Leivinha #8 Palmeiras (Brazil) Match Worn Shirt for Paulista Tournament 1974.
Provenance: Former Palmeiras Uruguayan Player.
João Leiva Campos Filho, usually called Leivinha (little Leiva), (born 11 September 1949) is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a striker or as a winger. A talented, flamboyant and mercurial player, at club level, Leivinha played for Portuguesa, Palmeiras, and Atlético de Madrid, winning national championships in both Brazil and Spain, as well as the UEFA and Intercontinental Cups. International career Leivinha achieved a total of 21 international caps for Brazil, from June 1972 until June 1974, scoring seven goals. He was included in the Brazil national football team squad at the 1974 FIFA World Cup, where he played in the first three matches. Personal life Leivinha is the uncle of S.S. Lazio midfielder Lucas Leiva.
Shirt details: Hering trademark. Made in Brazil. Palmeiras logo stitched on the shirt. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!