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  1. OWN A PIECE OF WORLD CUP HISTORY
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OWN A PIECE OF WORLD CUP HISTORY

Authentic Upper Deck 1994 FIFA World Cup™ Contenders pack.

Comes in the original packaging from 20 years ago.

20 cards included with some of your favorite soccer legends.

In 1994, Upper Deck released these official 1994 FIFA World Cup™. These packs are original factory-sealed packs from that series.

Includes players from all of the qualifying countries (except Germany, Bulgaria and Saudi Arabia, excluded because of licensing problems).

Possible players cards includes Alexi Lalas, Eric Wynalda, Cobi Jones, Claudi Suarez, Carlos Valderrama, Cafu, Bebeto, Romario, Paolo Maldini, Roberto Mancini, Roberto Baggio, Dennis Bergkamp, Pep Guardiola.


Juego auténtico de 20 tarjetas coleccionables de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA Estados Unidos 1994™ de Upper Deck. Viene en el empaque original de hace 20 años e incluye jugadores de todos los equipos que calificaron excepto Alemania, Bulgaria y Arabia Saudit

Rules of the Game: For international matches the field of play must have dimensions of: Length: minimum 100 m (110 yds), maximum 110 m (120 yds); Width: minimum 64 m (70 yds), maximum 75 m (80 yds). Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. The first appearance of organized women's soccer in the US may have been in 1922, when a team sponsored by English company Dick, Kerr toured the country -and beat several top men's teams. Of the U.S. WNT coaches who coached more than four games, only Tony DiCicco was born in the United States. The US Women have won the prestigious Algarve Cup tournament in Portugal five times as of 2007.