A BLUE BRAZIL V. SWEDEN 1958 WORLD CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price plus bu… Read more WORLD CUP FINAL 1958 Edson Arantes do Nascimento (Pele) was born in 1940 and wore the famous number 10 of Brazil on 110 occasions, scoring 95 goals. In more than 1,000 matches for Santos, he won nine championships in the Sao Paulo League, four Brazil Cup medals and two each from the South American Cup and World Club Championship. Without doubt, the greatest footballer ever Pele won his first of two World Cups with Brazil in 1958 as a 17 year old.
A BLUE BRAZIL V. SWEDEN 1958 WORLD CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT

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A BLUE BRAZIL V. SWEDEN 1958 WORLD CUP FINAL SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT
No.10, with v-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed CBD
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Fundagco Museu dos Esportes Lauthenay Perdigco.
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The above shirt was worn by Pele in the 1958 World Cup Final, in the match played on 29th June 1958 in Stockholm, Brazil defeated Sweden 5-2, with Pele scoring two goals

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