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JEF United Chiba cup away football shirt 1996/97

Sale price£315
Size & Condition Guide


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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
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XS Extra-Small
S Small
M Medium
L Large
XL Extra-Large




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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: 9/10

Player: #4 Kazuhiro Suzuki

Comments: Matchworn cup away shirt used by JEF United during the 1997 campaign in which they reached the 4th round of the Emperor's Cup and the quarter-finals of the J-League Cup (Nabisco Cup).

Worn by defender Kazuhiro Suzuki who spent the first five years of his career at JEF United, making over 100 appearances. 

The squad also included Nenad Maslovar, Rade Bogdanović, Peter Bosz, Satoshi Yamaguchi, Yoshika Matsubara, Nozomi Hiroyama and Yoshikazu Nonomura.

Match-issue shirt size JASPO-XO, not commercially available. The away shirt was only worn on two occasions with this specific sponsor in the Nabisco Cup Group A games against Bellmare Hiratsuka on 15th March 1997 and Shimizu S-Pulse on 19th March 1997.

Light wear to front prints, light damage to rear number.

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

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