In 1968, the Azzurri won their first major competition since the 1938 World Cup, beating Yugoslavia in Rome for the European Championship title. The match holds the distinction of being the only major football tournament final to go to a replay. After extra time, it ended in a 1–1 draw, and in the days before penalty shootouts, the rules required the match to be replayed a few days later. Italy won the replay 2–0 (with goals from Riva and Anastasi) to take the trophy. Honor this historic moment with the Italy Archives polo from Puma. It features "68" embroidered on the left chest and the Italia badge embroidered on the left sleeve. It also features a match summary in Italian sewn under the back collar. You will love having this piece of Azzurri history!
100% Cotton fabric
Team colors and logo
Reinforced taped collar seam
Officially licensed Team Italy polo shirt
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