Condition: - 7/10 – Good. Couple of small light shadow marks on the front. Size details faded inside the collar (see photos).
Shirt Size: - Adults Extra Large
Chest Measurement: - 44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM
Shirt Manufacturer: - Nike
Shirt Colour: - Yellow, navy trim
Shirt Material: - Polyester
Seasons: - 2005/2006
Player: - N/A
Patches: - N/A
Official Nike Arsenal away football shirt from the 2005/2006 season.
Condition of this vintage football shirt is 7/10 – Good. Couple of small light shadow marks on the front. Size details faded inside the collar (see photos).
Material is bright, vivid and smooth. All patches are all also in superb condition. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collection of your own.
The club's success in the late 1990s and first decade of the 21st century owed a great deal to the 1996 appointment of Arsène Wenger as manager. Wenger brought new tactics, a new training regime and several foreign players who complemented the existing English talent. Arsenal won a second League and Cup double in 1997–98 and a third in 2001–02. In addition, the club reached the final of the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup (losing on penalties to Galatasaray), were victorious in the 2003 and 2005 FA Cups, and won the Premier League in 2003–04 without losing a single match, an achievement which earned the side the nickname "The Invincibles". The feat came within a run of 49 league matches unbeaten from 7 May 2003 to 24 October 2004, a national record.
Arsenal finished in either first or second place in the league in eight of Wenger's first eleven seasons at the club, although on no occasion were they able to retain the title. As of July 2013, they were one of only five teams, the others being Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, and Manchester City, to have won the Premier League since its formation in 1992. Arsenal had never progressed beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League until 2005–06; in that season they became the first club from London in the competition's fifty-year history to reach the final, in which they were beaten 2–1 by Barcelona. In July 2006, they moved into the Emirates Stadium, after 93 years at Highbury.