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COPA World Cup Socks

COPA World Cup Socks

Four new sock designs have been added to the collection to relive some iconic football history moments. The collection is produced in Italy using the highest quality materials and traditional craftsmanship. The socks are individually constructed on a 200-needle knitting machine using soft combed cotton yarns for ultimate comfort.

The socks have been added to our collection and are available in our webshop and in our Flagshipstore in Amsterdam.

   

COPA x Aberdeen FC

COPA x Aberdeen FC

Having been runners-up on all three domestic fronts in 1993/94, things looked positive for Aberdeen for the following season but a rebuild of the team based on a host of new signings backfired horribly. Skonto Riga performed an early version of Brexit on the Dons and by mid-January, a first ever relegation looked horribly possible, the mood worsened by more Cup humiliation at the hands of Stenhousemuir. But there was still time to turn the ship around and, ultimately, Roy Aitken masterminded the great escape - just - in an end of season rollercoaster that squeezed every possible emotion from the Red Army. From there, the only way was up and the following season the recovery was complete when, in November 1995, Aberdeen won the Coca-Cola League Cup, famously beating Rangers in the semi-finals before despatching Dundee at a half-redeveloped Hampden in the final.

The COPA x Aberdeen FC shirts have been added to our collection and are available in our webshop.

   

COPA x SK Rapid Wien

COPA x SK Rapid Wien

Rapid Vienna approached the 1976-77 season determined to bring the Bundesliga title back to the club for the first time since 1968. However the power in the Austrian game during much of the 1970s lay in the Tyrollean capital of Innsbruck and SSW proved too strong and too consistent, beating Rapid to the title by a six point margin and also eliminating the Vienna club from the main cup competition. Trophies may not have been forthcoming for Rapid but goals certainly were. Helmut Koglberger and Johann Krejcirik both hit double figures, but the division´s goalscoring sensation once again was the international centre forward Hans Krankl who fired home 32 in 35 League games.

The COPA x SK Rapid Wien shirt has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop.

   

COPA x A.F.C. DWS

COPA x A.F.C. DWS

There are certain major football cities that feel like one-club towns, so dominant are the headline clubs based there. So is Amsterdam, but the Dutch capital once had a varied club scene. In 1964, DWS even became the only club in Dutch history to become champions as a newly-promoted side. This still makes them the last ever Dutch champions, not playing in red and white.

The COPA x A.F.C. DWS shirt has been added to our collection and is available in our webshop and in our Flagshipstore in Amsterdam.

   

COPA argyle pitch socks

COPA argyle pitch socks

Do you love to show your love for the beautiful game in your daily outfit? With our argyle football pitch socks we have blended the world of football with the classic argyle pattern. We just launched five new color combinations, creating a collection of ten different styles. The socks are produced in Italy using the highest quality materials and traditional craftsmanship.

The five new color combinations have been added to our collection and are available in our webshop and in our Flagship Store in Amsterdam.

   

COPA x Brentford FC

COPA x Brentford FC

We are very happy to announce the official retro collection of Brentford FC. We launched two retro shirts, both based on iconic Brentford shirts from the past. Promoted in 1972 and immediately relegated the following season, manager Michael Everitt's team kicked off the 1974-75 season looking to improve dramatically on the lowly 19th placed finish from the previous year. Despite the best efforts of the skilful Scottish inside-left Jackie Graham and powerful defensive lynchpin Alan Nelmes, Brentford managed only an eighth place finish. In the 1985-86 season, the Brentford defence featured a couple of club legends - the up-and-coming Keith Millen and the veteran Danis Salman, Brentford's problems came more at the other end of the field where goals were hard to come by. The club finished the season in 10th place.

The COPA x Brentford FC shirts have been added to our collection and are available in our webshop.