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  1. 1968 European Champions!
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1968 European Champions!

Remember Italy's spectacular 1968 European championship with this polo from PUMA. In 1968 Italy defeated Yugoslavia 2-0 to win its first and only European cup. This polo has a three-button collar with the "68" over the left chest and the PUMA cat logo over the right. An Italian team badge is applied o the left sleeve.

Cotton. Imported.


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