Retro Collections




Our friends at Copa have been busy recently and launched two more retro collections – Fulham and Juventus

They say, ” One year ago we launched our Juventus FC retro collection. Today, we’ve added 4 new styles, capturing the essence of the club’s rich history. These classic retro shirts recreate many of Juventus’ most celebrated shirt designs through the years, like this shirt from the 1994 – 1995 season.


The season brought a 23rd Serie A title to Juventus. Marcelo Lippi fashioned a star-studded side which was in contention for every trophy it participated in, a team powered by the goals of Gianluca Vialli, Fabrizio Ravanelli and Roberto Baggio. The title was won with a 10-point margin over Lazio and Parma and the domestic double was completed via a Coppa Italia victory over Parma. Those same opponents denied the Turin side a remarkable treble by narrowly defeating them in the final of the UEFA Cup.

Also new in the extensive licensed retro collection: the 1952 home shirt, a 1983 away shirt and the first Juventus women retro shirt. All retro items from the collection are packaged and dispatched in luxury gift boxes.

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The collection is made in Europe with great care and pride, using the best possible fabrics for the right vintage look & feel. All items can be found on copafootball.com, in our flagshipstore in Amsterdam, in the official Juventus stores and via selected retailers & online resellers.

They continue, “

As true football romantics, we are excited to reveal our new licensed collaboration. With its famous turnstiles, the Johnny Haynes stand and the red-brick facade, Craven Cottage is an unique ground; Home to Fulham FC, one of England’s most iconic clubs.

Introducing the official Fulham FC retro collection, consisting of multiple classic shirts and a retro jacket. The collection captures the essence of theunique history and identity of The Cottagers.

Fulham earned promotion back to Division 2, inthe 1996 – 97 season. The Cottagers came so close to adding the Division 3 title and were only pushed into second place by the narrowest of margins. Both Fulham and Wigan Athletic finished with the same points total and goal difference, but Wigan took the crown by having scored more goals over the course of the season.

The collection can be found on copafootball.com, in our flagshipstore in Amsterdam, in Fulham FC stores and via selected retailers & online resellers.

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