The Retromania Ajax 1973 Polo Shirt is a tribute to the team that was European champion in 1973, containing important players at the 1974 World Championship in Germany. It is made of soft and comfortable cotton.
The Retromania Ajax 1973 Polo Shirt is a tribute to the team that was European champion in 1973, containing important players at the 1974 World Championship in Germany. It is made of soft and comfortable cotton and its design brings the colors white and red, separated by stripes throughout the composition. Features a fluted finish on the cuff, which ensures a great fit to the body. The team's badge is seen embroidered in the center of the piece, highlighted. In addition, it has polo collar with V-cut, adding much charm to the piece.
Year 1973, Amsterdam: No doubt the golden age of the biggest Dutch team was in the early 1970s. The Ajax team had great players from the new Dutch school, such as Johan Cruyff, Piet Keizer, Sjaak Swart and Johan Neeskens. In 1971, 1972 and 1973 Ajax was European champion, in 1972 they were World Champion against Independents and Ajax players were the most important in the Dutch team, which showed a high level football at the 1974 World Championships in Germany. What was known as the 'Mechanical Orange' really was largely the Ajax of the 1970s.
Composition: 100% Cotton
Collar: Polo with special cut
Approximate Dimensions (H x W):
S: 68 x 47 cm
M: 70 x 49 cm
L: 72 x 51 cm
XL: 74 x 53 cm
XXL: 76 x 55 cm