This is the black Cruyff Classics retro Dutch national team shirt, inspired by the shirts of Oranje during the 70s. Cruyff wore different colors during his career. Until 1973, the best Dutch footballer ever wore the red / white shirt of Ajax. In addition, the famous number 14 wore the orange of the Dutch national team and the Blaugrana of Barcelona. The '' Cruyff Worn By '' casual collection is inspired by all the shirts that Cruyff has worn during his career. The story of this shirt is known. During the 1970s, adidas was the clothing sponsor of Orange and the players were assigned a jersey number based on alphabetical order. Cruyff, however, refused to wear the shirt with the three stripes and therefore wore a shirt with two stripes and number 14. The Dutch national team wore several black away shirts during the 1970s.
This shirt is also black and has two orange stripes over the shoulders and sleeves. The left chest is equipped with the Dutch lion and the shirt also has a small v-neck. On the back of this shirt is number 14 in the same style as the print at the time. In addition, the t-shirt contains a special Cruyff Worn By label!