Pele, widely considered one of the greatest football (soccer) players of all time, wore Stylo Matchmakers football boots during his playing career. Stylo Matchmakers were first introduced in 1966, it’s a classic leather boot that is still worn by professional players and amateurs today. Pele was one of the most famous players to wear the boots during his career and helped to establish Stylo Matchmakers as one of the most iconic boots in the history of football.
Pele the Greatest Player in the World! In 1966, two years before signing up George Best, the great Pele signed terms with Stylo Matchmakers and in the space of just a few months became the face of the brand leading up to the 1966 world cup finals in England.
This was huge news for the Stylo Matchmakers brand as Pele is still today regarded by many as the best football player in the world that has ever lived. Stylo Matchmakers had hit jackpot and was now going head to head with the big German brands as the go-to for professional football boots.
Pele, born Edson Arantes do Nascimento, is one of the most famous athletes ever. His name has become synonymous with soccer and he’s often called “The King of Soccer.” After being discovered at 15 years old, Pele quickly rose to fame by scoring three goals for Brazil in their first game against Sweden.
From then on, he would go on to score his 1,000th goal before turning 21 years old and winning three world cups with Brazil. Throughout his career as a professional athlete, he played for Santos FC from 1956-1974, scoring an impressive 1,281 goals in 722 games.
His legacy extends far beyond sport,” said Tutu, who praised him for working on behalf of children and the poor as well as serving as an environmental activist and raising awareness about climate change. “He is truly worthy of this honor.”
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