It’s time to take a stand. The unification of countries through football should never be at the cost of human lives. With this limited edition jersey, and now a cycling shirt, we pay homage to the 6500 workers who died during the construction of the stadiums in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
This special edition features the seven flags of the countries where the workers originated from. We’ve only created 6500 pieces, to turn that horrific number into a powerful statement. All profits will be donated to the PRO2 foundation, focusing on helping the families of the migrant workers. So far 50,000 euros has been raised from pre-orders alone.
WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN RAISE MUCH, MUCH MORE.
The Blood in, Blood out x Cruyff Jersey in Orange. The jersey is a mashup of different iconic Dutch national jerseys, including the classic World Cup 1974 tee in which Johan Cruyff impressed the world.
The front is detailed with a large lion logo on the left chest and the Cruyff x Blood in, Blood out crest at the bottom. The back features the iconic number 14.
Cruyff wore many colours throughout his career. The Amsterdam red-and-white until ’73, the legendary blaugrana for Barça and of course orange for the national team. Cruyff refused to wear the German brand with the three stripes and demanded a specially modified kit that featured only two stripes with his trademark number 14.
The Netherlands National Team reached the World Cup Final of 1974. They lost 2-1 in the Olympiastadion in Munich, West Germany. Despite this, the Dutch team is still regarded as one of the best national teams in football history.