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The Prize

Win this white West Germany home shirt, worn by the former Nurnberg and Schalke 04 striker Dieter Eckstein for the match against Italy for the Group 1 qualifiers of the 1988 European Nation's Championship.

The game was played at the Rheinstadion in Dusseldorf on June 10, 1988 and ended in a 1-1 tie, with goals by Roberto Mancini and Andreas Brehme.

Eckstein made his entrance onto the field at the 82nd minute of the second half. 

The shirt has not been washed and shows evident signs of wear.  


  • Short-sleeve home shirt 
  • Germany emblem sewn on chest 
  • Sponsored by Adidas
  • Number applique in flock
  • #16, Size L

The Cause

The mission at the heart of Theodora is to contribute to the wellbeing of children in hospitals, hospices and specialist care centers by providing visits from professional performers who have been trained to work in a medical environment.

At the Theodora Children’s Charity, we believe that laughter is the best medicine. Our Giggle Doctors visit children in hospitals, hospices and specialist care centers across England. By combining music, play, magic and storytelling these professional performers bring magical moments to brave children in challenging times. We believe that EVERY sick or disabled child should get the giggles that only a Giggle Doctor can bring.

Our Giggle Doctors are professional performers, highly trained to work both in the medical environment and with children with disabilities. They come from a wide range of backgrounds and bring with them a variety of skills (among our team are actors, entertainers, magicians, musicians and singers). The training consists of a rigorous schedule of artistic and medical workshops, which cover topics such as child development, infection control, child bereavement and the impact of illness and bereavement on families.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P18193


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