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Bellmare Hiratsuka home football shirt 1997/98

Sale price£225
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Size/Measurements

We strongly recommend that you reference the manufacturer's official website if you have any concerns or questions regarding the sizing or measurements of a particular item. We do not accept responsibility for size classifications defined by the manufacturer's label.

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We use the following abbreviations when listing sizes:

 Size Description
YS Youth Small
YM Youth Medium
YL Youth Large
YXL Youth Extra-Large
YXXL Youth XX-Large
XXS XX-Small
XS Extra-Small
S Small
M Medium
L Large
XL Extra-Large
XXL

XX-Large

XXXL XXX-Large

 

In certain cases we may reclassify a size variant to 'best fits as'. In such instances, the alteration is clearly stated in the product's description.

 

Condition

We operate a condition scale of 1-10 which applies to all items. You will find our condition ranking in an item's description.

Due to the nature of vintage products, some items may show signs of ageing. Anything detrimental (eg. holes or marks) will be noted.


Condition: 8/10

Player: #10 Wagner Lopes

Comments: Extremely rare matchworn shirt used by Bellmare Hiratsuka during the 1997 season as they finished 8th in J-League and reached the quarter-finals of the Emperor's Cup. Worn by Brazilian-born striker Wagner Lopes who scored 18 goals in 27 appearances during the campaign.

The squad also included Hidetoshi Nakata, Claudio, Yoshihiro Natsuka, Kazuaki Tasaka, Tomoaki Matsukawa and Yasuharu Sorimachi.

Wagner Lopes who moved from Brazil in 1987 and spent his entire career in Japan, representing numerous teams up until retiring in 2002. Lopes obtained Japanese citizenship in 1997 and won 20 caps for Japan.

Official size JASPO-AD F, fits XL. Slight cracking and wear to number and sponsor on reverse. 

As with the majority of J-League shirts of the 90s, the details and prints are delicate.

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