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About the project

Soccerpattern brings forth to a retrospective of the greatest jerseys worn during soccer worldcups from 1930 to nowadays, as pattern designs, at the occasion of 2018 FIFA Worldcup in Russia.

Soccerpattern is a soccer jerseys' archive project intiatied on Instagram which enables its founder and author, Matthieu Teyssandier, to gather his two passions : soccer and design.

Soccerpattern restores those jerseys their letters of nobility : finally, not less than 520 pattern designs and as many game facts about the 32 teams still running to conqueer the most desired and dreamed trophy on the Soccer Planet.

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Brazil

Brazil Brazil

36 Patterns

  • Pelé
  • Ronaldinho
  • Gilmar
  • Romario

More than 5 stars, 200 million hearts

Brazil truely is a pool of talents and its team members wear its popular white and green jersey which scare each of their opponents since 1950. This year, the 'Seleção' can count on Neymar, Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus to honor the 'Joga Bonito' and to try to conquer its sixth star and uphold its domination over the competition.

Brazil 30' home

Brazil 30' home

Brazil 34' home

Brazil 34' home

Brazil 50' home

Brazil 50' home

Brazil 54' home

Brazil 54' home

Brazil 58' home

Winner

The Coronation of King Pelé

Brazil flew over the competition with an incredible mastery and became the first non-european team winning a WorldCup trophy in Europe. Pelé won his first WorldCup as he was only 17 years old and even succeeded in scoring a double score during the final game against Sweden (5:2).

Brazil 58' away

Brazil 58' away

Brazil 62' home

Winner

Stars in the eyes

As less brilliant, but as efficient than in Sweden, Brazil got through its game against Czechoslovakia on a score of 3:1, despite King Pelé's injury. Auriverde's game wasn't the best one, but a star is still a star !

Brazil 62' away

Brazil 62' away

Brazil 66' home

Brazil 66' home

Brazil 66' away

Brazil 66' away

Brazil 70' home

Winner

Brazil sees life through yellow-coloured glasses

The white with blue collar jersey became in 1950, the 'burial costume' of the defeat against Uruguay's. It gave up its seat to a yellow jersey made by young Aldyr Garcia Schlee who will be honored in 1970 during the first global color TV broadcast, offering a colored and full of life show. It is the beginning of a long love story with this yellow jersey.

Brazil 70' away

Brazil 70' away

Brazil 74' away

Brazil 74' away

Brazil 74' away

Brazil 74' away

Brazil 78' home

Brazil 78' home

Brazil 78' away

Brazil 78' away

Brazil 82' home

Brazil 82' home

Brazil 82' away

Brazil 82' away

Brazil 86' home

Brazil 86' home

Brazil 86' away

Brazil 86' away

Brazil 90' home

Brazil 90' home

Brazil 90' away

Brazil 90' away

Brazil 94' home

Winner

A premiere in finals history

120 minutes were not enough to decide between Auriverde and Italians. That's Roberto Baggio's missed penalty shootout which offered victory to Brazil.

Brazil 94' away

Brazil 94' away

Brazil 98' home

Brazil 98' home

Brazil 98' away

Brazil 98' away

Brazil 02' home

Winner

A champions dual

The 'Berlin wall' did not stand for a long time against Il Fenomeno, the final game best player, who made a mark on everyone's mind by a wonderful double score.

Brazil 02' away

Brazil 02' away

Brazil 06' home

Brazil 06' home

Brazil 06' away

Brazil 06' away

Brazil 10' home

Brazil 10' home

Brazil 10' away

Brazil 10' away

Brazil 14' home

Brazil 14' home

Brazil 14' away

Brazil 14' away

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