Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Vintage Fifa World Cup Jersey Part 2

Vintage Fifa World Cup Italia 1990

1986-1990 Italy Home

Design - Diadora

Players - Bergomi, Baresi, Berti, Baggio, Ancelotti

Vintage home jersey as worn in the 1990 World Cup Semi-Final against Argentina, Italy were eliminated after losing 3-2 on penalties

1990 West Germany Match Worn Home

Design - Adidas

Players - Berthold, Brehme, Kohler, Moller, Klinsmann, Voller, Riedle, Thom, Matthaus, Sammer, Kirsten

Classic home jersey as worn in the 1990 World Cup Final against Argentina in the Stadio Olimpico, Rome. West Germany won 1-0 thanks to a 85 minute penalty from Brehme after a foul on Rudi Voller y Roberto Sensini.

1990 Uruguay Home

Design - Puma

Players - Sosa, Paz, Enzo Francescoli, Ostolaza

Extremely rare home jersey as worn in Italia 90, when the side failed to progress from the group stages, with a draw against Spain, and defeat to Belgium and a 1-0 win over South Korea

1990-1992 Cameroon Home

Design - Adidas

Players - Oman Biyick, Roger Milla, Makanky, Massing

They beat the Argies, gave England a fright and Roger Milla became a legend in this Vintage home jersey at Italia 1990, very rare and collectable.

1990-1992 England Home

Design - Umbro

Players - David Platt, Gary Lineker, Gazza, Waddle, Smith, Gascoigne, Pearce

Worn against Germany in the Semi Final in Italia90, Famous for Gazza crying his eyes out after that yellow card that would have kept him out of the final, and Lineker doing the international gesture for “keep an eye on him”

1990-1994 England Tracksuit Top

Design - Umbro

Very rare vintage Umbro track top issued to England U18's of which some went on to play for the senior team, very collectable

1990-1992 USA Away

Design - Adidas

Players - Ramos, Vermes, Caligiuri, Murray

Very vintage design released for the World Cup in 1990, but USA didn't get past the group stages and this shirt was never worn

1990-1993 England Away

Design - Umbro

Players - Gascoigne, Platt, Pearce, Waddle, Parker

Away jersey which was in use in the World Cup in italy 1990, and the European Championships in 1992, but never used

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