2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland)

2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland)
2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland) 2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland) 2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland)

2004 Holland Match Worn GK Yellow Shirt Van Der Sar #1 (v Finland)

£399.99

Condition of shirt - Excellent


Size - XXL 


Condition details - Bright colours, crest, print and match detail are great, slight wear to sleeve patch, nice material feel


Made by - Nike


Player - Legendary world-class shot stopper Edwin van der Sar #1


Player issue features - Correct player size print, FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 sleeve patch and match details all professionally heat pressed, transfer material KNVB crest, yellow colourway not commercially available, swapped with a Finland 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 van der Sar during the 2006 World Cup Group 1 Qualification match against Finland played at ArenA Amsterdam on 13th October 2004. This was the third match of the group so far for the Dutch, having beaten Czech Republic and drawn with Macedonia. The match against Finland finished 3-1 to Holland as they came from behind after a Tainio header gave Finland a 13th minute lead. Sneijder and van Nistelrooy both netted within two minutes of each other shortly before half time to turn the game around, whilst the latter secured the win with a trademark clinical finish to get his second of the match in the 63rd minute. Van der Sar played the full match in goal, contributing to his total of 130 caps, as the side went on to breeze qualification as they topped the group without losing a single match. The legendary keeper is the Netherlands' second most capped player ever, whilst representing the Oranje at the 2 World Cups and 3 European Championships. He is also one of the most decorated and successful footballers ever having won 27 trophies during his career, with the majority of these coming at Ajax and Manchester United