The store's Newsletter: August 2020

Here is the new vintage for the month of August!

Exclusively, one day before everyone else, and just for you, here is the August So Foot photo print collection with five new football photos ! Presentation.


Before showing them to you, we have something important to remind you : the special “family” promo - for you, our very first customers - of -15% reduction on all photos is still valid, and this until August 31, 2020. So we remind you of the code: SOSOLAFAMILLE (to be entered at the time of payment).

And to start this selection in style, head to Liverpool and its legendary No. 8 , Steven Gerrard . The captain of the Reds celebrates his goal against his team, synonymous with opening the score against Blackburn (2-1), during the 28th day of the Premier League, at Anfield. It is February 28, 2010.

We then remember beautiful blue-white-red memories . In this photo from 98, Blues goalkeeper Fabien Barthez exults, after Luigi Di Biagio's last failed attempt during the stifling penalty shootout against Italy (0-0, 4 tab 3) in the quarter-finals. World Cup final . That day, July 3, 1998, at the Stade de France, Aimé Jacquet's Blues reached the semi-final at the last minute... You know the rest!

History always, with the famous goal scored by the hand (of God) by the Argentinian Diego Maradona during the 86 World Cup, in the quarter-final against England (2-1). An era that friends of VAR do not want to recognize.

We return to England, to Birmingham, to experience part of the 1966 World Cup. It is the group match between West Germany and Spain. In front of more than 42,000 spectators gathered in the stands of Villa Park, the RFA won 2 goals to 1.
Not very Covid-friendly all that.

Last but not least, a photo of a legend of European football, number 14 of the Netherlands team, hero of the 1974 World Cup, I am, I am... Johan Cruyff. Masterful throughout the tournament, the Flying Dutchman will be unable to do anything in the face of cold German realism. Not even on this corner. Finalists for the first time in their history, the Netherlands lost in the final 2 goals to 1 against West Germany , and missed out on a first world title.

Hope you find your happiness ! And whether that's the case or not, not this time, don't hesitate to follow us directly on Instagram where every day we highlight a beautiful photo from the immense collection of our partner: the Icon Sport photographic agency .
All these prints will be available in the SO Boutique
from July 1 at 00:01.

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