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Sportfördergruppe der Bundeswehr signed home football shirt 1990/91

Sale price£150
Size & Condition Guide


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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: 10/10

Player: #13

Comments: Shirt used by Die Sportfördergruppe der Bundeswehr of Essen in a football match between 1990-91. This was a football team constructed of service men of the Federal Armed Forces in the Essen region.

Features the "Keine Macht Den Drogen" motif to midriff. The campaign was set up on April 24, 1990 by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge with the help of the federal government. The phrase translates to "No power to drugs".

All shirt details in felt. Autographs throughout torso.

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