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    Amasokolara FC shirt by Takeru Amano

    Japanese artist Takeru Amano teamed up with Patterns of Play to create the first team kit in ‘The Balls Project’ series for Amasokolara FC – a grassroots football team from the township of Alexandra in Johannesburg, South Africa.  Only 200 were produced and each shirt comes with a certificate of authenticity.

    We worked closely with Takeru to design the kit, taking inspiration from his famous graffiti styled artwork. Takeru created custom sprayed pieces for us in his Tokyo studio, featuring a reimagined interpretation of the team crest, our POP logo and a set of individual squad numbers. Again we will be putting a chunk of the profits back towards supporting the team. We’re calling this the second half. 

    Regular fit short sleeve shirt
    Sublimation print on micro knit fabric
    100% polyester, ultra-soft luxe
    Ribbed crew neck
    Certificate of authenticity
    Made in Poland

    Machine wash inside out on a cold cycle. Do not tumble dry.

    Please note: This shirt comes with hand sprayed number 7 on the reverse, a number widely considered lucky in Japanese culture. 

    Shipping policy: 

    - UK: 1-3 days

    - Europe: tracked 3-5 days

    - Rest of World: 5-7 days

    We ship with Royal Mail but Fedex / TNT is available and is the best option to receive items quickly.


    To return and for a full refund, please contact Football Shirt Collective via email or social media.

    Product must be returned within 2 weeks of purchase, in the condition it was sent in, with tags still on (if item came with tags).


    All our shirts are shipped in our, 100% compostable packaging. Some shirts will also be bagged with an inner plastic wallet for extra protection.