1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark

1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark
1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark 1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark 1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark

1998 Norway Match Worn Away Shirt #6 (Flo) v Denmark

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£149.99

Condition of shirt - Mint


Size - Large


Condition details - Pristine material look and feel, badges are stitched, print is superb


Made by - Umbro


Player - Werder Bremen attacking midfielder Håvard Flo #6


Player issue features - Correct player size print professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered crest, flag and Umbro logo, swapped with a Denmark player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided


Notes - Ultra rare player shirt believed to have been worn by Flo during a friendly match against Denmark played at Idraetsparken, Copenhagen on 22nd April 1998. Both sides had qualified for France '98 and were looking to build some momentum going into the tournament. Norway came out victorious with a 2-0 win after goals from Leonhardsen and Tore Andre Flo either side of half time. Flo started the match and played up until the 78th minute when he was replaced by Vidar Riseth. He made a total of 26 caps for his country between 1996-2004, scoring 7 goals. This included featuring in all 3 group matches at the '98 World Cup, as well as the Round of 16 tie against Italy, which the Norwegians lost 1-0. The midfielder spent most of his career in Norway where he played for Sogndal over a couple of spells, whilst also playing abroad for AGF, Bremen and Wolves