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These retro football t-shirts will reinforce your faith in the game

When Burton commissioned a set of anti-violence football shirts inspired by those popular during Italia 90, there's no way they could have known how relevant they'd be to the punchy-kicky antics we've seen in Euro 2016.

The "No Alla Violenza" t-shirts first launched in 1989 were designed by menswear brand Burro to spread the message of peace during the World Cup. 

Now, 27 years later, the message is still unfortunately relevant, but we can't think of a much better way to deliver it. Burton is selling four updated versions of the classic t-shirts, each for £16. Check them out below or purchase the Burton-Burro t-shirts here.



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