Buy the official FIFA Classics collection from COPA Football here. The FIFA Classics World Cup collection consists of several t-shirts and casual socks. This collection focuses on the official posters, mascots and emblems of the various FIFA World Cups. For example, the emblem of the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930 has been applied to a t-shirt. The official FIFA World Cup emblems of the World Cups in 1934, 1950, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2006 and 2010 are also affixed to a COPA Football t-shirt. The logos of the Football World Cup in 1930 to 1950, no official logo was designed, but a poster was designed. From 1954 to 1966, the host countries were responsible for the logos and other visual expressions. From 1970, FIFA began to use an official logo for its tournaments. Since the first FIFA World Cup in 1930, it has been a tradition for every tournament to design its own unique poster. Some of the official FIFA World Cup posters are featured on COPA Football t-shirts. There are t-shirts with posters of the World Cups of 1966, 1978, 2002, 2010, 2014 and there is also a t-shirt with a collage of 9 different FIFA World Cup posters. The FIFA World Cup mascot should of course not be missing in the official FIFA Classics World Cup collection. The official FIFA World Cup mascots are a set of unique characters for each event. The mascot trend started with the 1966 World Cup in England with World Cup Willie. Willie was one of the first mascots associated with a major sports league. The designs of the mascots represent a feature of the host country, such as flora, fauna or costume. The design is often one or more characters aimed at children and coincides with shows and merchandise. The official World Cup mascots can be found on some t-shirts as well as on COPA Football's casual socks. The casual socks can be ordered separately or in a sock box set. A well-known World Cup mascot is Ciao, the official 1990 World Cup mascot. The mascot's name is also an Italian greeting. The mascot is a soccer player consisting of sticks and a head like a soccer ball. The body contains the Italian tricolor (green, red and white).