Order the official FC Wimbledon retro football shirts from COPA Football here. COPA has launched an official retro collection in collaboration with football club Wimbledon. The collection is officially licensed by the English club. The COPA x Wimbledon FC collection consists of several classic retro football shirts which are based on the football shirts from the 90s. COPA Football is the supplier of retro football shirts, training jackets, t-shirts, balls and more. Since the start in 1998, the choice for traditional 'Made in Europe' craftsmanship ensures that the best product quality is guaranteed. Another important reason for European production is that COPA opts for sustainability, where great value is attached to the working conditions of the employees. All COPA products are therefore produced using the best possible materials and techniques, created by employees who receive fair compensation for their work. COPA offers a wide range of iconic classic retro football shirts from the past. Wimbledon FC is an English football club, founded in 1889 and the traditional club colors are blue and yellow. Wimbledon FC entered professional football in 1977 and would play at the highest level in England between 1986 and 2000. Wimbledon FC therefore belonged to the 'founding clubs' of the Premier League. AFC Wimbledon was founded in 2002 and is considered the successor to Wimbledon FC. In 1988, the club won the FA Cup by beating Liverpool 1-0 in the final. After the FA Cup final, BBC commentator John Motson stated that The name came about in the immediate aftermath of Wimbledon's 1988 FA Cup final victory over Liverpool, when BBC commentator John Motson stated that "the crazy gang has beaten the culture club". Most closely associated with the team of the period were such notable players as Vinnie Jones, Dennis Wise, Dave Beasant, John Fashanu and Lawrie Sanchez.
The Wimbledon FC retro football shirts from COPA Football are made under the official license of the English football club from London. Traditionally, the Wimbledon home shirt is navy blue and yellow. The Wimbledon FC 1994-95 retro football shirt is dark blue in color and the trim and collar are yellow. On the right chest the nickname of the club, The Crazy Gang and on the left chest the logo of Wimbledon F.C. In the middle of the chest the name of the then sponsor Elonex. Wimbledon F.C. finished in ninth place in the 1994-95 FA Premier League season. The team roster included players like Vinnie Jones, Efan Ekoku, Warren Barton, Kimble, Leonhardsen and other players. In the 1980s and 1990s, Wimbledon FC was nicknamed 'The Crazy Gang' by the English media. The name became widely associated with Wimbledon as a result of the often brazen and boisterous macho behavior of their players, who had a habit of playing frequently and outrageously. Jokes were also made about each other and about the managers of the club. In addition, the players had a reputation for a lack of discipline on the field and used a very aggressive and physical style of play. Their physical style and aggressive reputation on the field intimidated from their supposedly more skilled opponents and helped the club to the most successful period in its history.