Maradona and players Signed Match Worn Argentina Shirt 1994
Take home this light-blue and white Argentina national football team shirt, an official 1994 season shirt worn by the Argentinian former forward Diego Armando Maradona and signed by the best players!
A match worn shirt, when he played in several warm up games for the 1994 World Cup. This shirt is non specific to a game, as it could be one of six games El Pibe de Oro played in, as did most of the players who also signed the shirt.
The Shirt has been signed by the following players:
Diego Armando Maradona, Oscar Ruggeri, Gabriel Batistuta, Diego Simeone, Roberto Sensini, Jose Chamot, Albel Balbo, Jose Basualdo, Luis Islas and the coach Alfio Basileidas.
- The Shirt's Adidas logo starts with the A in the white and ends in the white with S as per player's shirts.
- The Argentian badge is within the blue badge.
- The Argentian badge is in line with the Adidas logo.
- The shirt is long sleeved.
- The shirt includes the T4 tag.
- The shirt includes made in Argentina tag.
- Size: T4
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