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Item #37065_DTGE840010
  1. SINCE 1984
  2. $44.99
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SINCE 1984

Founded by a high school soccer player back in 1984, Eurosport has grown into what today is SOCCER.COM. In 2014, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Eurosport/SOCCER.COM. This heritage tee has been designed in honor of this auspicious occasion. Own a piece of the soccer legacy.

Classic sweat, ready for customization. 80/20 cotton/poly with fleece lining. Pre-shrunk. Rib collar and cuffs.

The logo on this hoody is distressed, it's meant to look weathered.

NOTE: The logo on this tee is distressed, it's meant to look weathered. This product was pretreated to ensure quality and long life-span of the graphic. Please wash and dry before first wearing to remove any residue


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