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Cantabria home football shirt 2001/03

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Condition: 8/10

Player: #10

Comments: Home shirt believed to be worn by Selección de fútbol de Cantabria during the 2001 Regions Cup qualifiers for the tournament in 2003.

The team consists of players from the autonomous community of Cantabria that represents the Royal Cantabrian Football Federation. Since it is not a member of FIFA, UEFA, or the International Olympic Committee, the Cantabrian senior team cannot participate in official tournaments, and only plays friendly matches at the international level. However, in lower categories it participates in the official competitions organized by the Royal Spanish Football Federation, and since 1999 the Cantabria amateur team has competed in the UEFA Regions Cup.

Notable players include Ivan Helguera, Paco Gento, Pedro Munitis, Chili, Inaki Bollain and Fernando Tocornal.

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