Cassio Brandao, a 41-year-old Google worker from Brazil, achieved a Guinness World Record in April. He gathered an amazing 6,101 soccer shirts. His collection includes special items like Pele’s jerseys and a 1998 World Cup shirt signed by Ronaldo. For Brandao, these shirts are more than just fabric; they hold soccer history. He carefully manages them at the “Alambrado Soccer & Culture” club, which he started in Sao Paulo. The club, with 60 members, is a place to swap stories and trade jerseys, some worth up to 40,000 reais ($7,400). Brandao’s collection includes Pele’s 1968 shirt from his meeting with Queen Elizabeth, a 1994 Brazil jacket worn by Lewis Hamilton at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, and jerseys from Corinthians featuring Ronaldo and Socrates. Each shirt, Brandao explains, tells a story of success, challenges, and determination. His passion for keeping and sharing these items shows his deep love for soccer’s cultural heritage, making his collection valuable for fans and historians alike.