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New COPA sweater

New COPA sweater

The COPA ‘Designed by…’ Logo Sweater is introduced as an addition to the successful COPA Logo printed T-shirt. The superior quality ‘Made in Europe’ sweaters get a special treatment, probably our best kept secret, to give them a super soft touch.

This COPA sweater has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop.

   

New COPA beanies

New COPA beanies

Inspired by some of the most iconic football designs in history we have added two beanies to the collection to stand out from the crowd.
Love it or hate it, but the Schmeichel goalie shirt from the 90’s was eye catching to say the least… It took us many sample trials and errors but the Schmeichel beanie is finally here to survive the cold days in style.
Purple and red might not be the most obvious colour combination but the Fiorentina 1984-85 shirt is arguably one of the best shirt designs ever. In our opinion at least, so this gave us the inspiration to create this Socrates beanie.

This COPA beanies have been added to our collection and are available in our webshop.

   

FC Barcelona retro collection

FC Barcelona retro collection

Here is our official retro collection of yet another iconic club: Futbol Club Barcelona. It’s a new retro collection designed and manufactured under official license of the club. Barça is "més que un club" and very proud of its unique identity and history.
The first collection consists of four classic retro shirts, a Barça captain retro T-shirt and a My First Football Shirt© for the youngest fans. They take you back to relive the rich history of the club. The classic retro shirts are based on the first ever official shirt from 1899 and different historical shirts from the 70’s & 80’s.
All FC Barcelona items are Made in Europe with great care and pride, using the best possible fabrics for the right vintage look & feel. As a finishing touch all retro items and the My First Football Shirt© are packed in luxury gift boxes.

The official FC Barcelona retro collection is available in our webshop and in our Flagshipstore in Amsterdam.

   

COPA x Cork City FC

COPA x Cork City FC

The pinnacle of the four years that manager Noel O'Mahoney was in charge came in the 1990-91 season. Fired by the goals of John Caulfield, Cork retained the Munster Cup and put together a 24 match unbeaten run that helped them to the runners-up spot in the League. The reward for their fine season was UEFA Cup football and a dream draw against the mighty Bayern Munich. This was just Cork's second-ever European tie but they put up a brave showing, holding them 1-1 at home before going down to two late goals in Bavaria in the return. It was fitting that the scorer of the first leg goal was the long-serving Dave Barry, a midfielder who had played in Cork City's first ever competitive fixture seven years earlier.

This COPA x Cork City FC retro shirt has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop.

   

COPA x St. Mirren

COPA x St. Mirren

The third in the club’s history and the first for 28 years, St.Mirren’s Scottish Cup win of 1987 brought a stirring conclusion to a season that had been a modest one in League terms. That Cup run gradually gathered momentum as victories over Caledonian FC, Greenock Morton, Raith Rovers and Hearts took the Buddies all the way to the Final. Dundee United were their Hampden opponents and a goal in extra time by Ian Ferguson settled a closely fought match. That winning St. Mirren team retains the distinction of being the last to win the Cup fielding an all-Scottish line-up. The very next day the squad travelled to Singapore to compete in a four team invitational tournament and draws against Universidad Autonoma and Southampton and victory over Perth Azzurri took Saints into another Final. Just 11 days after their Scottish Cup success, St.Mirren were lifting silverware once again thanks to a penalty shoot-out victory.

This COPA x St. Mirren retro jacket has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop.

   

COPA x Red Star Paris

COPA x Red Star Paris

Chasing a return to Ligue 1 for the first time since 1950, Red Star's form this season never suggested that a promotion push was a genuine possibility. With the veteran ex-international striker René Bliard retiring in the summer of 1963, much of the attacking responsibility lay on the shoulders of his old partner Daniel Rodighiéro who did not disappoint.
Although Jean Avellaneda's side ended their Ligue 2 campaign in an ordinary eleventh place, Rodighiéro was their star performer and earned himself a move at the end of the season to Ligue 1 with Rennes. Red Star were not far behind and would secure their own elevation to the top-flight the very next season. 

The COPA x Red Star Paris jacket has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop.

   

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