World Record: The biggest T-shirt in the world created from 500,000 recycled bottles.

We have witnessed many incredible records become official Guinness World Records throughout the years. The most latest of the group is the largest T-shirt in the entire globe!


This T-shirt, which is the size of a rugby pitch, was created in Romania from recycled materials by Asociatia 11even, Kaufland Romania, and Federatia Romana. Here are some other facts.

The T-shirt is sized 108 m

The T-shirt’s design is an updated version of Romania’s national flag, with a tricolor belt that is also used on the Romanian rugby team’s official jersey. Unveiled on March 27, it is sized at a whopping 108.96 m (357.48 ft) long and 73.48 m (241.08 ft) broad!

Following the event, the t-shirt was divided into 10,000 separate pieces of apparel for underprivileged children.

All recyclable materials were used to create it

Five lakh recycled bottles were reportedly used in the T-shirt’s construction, according to sources! They supposedly spent more than three weeks gathering these bottles and another month sewing them together.
The record, according to Asociatia 11even, is a component of a recycling initiative to encourage recycling among children and adults in Romania and to include them in the global record.

To encourage recycling, the record was created

More than 120 people contributed to the record’s creation

At the T-shirt distribution event held at Bucharest’s Arcul de Triumf National Rugby Stadium, over 120 volunteers from local rugby teams participated. The T-shirt’s debut reportedly took one entire day.


A group of engineers working on the scene handled the difficulties that arose when the T-shirt was unveiled.

Specialists took measurements of the T-shirt

Adjudicator Joanne Brent presented Asociatia 11even and parties with their official certificate on April 22 after Guinness World Records verified the proof.
Surveyor specialists were employed to measure the T-shirt before the record was verified.
There were about 2,000 individuals there for the news conference that followed the incident.

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