The inaugural UEFA European Championship in 1960 marked the pinnacle of Soviet footballing achievement. In the final, Yugoslavia scored first, but the Red Army, led by legendary goalkeeper Lev Yashin, equalized in the 49th minute. After 90 minutes the score was 1–1, and Viktor Ponedelnik scored with seven minutes left in extra time to give the Soviets the inaugural European Championship. Honor this historic moment with the USSR Archives tee from Puma. It features an embroidered "60" along with the team badge and "CCCP" printed on the front. It also features a match summary in Russian sewn under the back collar. You will love having this piece of the Soviet Union National Football Team history!
- 100% Cotton fabric
- Contrast color panels
- Officially licensed Soviet Union shirt
- Quality embroidery
- Screen print graphics
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