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Show your support for the Dutch national team while paying homage to one of the best Oranje wins in recent memory.


The influence of the Dutch on world football is nearly incalculable, with greats like Johan Cruyff, Ruud Gullit, and Dennis Bergkamp indelibly changing the game forever. And though the Dutch lifted a European title in 1988, they’ve never been able to win the big one. Three times they’ve finished as bridesmaids, with the most recent run to a final coming in 2010. The semifinal in South Africa against Uruguay was particularly notable, with three of the team’s biggest modern-day stars — captain Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Wesley Sneijder, and Arjen Robben — scoring to propel the Netherlands into the first final in over 30 years.


The match side features a rampant lion similar to the one worn by the Dutch as a crest for much of their history. The reverse is a design based on the iconic orange kits worn by the Dutch during their run to the European crown in 1988.

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