Soviet Union Yashin Polo Shirt refers to the year 1966, when the equpe won the fourth place in the World Cup in England. It is made of soft and comfortable cotton, and has a black design. It has the acronym CCCP, written in Russian.
Soviet Union Yashin Polo Shirt refers to the year 1966, when the equpe won the fourth place in the World Cup in England. It is made of soft and comfortable cotton, and has a black design. It has the acronym CCCP, written in Russian, which means Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, stamped in white, on the front. The collar, in turn, is polo with adjustable cord, adding much charm to the piece. The cuff of the sleeves comes with ribbed finish for a better fit to the body.
1960s, Soviet Union: The Soviet Football Team was the national football team of the defunct Soviet Union. About 47% of the Soviet players summoned to World Cups were natives of the present Russia; 31%, of the current Ukraine; 14% from the current Georgia; And the remaining 8%, of the other republics. Due to the political differences between the key countries of FIFA and the Soviet Union, the selection was often hampered by arbitration in tenders that were visibly normal, especially in games against Western teams and of greater fame in the world of soccer. The constant refereeing errors against the national team have deeply disrupted the plans of the Soviets, whose greatest triumph, even with a high-level team in several periods, was the Eurocup 1960 and fourth place in the 1966 World Cup in England. It was the time of glory of goalkeeper Lev Yashin.
Composition: 100% Cotton
Approximate Dimensions (H x W):
S: 67 x 47 cm
M: 69 x 49 cm
L: 71 x 51 cm
XL: 73 x 53 cm
XXL: 75 x 55 cm