The Dutch football team began its successful history at the beginning of the 20th century. His first match was on 30 April 1905, when the Netherlands won 4-1 after extra time against Belgium. For this first time, the Dutch players, also known as De Oranjes, wore a white jersey with stripes representing the national flag. Today, the Dutch team's orange vintage jerseys are considered a true relic of history for fans.
The Dutch football team does not have a track record as consistent as its talent. The Dutch team is often an unfortunate finalist, as in the 1974 World Cup in Germany (2-1 loss to Germany), 1978 in Argentina (3-1 loss after extra time against Argentina) and 2010 in South Africa (1-0 loss after extra time against Spain). This setback did not prevent him from winning the 1988 European Championship held in Germany (2-0 victory over the Soviet Union). Vintage football jerseys from these eras have become rare collector's items and collectors are constantly looking for these retro jerseys to complete their collection.
Adidas, Lotto and then Nike put their logo on the Dutch team's football jerseys. Players of immense talent such as Robin Van Persie, Dennis Bergkamp, Franck de Boer, Edwin van der Sar, Patrick Kluivert, Memphis Depay, Yohan Cruyff, Arjen Robben or Ruud van Nilstelrooy, have had the chance to wear these jerseys that have become retro.
These vintage football jerseys represent the history of the Dutch national team for fans. The jerseys allow them to remember the exploits of their heroes' past. Fans are looking for these jerseys to never forget but especially to continue to vibrate with the Dutch team.
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