From Argentina to…Zaire: The Top Ten World Cup Shirts of All Time

The football jerseys that supporters clamour to buy ahead of the tournament are also part and parcel of the World Cup experience. they are inseparable from the glorious World Cup context we know them from and the memories that they’ve played a role in creating. There have been plenty of absolute beauties over the years, but we’ve done our best to pick out our top ten.
The Renzo Barbera Stadium in Palermo, beter known as La Favorita (Photo:

Temples of The Cult: The Renzo Barbera or La Favorita in Palermo

Today's trip is to the marvelous city of Palermo, the capital of the island of Sicily, where we find a stadium which, depending on who you ask, can be called in one way or another. Its official name is Stadio Renzo Barbera but, by most people, it is still known as La Favorita. A stadium filled with history, which unfortunately also brings back to mind a tragic event.

Temples of The Cult: The San Nicola Stadium in Bari

Sometimes, architectural projects defy any human logic and that is definitely the case of the gigantic San Nicola Stadium in Bari. Whatever the reason may be, one thing is for sure: The city of Bari finds itself with a fantastic stadium, an architectural masterpiece, but placed somewhere where it apparently doesn’t belong, especially when it comes to maintenance costs.

Temples of The Cult: The San Paolo Stadium In Napoli

It is quite common to see Napoli play in international cups nowadays, but that has not always been the case. Since Diego Maradona’s doping ban, Napoli have had many ups and downs (more downs, actually…) and even went through a re-foundation of the club back in 2004. One thing, however, always stood there, firmly, in all its glory: The San Paolo Stadium.