COPA Football casual socks from the official FIFA Classics World Cup collection. The World Cup 1970 Mascot socks are in gray and feature an all-over print of the official World Cup '70 mascot. The mascot's name is Juanito. His name is a diminutive of 'Juan', a common name in Spanish. The mascot Juanito is a boy who wears the uniform of Mexico with a sombrero on his head (with the words MEXICO 70 on it). The socks are produced in Italy and are made of 85% cotton, 12% nylon and 3% lycra.
The official mascots are a set of unique characters for each event. The tradition of the official FIFA World Cup mascots started in 1966 during the World Cup in England with a lion named World Cup Willie. Willie was one of the first mascots associated with major sports leagues. The mascots represent a characteristic of the host country, such as flora, fauna or costume. The characters are aimed at children and coincide with shows and merchandise.
The FIFA Classics World Cup collection from COPA Football consists of several t-shirts, casual socks and sock box sets which feature the official World Cup posters, emblems and mascots from various World Cup football.