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  1. Celebrate Russia's 1988 Gold Medal!
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Celebrate Russia's 1988 Gold Medal!

Remember Russia's thrilling quest for the gold during the 1988 Olympics with this terrific track jacket from PUMA. This full-zip jacket has two zippered side pockets with the team initials and 1988 applied over the left chest and the PUMA cat logo heat-transferred on the right chest.

A gold medal inset is applied below the back collar with the results of the team's matches written in Cyrillic. The flag of the former Soviet Union is embroidered on the left sleeve.

Russia took home the gold in a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory against Brazil and you can share the rich heritage of Russian soccer with this jacket.

100% polyester. Imported.


Conmemora la victoria de la selección rusa de fútbol durante los Juegos Olímpicos de 1988 con esta chaqueta de cierre completo de PUMA. Viene con dos bolsillos laterales con cierre, las iniciales del equipo y el año 1988 aplicados sobre el pecho izquierdo

In 2000, Puma-sponsored Cameroon won the African Cup of Nations. Six months later, they won their country’s first-ever Olympic gold medal in Sydney. In 2002, Robert Pires of France, a Puma athlete, was named Footballer of the Year in England after an incredible season with Arsenal. Midfielder Pires scored nine goals and led the Premier League in assists as he helped Arsenal secure “the Double”. The mascot for the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain was an orange named Naranjito. On a regulation size field, the edge of the penalty box is 18 yards from the goal line. Just Fontaine scored 13 goals for France in the 1958 World Cup, the most for an individual in a single tournament.