Team: Manchester United
Measurements: pit to pit: 59cm, length: 75cm
Players: Beckham, Scholes, Giggs, Neville, Keane, Solskjaer, Cole, Sheringham, Yorke, Stam, Irwin
Story of the shirt:
Away shirt worn by United across two seasons. The first, 97/98, was a major disappointment by United's standards, with the Red Devils missing out on the league to Wenger's Arsenal and finishing the season with only the Charity Shield to show for themselves. 98/99, however, remains one of the club's most successful seasons, as they won a historic treble, claiming the Premier League, the FA Cup and, of course, the Champions League in the dying seconds against Bayern.
This particular design's most memorable outing was probably in the FA Cup semi-final reply against Arsenal, when Ryan Giggs scored perhaps his most famous goal – a stunning solo effort – to send them to the final.