THE AESTHETIC VALUE
Belts, jerseys, shorts, caps, embroidery and socks. The practice of football is adorned by a series of sports accessories that descend from its beginnings. In Brazil, even if initially imported, clothing and props attributed a status of modernity to practitioners. After a few decades, these accessories became part of the Culture and History of football in Brazil and in the world.
SPORTS AND... CHEMISTRY!
The newspaper Correio da Manha, published in Rio de Janeiro, reported in 1946 the partnership between the Brazilian chemical company Duperial S.A. with the London Imperial. The advertising side values the contributions of industry and science in the development of sports equipment and lawns of football fields.
NEW CUTS: MICRO SHORTS AND CANOE COLLAR
In the 1970s one more change: the men's micro shorts and jersey collar canoe. These changes allowed players to move more vigorously and easily. The micro-shorts lost their "hegemony" only from the late 1980s, with the replacement of the waistband with an elastic strap.
In the 1980s, it started the era of mixed tissues, synthetic and natural fibers. Polyester itself or blended with cotton. Already in 1990, as football jerseys is produced entirely in Polyester. Despite the lightness and strength of the material, they were uncomfortable to retain much sweat, since as synthetic fibers does not retain liquids. The cut of the shirt and shorts, returned to the larger model.
Since the late 1990's, Dry Fit has greatly raised the comfort of sports tissues The material absorbs the liquid and eliminates through the outside of the fabric, facilitating the evaporation of sweat.
One hundred years after the emergence of modern products, textile technology has finally solved the problem of fluid retention, which makes uniforms weight heavily on the body of athletes.
TEXTILES AND PET BOTTLES
In 2010, the Brazilian team used jerseys made from recycled PET bottles (about 8 melted plastic bottles for the production of fine threads to make the fabric), combining technology, sustainability and comfort. With about 200 small holes on each side laser cut, they help the circulation of the air throughout the torso and the dispersion of heat. In place of the thread, glue to join the parts of the shirt.
GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO
Governador – Geraldo Alckmin
Secretário de Estado da Cultura – José Roberto Sadek
Secretária Adjunta de Estado da Cultura – Lúcia Camargo
Chefe de Gabinete – João Manoel da Costa Neto
Coordenadora da Unidade de Preservação do Patrimônio Museológico – Renata Motta
IDBrasil Cultura, Educação e Esporte
Organização Social de Cultura gestora do Museu do Futebol
Conselho de Administração
Presidente – Carlos Antonio Luque
Vice Presidente – Clara de Assunção Azevedo
Diretor Executivo – Luiz Laurent Bloch
Diretora Administrativa e Financeira – Vitória Boldrin
Diretora Técnica do Museu do Futebol – Daniela Alfonsi
Exposição virtual “Estilo em campo”
Curadoria, pesquisa e textos – Aira Bonfim e Fernando Breda
Apoio à seleção de imagens – Camila Aderaldo e Julia Terin
Edição de imagens – Rafael Lumazini
Edição final – Daniela Alfonsi
Realização do Núcleo do Centro de Referência do Futebol Brasileiro – CRFB – do Museu do Futebol
Coordenação – Camila Chagas Aderaldo
Pesquisadora – Aira Bonfim
Assistente de Pesquisa – Fernando Breda
Bibliotecário – Ademir Takara
Assistentes de Documentação – Julia Terin e Dóris Régis
Estagiárias – Ligia Dona e Nivea Souza