Condition of shirt - Excellent
Size - XL
Condition details - Bright colours, smooth material feel, printing is great, some noticeable mud marks
Made by - Puma
Player - Sparta Prague midfielder Martin Frýdek #11
Player issue features - Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, machine stitched crest and Puma logo printed within the material, made from 65% polyester and 35% cotton in Germany, design not commercially available, swapped with a Holland player and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided
Notes - Extremely rare player shirt believed to have been worm by Frýdek in the 1996 UEFA European Championship Group 5 match against Holland played at Letná Stadium, Prague on the 26th April '95. The two sides had drawn 0-0 in Rotterdam in the previous game and it looked like being hard work here when Wim Jonk gave the visitors an early lead. Dusan Uhrin's men hit back emphatically though and turned the match around to win 3-1. Skuhravý, Němeček and Berger got the goals which put the Czech's clear at the top of the group. They would stay there too, qualifying for their first tournament as the Czech Republic as group winners. Frýdek played 45 minutes before being replaced and would also be in the squad for Euro 96 who finished as runners-up in England '96. The midfielder won 29 caps between 1994 and 1997.