Finally. A football brand that lives for the Football Campagne. FC Scarfass it’s this guilty pleasure to bring back the number one accessory for proper football fans, the ones who spend their Saturdays at the pub, in the terrace, and at the pub again. The football fan and his scarf, it’s kind of like the line man and his flag or Maradona and his cocaïne bag, they can’t live without each other. The scarf represents a certain idea of football, it’s like a mark of authenticity. That’s the one thing you always take with you, wether you’re going to eat pies and drink ales before the games, shout at the ref from the side of the pitch during Sunday League, or sing for your team at the ground. Our good friends at FC Scarfass developed this collection as a tribute to the football we all like, but also to bring these codes in the streets, as a fashion statement. Each scarf refers to the good old times of Pro Evo, revisiting the official name of the clubs through the codes of the video game which didn’t own the FIFA licence.
You can wear definitely these scarves to go out in clubs on a Saturday night as much as going for a fight with the other team fans, the taste of blood in the mouth and the smell of flares in the nose. You can trust us on that, we’ve tried it for you.
Glazers out! Newton Heath is the original name of Manchester United from 1978 to 1902. The green and yellow featured on the scarf is a reference to the first colours players were wearing long before they became the red devils.
Rekordmeister for the people who can’t remember a fucking thing, it’s the name of Bayern Munich in Pro Evo 3 and 4. The German destroyer, which was already a German destroyer at the times. The good memories of Oliver Kahn, Sammy Kuffour, Hasan Sailhamidzic or Mehmet Scholl.
There are only two things to experience in Dortmund. Beer and Westfalenstadion’s yellow wall. Westfalenstadion is the original name of Borussia stadium before they dared to rename it Signal Iduna Park. And Westfalen that’s the name of the club in Pro Evo 2 to 5.
You got to be a fucking idiot if you don’t get the reference to FC Barcelona. The two biggest protestors for Catalunya independence, Carles Puyol and Gerard Pique like that.
Saint Germain FC
Big up to the Qataris. They try so hard to put Paris on the map instead of the posh Parisian suburb, despite the history of the club. Saint Germain FC it’s a tribute to the times when Fabrice Fiorèse, Francis Llacer, Eric Rabesandratana or Fabrice Pancrate were trying not to look ridiculous on the pitch. Smoking cigarette with a gold chain around the neck.
Pastaga. Fada. Peuchère. Cagole. Mon vié. Oh frère. Tarpin. Pachole. Dégun. Cagade. That is Olympique of Massilia.
The Italian legend. Milano it’s the style of Milan AC with Ronaldinho’s genius. The tactic of Milan AC with Robinho’s mind game. The control of Milan AC with Alexandre Pato’s fitness. The attitude of Maldini with the balls of Silvio.
Because we will never forgive Cristiano to use Ronaldo in his name. Because we will never forgot those terrible ACL injuries. Because we didn’t see anything coming when we were reading Obafemi Martins was only 17 years old. Because Nicola Ventola was supposed to be the next big thing for Italian football. Internazionale, it’s that sweet taste of the late 90’s Italian football.
Back to the time when Christian Karembeu shook the Champions League trophy and Adriana as a Real Madrid player. Chamartin it’s the name of merengues in the first opus of Pro Evo, but also the previous name of the legendary Santiago Bernabéu stadium. A flashback to the times the club didn’t even need Zidane to lift trophies.
Not sure how Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham and Palace fans will feel about that. London FC it’s Chelsea Blues. A scarf you can wear proudly in Stanford Bridge stands. Especially on derby day against Tottenham, while singing the local banger: “We hate Tottenham, we hate Tottenham! ”
If that wasn’t enough for you to fall in love with these scarfs, we could end up to believe that Paul Gacoigne never drunk any alcohol. Scarfass FC brand is available at Citadium in Paris, at the moment. But it seems like there might be much more items to come in the new collections.