Team: Real Madrid
Measurements: pit to pit: 56cm, length: 69cm
Condition: 8/10 (there's one pull at the bottom left of the front of the shirt, otherwise generally great condition for its age)
Players: Raúl, Redondo, Laudrup, Mijatović, Zamorano, Hierro, Alfonso, Luis Enrique, Guti
Story of the shirt:
This unbelievable purple pinger from Kelme was worn by Madrid for two seasons between 1994 and 1996, surely the golden era of the brand. In the first of those two seasons, 94/95, Madrid were at their strongest, winning La Liga after bolstering their midfield with the controversial signing of Michael Laudrup direct from Barcelona, and picking up Fernando Redondo from S.D. Tenerife. Meanwhile, striker Ivan Zamarano scored 28 goals, enough to earn him the Pichichi Trophy for the league's top scorer. Perhaps most interestingly though – for the Madridistas at least – was the emergence of a new, young strike partner for Zamarano, a 17 year old named Raúl...