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  1. This Cosmos Shirt is Out of this World!
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This Cosmos Shirt is Out of this World!

The New York Cosmos were arguably one of the best club squads ever assembled on American soil and included legendary stars such as Germany's Franz Beckenbauer and the incomparable Pele himself! Now you can revel in the glory days of American soccer with this stylish New York Cosmos ringer T-shirt from Umbro!

This classic throwback tee features a New York Cosmos team badge and Umbro logo embroidered on the front. Shirt also features a reflective stripe on the shoulders with the Umbro logo.

100% cotton. Imported.


El Cosmos de Nueva York fue probablemente uno de los mejores clubes jamás formados en suelo estadounidense, con estrellas como el alemán Franz Beckenbauer y el incomparable Pelé. Revive esos días gloriosos en la historia del fútbol estadounidense con esta

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