The Dutch capital had another special club, FC Amsterdam, a.k.a. 'De Lieverdjes' who even beat F.C. Internazionale Milano in 1974.

Watching from the sidelines as their city rivals Ajax monopolised the European Cup during the early 1970s, two of Amsterdam's less-celebrated clubs decided to pool resources to create a new outfit capable of better challenging their illustrious neighbour. Those clubs were DWS and Blauw-Wit and FC Amsterdam was born as a result of their 1972 merger - to be joined a couple of seasons later by a third venerable Amsterdam footballing institution in De Volewijckers.

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This Ghana 1980's Retro Football Shirt by COPA is made from 100% cotton.

Having been a powerhouse of the African game in the 1960s, Ghana declined in stature over the next decade and it wasn't until the early part of the 1980s that the Black Stars began to restore their reputation.

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This Romania 1960s Retro Football Shirt by Toffs is made from knitted cotton.

As worn by Florea Dumitrache, who got 31 caps and 15 goals for the Romanian national team. He also represented his country at the 1970 World Cup, scoring 2 goals. He was considered one of the best forwards of all time and was well known for his technique and aerial ability. 

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This California Surf Sweatshirt by TOFFS is made from 100% cotton. 

The California Surf was a football club based in Anaheim, California who played in the North American Soccer League from 1978 to 1981. Their home field was Anaheim Stadium. They played two seasons of indoor soccer, one each at the Anaheim Convention Center and the Long Beach Arena.

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This 1977 Canada Home L/S Retro Shirt by COPA is made from 100% cotton. 

While Canadian football would peak in the 1980s with a World Cup qualification and the nation's sole success to date in its regional CONCACAF Championship, the roots of that success started to grow a decade earlier.

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This 1982 China Home Retro shirt by COPA is made from 100% cotton.  

That China came very close to qualification for the 1982 World Cup was quite a surprise for two reasons. Firstly, China had spent most of the 1960s and 1970s in sporting isolation and this was only the second time the nation had even entered a World Cup qualification campaign.

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