The new ones are here Spain'82 of 2022. In this way, a new version of one of the gloves that most liked the #TwoFiveSquad Last season. The España'82 line was born as a tribute to the World Cup that was played in the national territory in 1982 and currently has 3 glove models in honor of three major Spanish cities and venues: Madrid'82 Pro, Barcelona'82 Pro y Seville'82 Replica.

As you well know, in TwoFive We take great care of the details and for this reason, all the gloves receive names and/or an aesthetic that honors the event of the line in question.

historic moments

Starting with Madrid'82 Pro; These honor the Spanish capital, one of the main venues of the tournament. In Madrid, the matches of Group B of the second phase were experienced, a group formed by West Germany, England and Spain, the host. In addition, the grand final of the tournament between Italy and West Germany was played in Madrid. In that final, we were able to experience a great performance by the German goalkeeper Harald schumacher dressed in red, like the new Madrid'82 Pro. In addition, other great goalkeepers wore that color throughout the 1982 World Cup in Spain, goalkeepers like mehdi cerbah (Algeria) and Jean Luc Ettori (France).

Harald Schumacher and Jean-Luc Ettori

As for Barcelona'82 Pro, these honor Barcelona and its two World Cup venues: The Camp Nou, Barça stadium, and the Sarri Stadiumà, home of RCD Espanyol. The group A matches (Poland, Soviet Union and Belgium) and the group C matches (Italy, Brazil and Argentina) were played in Barcelona. The blue color of the Barcelona'82 Pro glove honors the great teams that wore blue, such as Italy or Argentina. In addition, the starting goalkeeper of the Spanish team, Louis Arconada, wore light blue in the national team's matches in said World Cup. It is for this reason that the new Barcelona'82 Pro have been dressed in the same color in honor of one of the great goalkeepers in the history of our football.

Luis Miguel Arconada during a World Cup match in Spain'82

Finally, the Seville'82 Replica, are named after another emblematic World Cup venue, the Andalusian capital, which had two of its own venues: El Benito Villamarin Stadium (Real Betis) and the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan (Sevilla FC). The Group 6 matches of the first phase (Brazil, Soviet Union, Scotland and New Zealand) were played in Seville. In Andalusian territory we were able to see an iconic player, Brasileiro Sampaio de Souza Vieira de Oliveira, better known as Socrates. The yellow color of Sevilla'82 Replica They are a small tribute to the captain of the Brazilian team, his talent and his memory. In addition, the semi-final of the tournament was also played between West Germany and France, a match that went to penalties, with Germany being the one to advance to the final thanks to a great performance by Harald schumacher saving 2 totally transcendental penalties, although said performance would be eternally overshadowed by the brutal tackle on Patrick Battiston.

Brazilian Socrates Sampaio de Souza Vieira de Oliveira