Bergkamp scored arguably...

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