The new collection of So Foot photo prints has arrived!

Something promised, something due.

Here is the new selection of five ultra-limited “So Foot Collection” prints to celebrate the transition to the new year and this first month of the double 20 year.
We start with the classic but effective: the revolver eyes of Diego Armando Maradona, on the way to the locker room, after the victory synonymous with qualification for the final stages of the 86 World Cup in Mexico. His victim: Bulgaria. The score: 2-0. His contribution: a decisive pass. A few days later, Pibe will lift the trophy and enter football history, for eternity
Another immortal, Zinédine Zidane. Still classic, still effective, his famous double header against Brazil in the home world final, on July 12, 1998. In this shot, opponents and teammates alike seem frozen while the double Z appears to levitate, as if in suspension. .
From winning to losing, there are often only a few centimeters. Sainté knows something about it. Just a few months after coming up against the square posts, the Greens of Larqué stumbled on a red step, in the quarter-final second leg of the European Cup. Victorious 1-0 in the first leg, defeated 3 goals to 1 in the return, in the den of Anfield, under the cleats of a brilliant Kevin. Keegan by name.
Landscape lovers, we also thought of you. Contemplate this beautiful Vélodrome stadium in Marseille, pre-extension to 60,000 seats, and above all pre-roof. Bonus: the scene takes place during a Clasico against PSG, before they took the name Clasico. It is August 1991 and we invite you to enjoy a balmy summer evening.
Finally, finally... in the family of photos seen from the sky, here is the eldest of the So Foot Collection. A small football stadium located in the heart of Moscow's oldest public park, opened in 1756, the Neskoutchni Garden.
And happy new year 2020 to everyone!

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