Pele's Signed Match-Issued Brazil Shirt, 1970
Bid on this official, yellow/green Brazil National Football Team shirt, issued for the Brazilian legend Pelé Edson Arantes do Nascimento, from the 1970 season.
Considered by many as the greatest soccer player ever, Pelé played 19 years in the Santos team and won 10 Paulista Championships, 3 Rio-San Paolo Tournaments, one Taça de Prata, 2 Copa Libertadores, 2 Intercontinental Cups and one Intercontinental Champions' Supercup.
Pelé is also memorable for his 3 World Championships winning streaks with the Seleção Brasileira – the absolute record ever.
The shirt has been autographed on the back by Pelé, thus making the memorabilia even more unique. Being in pencil, the signature is clearly faded but this doesn’t affect the value of the item.
- Short-sleeve yellow/green shirt
- Issued and signed by Pelé
- Brazil emblem applique on chest
- Sponsored by Athleta
- Number embroidered on the back
- #10, no size
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