Brazil Retro Football Shirt, 1970 - Signed by Pele
Bid on this yellow Brazilian National Team home shirt, the Replica version from the 1970 World Cup, personalized with former forward Pelé's name and number.
Pelè has signed the shirt on the back, making it a truly unique collector's item.
Pelè played a starring role in the 1970 Mexico World Cup, leading Brazil to its third ever World Cup victory.
- Yellow home shirt with short sleeves
- Signed by Pelè
- Brazil emblem on chest
- Name and number sewn on in fabric
- #10, No Size
Ė Clay is a character invented during a conversation among five friends and inspired by the Eddie Murphy movie "Coming to America." Clay stands for everything that is positive and beautiful. "Everyone always asks us who Clay is, but Clay is not a person. Clay is freedom, purity and pure fun. It's a state of mind... Clay is in all of you. It flies like a butterfly and stings like a bee!"
The Ė Clay association was founded in Alassio in 2013 and began raising funds for the pediatric hospital Giannino Gaslini in Genoa for its "Hospitality Project". Funds are raised thanks to various initiatives and support from numerous athletes who donate autographed memorabilia, which is then auctioned.
There is the opportunity to purchase a display case for this product.
Please make your selection during the bidding or checkout process.