White t-shirt by Pennarello with a photo print that takes you back to the 1950 World Cup. Brazil hosted the 1950 World Cup. The tournament started on June 24 and lasted until July 16. On the t-shirt information about this tournament with the flag of Brazil and the cities where the matches were held. The t-shirt is white and has a round neck. The print was designed by James Campbell Taylor under the 'From Stadio to Studio' project. The design shows a historic moment in football history on a movie poster. 100% cotton.
The four group winners from the first round, Uruguay, Brazil, Sweden and Spain were in the final round. The last group matches were between Spain - Sweden and Uruguay and Brazil. After two of the three rounds, Brazil topped the table with four points, Uruguay had three, Spain had one point and Sweden zero. As a result, Spain and Sweden were eliminated for the world title. The world champion would follow from the final group stage between Uruguay and Brazil. The match between Uruguay and Brazil is often regarded as the final of the 1950 World Cup. The 'final' took place at the Estadio do Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.
In the match Brazil had had enough with a draw, Uruguay had to win to become world champions. In front of a record number of officially 173,850 spectators, mainly Brazilians, there seemed to be no problem for the home country with a 1-0 lead and 25 minutes to play. However, in the 66th minute Uruguay equalized and 10 minutes before time Alcides Ghiggia scored the decisive goal, making Uruguay world champions for the second time. The 1-2 defeat in front of their own audience became a national trauma for Brazil. This match was nicknamed Maracanaço, the shock of Maracanã.