This is the USA Jersey Worn at a the First World Cup in 1930

The National Soccer Hall of Fame, which will open inside FC Dallas' stadium early next year, recently shared a truly interesting look at the jersey worn by the US national team at the first World Cup held in Uruguay in 1930.



A truly classic look, the shirt is dominated by the oversized shield-like crest that sits in the center right below its overlap v-collar. It served as inspiration for the crest used on the 2013 Centenary jersey.



Compared to football shirts nowadays, the material appears to be extremely heavy. The tag inside the collar tells us that it was produced in England, another thing that's unthinkable today due to production costs.

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