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We’re well into the month of November and the World Cup is fast approaching, meaning there’s no better time than to announce that we’ve partnered with the great team over at Movember for a free-to-play World Cup Challenge Pool! We’re giving away $32,000 in cold, hard cash, plus a jersey signed by the entire (future World Cup champion) USMNT! To kick things off, it’s only fitting that we highlight some of the best mustaches in World Cup history.
Ricardo only scored one goal in 16 appearances for the Argentine National Team, but he did win a World Cup in 1978 and sport this top-notch handlebar stache!
While Rivelino was one of the stars of Brazil’s 1970 World Cup-winning side, he’s most known for his majestic mustache.
Name a more iconic look, we’ll wait.
Paul was named to FIFA’s all-time world cup team, which pales compared to this horseshoe stachterpiece.
Ronald’s career on the pitch was not nearly as memorable as this flowing fur above his lip.
In addition to winning the 1982 World Cup and being one of Inter Milan’s greatest players of all time, a young Bergomi rocked the rare mustache/unibrow combo.
Gullit won the Balloon D’or during his illustrious international and club career, and this dreadlock + mustache combo is his best achievement.
The main accolade on Brian Kilcline’s wiki is ‘known for his long hair and mustache’. Fitting.
The Kit. The Celebration. The ‘Stache. Need I say more?
Fictional counts, right? AFC Richmond’s foolish yet fearless manager sports a now iconic pop-culture mustache.
Don’t forget to sign up for our Movember World Cup Challenge and compete for over $32,000 in prizes, including a kit signed by the entire USMNT!