IV CAMPEONATO MUNDIAL DE FUTEBOL
Taca Jules Rimet
Junho de 1950
Take a step back in time, and bring your wall alive with the classic stylings of the world's biggest sporting spectacle! This amazing piece, from FIFA's officially-licensed World Cup History collection, features a reprint of the original event poster for the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Brasil. In the first World Cup tournament held after World War II, Uruguay would upset the home country 2-1 in the final game on July 16, 1950, in front of an incredible 173,850 spectators at Estádio do Maracană in Rio. The now-iconic poster art is a true soccer classic, taking you back to what seems like another universe: the six-studded cleat, the old brown leather ball, and old-school fonts that quickly went out of style in the coming years. Only 13 teams made it to Brazil that year to compete, in a tournament that no one else wanted to host, and which very few countries were enthusiastic about competing in. What a difference a couple of decades would make...by the 1960s, the World Cup would be legendary! Reproduced with utmost care from an original copy held in FIFA's tightly-protected archives in Zurich. A rare classic for your wall - perfect for home, office, restaurant, bar, or soccer facility!
Publisher: Officially-Licenced FIFA Product
Size: 24" x 35"
Condition: Brand New!
Price: $21.95 USD
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Item Number: WC-66773
FIFA World Cup 1950 Brazil Event Poster Official Reprint (#0960)