Oblak's Atletico Madrid Match-Issued Shirt, UCL 2018/19
Take home this yellow Atletico Madrid goalkeeper's shirt issued by the warehouse to Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak for the UEFA Champions League 2018/19.
The Slovenian goalkeeper did not used the yellow shirt for the competition, instead opting for the green and black versions. This aspect in no way affect the value of the item.
- Yellow short-sleeved goalkeeper's shirt
- Issued to Jan Oblak
- Atletico Madrid emblem on chest
- Sponsored by Nike
- Champions League patch on right sleeve
- Europa League Winners 2018 patch on right sleeve
- Respect patch on left sleeve
- Name and number in smooth plastic lettering
- Number 13
- Size L
This item was supplied to the squad for a match, was made available to the players on matchday and differs from the shirts found on general sale.
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