FIFA World Cup 1974 Group 3
The Dutch team, appearing in their first finals since 1938, adopted the Total Football concept developed by Ajax and Feyenoord, in which players freely switched roles according to the tactical situation. They were just one of the teams that wore Adidas' three-stripe kits which were making their first appearance at the World Cup. Because Johan Cruyff had a personal sponsorship contract with Adidas' rival, Puma, he wore modified kits with two stripes.
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