Mexico hosted its first FIFA World Cup in 1970. This men's retro football jersey will let everyone know you're rooting for el Tricolor. With a ribbed V-neck and cuffs inspired by the Mexican national colours.
Preview of the Aloye x Wong Wong World Cup Collection. In celebration of the upcoming tournament in Brazil, Aloye have collaborated with Wong Wong for an exclusive t-shirt capsule collection for the World Cup. The collection takes its inspiration from the world of football and pays homage to the rich footballing history of ten nations from across the globe.
Recognizable the world over by their colors, flags and kits, the ten countries represented include all eight past world champions: Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Uruguay. Embroidered stars above each pocket signify the number of titles each respective country has won. The home country of Aloye, Japan, and Wong Wong, USA, are also proudly represented.
Something's changed in Belgium. In a country that is at times fiercely torn between its Dutch-speaking North and Francophone South, Belgians have rediscovered the pleasures of supporting one national team.
Design by Robert Krums, a Chicago based designer and illustrator. Preferring the computer to the pen, he renders the world how he wishes it to be; friendly, humorous, and design conscious. Footytees gives him the opportunity to present football culture through his eyes.
Gareth Bale sealed his world record move to Real Madrid, but will Madrid fans get to see his trademark free-kicks? Unfortunately for him, there's a certain someone named Cristiano Ronaldo who is already firmly at the head of the queue when it comes to dead-balls, no matter what the distance.
Design by Marcus Marrit. He currently lives in the UK having spent the past years jumping between Australia and New Zealand. A love of 60s and 70s Sci Fi and Eastern European vintage art is often reflected in the graphical style of his work, which can be described as geometric and symmetrical with Art Deco influences. Marcus is very much a child of football in the 90s.