Hand Of God Socks


Hand of God Socks are inspired by one of the most famous, iconic, moments in modern football history. At the 1986 World Cup Diego Maradona scored a goal with his hand to help Argentina defeat England and head to the Semi Finals of a competition they would go on to win.
The goal was of course shrouded in controversy, and many asked if England keeper Peter Shilton shouldn’t have out jumped the Argentine genius. It stands as one of the most iconic moments in the sport even now.
The socks are made from 80% cotton, 19% polyamide and 1% elastine in Portugal..
Every order comes with Sock Council stickers and postcard

The socks are one size fits most, roughly…

Large 6 to 11.

The socks are half hose and will go to the mid-calf.


In stock

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