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T-Shirt by B&C


Design: Team Japan
Product: T-Shirt by B&C

The classic Round Neck Basic T-shirt from B & C is the Shirtcity Standard T-shirt for men, but is also popular as a unisex product. The T-shirt is high quality manufactured with a generous and loose cut, which makes it very comfortable to wear. The large colour spectrum supports all imaginable prints and colour combinations.
This product is suitable for all common printing methods and also available in 3XL, see size chart.

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Material: 100% Cotton
Fabric Weight: 145g/m²


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S M L XL XXL 3XL
Width in inch: 19.29 20.47 21.65 22.83 24.02 24.8
Height in inch: 27.17 27.56 29.13 29.53 30.31 31.1
There can be a standard trade tolerance of +/-5%!

Team Japan T-Shirt
Football is the second most popular team sport in Japan after baseball. Although the sport came to the country quite early through British and Dutch merchants and a national club cup has been held since 1921, for many decades it played only a relatively small role as a student sport. This only changed after the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The football World Cup 2002, which took place in South Korea and Japan, was the provisional highlight of the development. In 2006 the country again participated in a world championship, but was eliminated in the preliminary round. In 2010, as in 2002, the Japanese national team reached the round of 16, but failed Paraguay on penalties. In 2011, the Japanese national women's football team was the first Asian national team to win a World Cup title in the field of senior players.