Bright colours, national badge is stitched, some wear to adidas logo, one noticeable heavy iron mark to lower front, print is great for age, nice material feel
Size measurements - 38-40"
Team mates - Zico, Edinho, Toninho Cerezo, Toninho
Features - Basic style flock #10 print, long-sleeved, adidas Ventex production - made from 72% Polyamide, 28% Acetate
Notes - Ultra-rare vintage home shirt as worn at World Cup 78 when Brazil finished in 3rd place, there is much controvesy surrounding whether they should have been in the Final as they finished joint on points with Argentina in Group B with the hosts going through on goal difference after thrashing Peru 6-0 with some suspect goalkeeping. In the Finals themselves, Brazil wore shirts that did not feature the iconic adidas Trefoil. At the tournament, #10 was worn by Rivellino who was revered for his grace, close control, feints and perfecting the 'Flip Flap'. A midfielder years ahead of his time who inspired the likes of Maradona, Ronaldinho and Cristiano Ronaldo and epitomised the 'Samba-style' football we now expect from Brazilians, largely due to his background of playing Futsal