The Story of 1988 Mexico Soccer Jersey- Meeting Mayan Culture
Having hosted two World Cups and reached the knockout stage seven times in a row, Mexico can be considered a shining card of American football.
The history of the World Cup has witnessed countless classic jerseys. Although "1998 Mexico soccer jersey" has nothing to do with glory, it is an absolute responsibility for appearance. This jersey has a great visual impact, with dark patterns that are domineering yet not flashy, showcasing Aztec culture to the fullest. The center pattern of the jersey is the god worshipped by Aztec - the Feather Snake God, surrounded by the classic Aztec calendar. In Maya culture, the 260-day divine calendar and the 365-day solar calendar coexist, and the most famous surviving cultural relic in Mexico (a stone tablet unearthed in 1760) is covered in this pattern.
Highlighting cultural traditions and ethnic totems, the design style of "1998 Mexico soccer jersey" created a sensational effect more than 20 years ago and sparked a polarized debate - to this day, opinions cannot be unified. One side believes that such a jersey with a sense of design and cultural heritage should be hailed as the best in history; The other side stated that such a pattern is not suitable for appearing on national team jerseys. Since then, there have been occasional Mayan patterns on the Mexican national team jersey, but no one has been as bold or exaggerated as in 1998.
This 1998 jersey is one of the best home jerseys in the history of the Mexican national team and is the best classic design on par with the away jersey for the 2022 World Cup. The Aztec elements are obvious, but don't overlook the collar, loose fit, and some decorations on the sleeves. All of these add up to form a very harmonious combination.
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