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En 1934, Karl Reusch fabrica su primer par de guantes en el ático de su casa. Con gran pasión, el amor por los detalles y la visión de crear guantes incomparable e innovadora de la mejor calidad posible, los dos primeros pares se cosieron a mano de forma manual. Más tarde en una estrecha cooperación con el portero leyenda alemán Sepp Maier, Gebhard Reusch desarrolla el guante de portero. Un hito para el mundo del fútbol y Joseph Maier, así, gana la Copa del Mundo tan sólo un año después.

Reusch inventó el guante de portero en el año 1973. Casi todos los porteros de fútbol mantienen en alto los trofeos de campeonatos europeos y mundiales con guantes Reusch - comenzando con el alemán Sepp Maier en la Copa Mundial FIFA 1974 en Alemania Occidental hasta nustros días con Julio Cesar de Brasil y Fernando Muslera de Uruguay, reciente campeón de la Copa América 2011.


  

1974 Sepp Maier (Germany), World Champion 2004 Juan Carlos Henao (Colombia), Copa Libertadores Winner with Once Caldas
Andreas Reinke (Germany) achieves the double with SV Werder Bremen
German Lux (Argentina), winner Olympic Games
1976 Victor (CSSR), European Champion 2005 Dida (Brazil), winner Confederations Cup
Roberto Abbondanzieri (Argentina), Argentinian Champio
1978 Ubaldo Fillol (Argentina), World Champion
Toni Schumacher (Germany), achieves the double with FC Cologne
2006 Roberto Abbondanzieri (Argentina), Argentinian Champion
Joseph Didulica (Australia), Austrian Champion
Julio César (Brazil), Italian Cup Winner with F.C. Inter Milan
Johnny Leoni (Switzerland), Swiss Champion
1980 Toni Schumacher (Germany), European Champion 2007 Dida (Brazil), Champions League Winner with A.C. Milan
Julio César (Brazil), Italian Champion with F.C. Inter Milan
Johnny Leoni (Switzerland), Swiss Champion with F.C. Zürich
Sergio Romero (Argentina), U 20 World Champion 2007
1982 Toni Schumacher (Germany), World Champion Runner-up 2008 Julio César (Brazil), Italian Champion with F.C. Inter Milan
José Francisco Cevallos (Ecuador), Winner Copa Libertadores with LDU Quito
1984 Joel Bats (France), European Champion 2009 Julio César (Brazil), Italian Champion with F.C. Inter Milan
Julio César (Brazil), Confederations Cup
José Manuel Pinto (Spain), Spanish Cup Winner with Barcelona
Fernando Muslera (Uruguay), Italian Cup Winner with S.S. Lazio
Johnny Leoni (Switzerland), Swiss Champion with F.C. Zürich
Joey Didulica (Australia), Dutch Champion with AZ Alkmaar
Mariano Andújar (Argentina), Copa Libertadores with Estudiantes
Alexander Dominguez (Ecuador), Copa Sudamericana with LDU Quito
Carlos Arias (Bolivia), Bolivian Champion with Bolívar La Paz
1986 World Cup in Mexico All goalkeepers who qualified for the semifinals wore Reusch gloves: Joel Bats (France), Toni Schumacher (Germany), Nery Pumpido (Argentina), Jean-Marie Pfaff (Belgium), Jean-Marie Pfaff (Belgium) achieves the double with FC Bayern München 2010 Julio César (Brazil), Italian Champion with F.C. Inter Milan
Julio César (Brazil), Italian Cup with F.C. Inter Milan
Julio César (Brazil), Champions League Winner with F.C. Inter Milan
Uros Golubovic (Serbia), Bulgarian Champion with F.C. Litex
Roberto Abbondanzieri (Argentina) and Renan Brito Soares (Brazil),
Copa Libertadores with Internacional de Porto Alegre
José Francisco Cevallos (Ecuador), Recopa Sudamericana with LDU Quito
Julio César (Brazil), UEFA goalkeeper of the year
1988 Hans van Breukelen (Holland), European Champion 2011 Julio César (Brazil), Italian Cup with F.C. Inter Milan
Christian Abbiati (Italy), Italian Champion with A.C. Milan
Marcelo Salgueiro (Argentina), Vasco da Gama, World Champion in beach soccer
Gaston Pezzuti (Argentina), Colombian Champion with Nacional de Medellin
Marcelo Barovero (Argentina) and Fernando Montoya (Colombia),
Argentinian Champion with CA Vélez Sársfield
1990 Bodo Illgner (Germany), World Champion    
1992 Peter Schmeichel (Denmark), European Champion    
1994 Claudio Taffarel (Brazil), World Champion    
1996 Andreas Köpke (Germany), European Champion    
2002 Marcos Reis (Brazil), World Champion    
2003 Dida (Brazil), Champions League, Winner with AC Milan
Roberto Abbondanzieri (Argentina), Intercontinental Cup Winner with Boca Juniors Buenos Aires
   

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