Bale Real Madrid match issued/worn shirt, UEFA Champions League 2014 Final in Lisbon
Gareth Bale's match issued/worn Real Madrid shirt from the 2014 Champions League Final!
This is the white home model issued for/worn by Gareth Bale during the UEFA Champions League 2014 final, Real Madrid - Atletico Madrid, which took place in Lisbon on May 24, 2014. Real Madrid won the match in extra time, Bale scored the goal that put Real ahead and on their way to lift the coveted Decima.
- Match issued/match worn white jersey with long-sleeves
- Patch celebrating 9 Champions League on the left sleeve
- Official competition patch on the left sleeve
- Real Madrid crest on the chest
- Details of the match in thin plastic on the chest
- Name and number applied in thin plastic
- #11 - Size 8
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