10% DISCOUNT ON YOUR FIRST ORDER: USE CODE ‘RVFINTRO10'

Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6

Barcelona 09/10 • Home Shirt • M • Xavi #6

Vendor
Nike
Regular price
€90,00
Sale price
€90,00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

Team: Barcelona

Season: 09/10

Brand: Nike

Size: M

Measurements: pit to pit: 54cm, length: 70cm

Kit: Home

Condition: 8/10 (condition of shirt is very good, there's minor cracking to the 'Unicef' logo and there are some faint marks to the number section of nameset, see photos)

Players: Xavi, Messi, Iniesta, Ibrahimovic, Henry, Puyol, Busquets, Yaya Toure, Pique

Story of the shirt:

The 09/10 season saw the arrival of iconic striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Camp Nou. The Swede arrived on a swap deal from Inter Milan, with both Samuel Eto'o AND €46 million going to the San Siro in return. Although failing to defend their Champions League title, Barça did win La Liga, the FIFA World Club Cup, the UEFA Supercup and the Spanish Supercup under the continued guidance of manager Pep Guardiola. Meanwhile a then 22-year old Leo Messi scored an incredible 47 goals in 53 appearances for the club, setting a new record for himself, and was also named as FIFA World Player of the Year and winner of the Ballon d'Or. Xavi, pulling the strings for Barcelona at this time alongside Andres Iniesta, finished third in both of the aforementioned prizes and was invaluable for the club, topping La Liga's assists charts.