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Up for auction on Ebay : ENGLAND #6 Bobby MOORE Match Worn Shirt 1970 World Cup
The seller added the following : Welcome to the Greatest Collection of Shirts I have ever obtained.
The collection is accumulated by Match Worn Shirts of the Derby County Talisman (1971-1985) Stephen Powell. The Shirts in the Collection are a Tulsa Roughnecks #16 Shirt & Shorts 1979, Derby County Coaching Training Jacket 1989/1990, Derby County Coaching Training Sweater 1988/1989, England Youth #6 Shirt 1973, England Intermediate #10 Long Sleeved Shirt 1974, England Intermediate #15 Long Sleeved Shirt 1974, England Intermediate #6 Shirt 1975 Vs Scotland (Last International Game), England #6 Bobby Moore 1970 World Cup Quarter-Finals Shirt Vs Germany (Only ever used once, light shirt with mesh material), Albany Capitals #6 Shirt 1989, Albany Capitals #7 Shirt 1989, ASL All-Stars #6 Shirt 1988, EFSA Long Sleeved Red Shirt, EFSA Long Sleeved White Shirt, UEFA #4 Blue Shirt (Need more information), UEFA #7 Blue Shirt (Need more information), Colorado Foxes #4 Shirt 1990, England Tie, Spartak Trnava 1967/1968 Cap.
The COA I can only offer is the PayPal Statement from Steve Powell in which I bought the collection off him for an Undisclosed Fee. However, the shirts speak the COA for themselves.
On offer is an England Shirt Worn by Bobby Moore in the Classic 3-2 Extra Time Loss to West Germany in the World Cup Quarter-Finals. Moore Played the Entire Game in front of 23,357 at the Estadio Guanajuato, Leon, Mexico.
THE SHIRT WAS ONLY PRODUCED ONCE FOR THIS MATCH ONLY. ***One of the Rarest Shirts in History***
England designated red as one of their alternate colours for the World Cup 1970 final tournament. They wore this special light-weight summer version of their red-white-red strip once, in the 3-2 World Cup final tournament extra-time loss to West Germany in Estadio Guanajuato, León, México on 14 June 1970.
The shirt is Very Light Weight and has tiny holes all over the shirt. The Number 6 is Stitched on the back of the shirt. Has a Small Rip at the Bottom of the shirt from the Match. I am not 100% sure but Steve Powell became friends with Bobby Moore and obtained the shirt from him.
The Shirt is a Large Size, although is a Vintage Fit.
Made by Umbro.
From : www.footballshirtculture.com