Another novelty comes to TwoFive. The new ones Spain'82 BASIC They appear in the 2023 collection to accompany the rest of the Basic models that are increasingly of higher quality. The Spain'82 line is an iconic line in TwoFive since it honors the World Cup at home... the World Cup that was held in Spain in 1982.
These two new Basic models honor two great World Cup venues: Sevilla y Vigo.
Starting by Sevilla, the Andalusian capital was fortunate to have two large venues at the event: The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and Benito Villamarín. In both venues, great Group 6 matches were played (Brazil, Soviet Union, Scotland and New Zealand) and an exciting semifinal between Federal Germany against France that ended up being resolved on penalties. In this exciting match, both goalkeepers; Jean-Luc Ettori (France) y Harald Schumacher (Germany) they wore a beautiful red kit, the color that predominates in the new Sevilla'82 Basic.
As for Vigo'82 Basic, these honor the Balaídos stadium and Vigo, one of the rainiest cities in the world. Great Group 1 matches (Poland, Italy, Cameroon and Peru) were played in Vigo. The champion of that World Cup, Italy, played the three group matches in Balaidos, always with its blue color, a color that is very present in the Vigo'82 Basic model. In addition, the blue color is a very representative color in the Galician sports culture present in two of the great Galician soccer teams.
In Vigo he also played Thomas N'kono, legendary goalkeeper from Cameroon, and member of the #TwoFiveSquad.