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After an unprecedented string of success the Spaniards have reasserted their dominance over Europe!

Celebrate their win with this cap, mug, and mascots.

The mascots - Get excited for everything Euro with these lovable plush mascots for the tournament. Twin mascots Slavek and Slavko each represent one of the host countries of the 2012 competition in Poland and Ukraine. Each mascot is wearing a kit with the colors of their country. 9.4".

Mug is ceramic and cap is cotton.


Tras una serie de victorias sin precedente, los españoles han ratificado su dominio del fútbol europeo. Celebra sus triunfos con este juego que inclye una gorra, una taza y dos peluches con las mascotas de la Eurocopa 2012. Los gemelos Slavek y Slakvo repr

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