SAINT ETIENNE 1970 retro jersey LARQUÉ: Jean Snella certainly did not imagine such a dazzling success. When he arrived on the Saint-Etienne bench in the summer of 1963, the club had just been promoted to D1. Nine months later, to everyone’s surprise, the Greens won the title of champion of France, while three former pillars of the D1, Reims, Nice and RC Paris, were relegated. The royal road is traced, and in 1966-67, Sainté is again sacred. Suddenly, from the following season, Stéphanois swap their white and green V-neck for a tricolor V-neck, to celebrate the title. It’s this blue-white-red collar jersey that will make them legendary. And for good reason, in the first season of its adoption, ASSE wins the double Championship Cup, finishing with 11 points ahead of Nice (a record at the time), the best attack and best defense of D1 . Who are the strongest?
SAINT ETIENNE 1970 LARQUÉ retro jersey 100% cotton, made in England and LARQUÉ 10 flocked on the back