Condition: 7/10 Good. Some line pulls running down from the collar. Some stitching wear around the lower hem
Size: Adult's Small
Chest Measurement: 34-36 Inches / 88-92 CM
Colour: Navy blue, white trim
Material: Polyester / Nylon
Seasons: 1985/1986 & 1986/1987 & 1987/1988
Official Umbro Scotland home football shirt from the 1985/86 international season.
Condition of this original football jersey is 7/10 - Good. Some line pulls running down from the collar. Some stitching wear around the lower hem (see photos).
Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.
Scotland qualified for the 1986 FIFA World Cup, their fourth in succession, in traumatic circumstances. The squad went into their last qualification match against Wales needing a point to progress to a qualifying playoff against Australia. With only nine minutes remaining and Wales leading 1–0, Scotland were awarded a penalty kick, which was calmly scored by Davie Cooper.
The 1–1 draw meant that Scotland progressed, but as the players and fans celebrated, Stein suffered a heart attack and died shortly afterwards. His assistant Alex Ferguson took over. Scotland qualified by winning 2–0 against Australia in a two-leg playoff, but were eliminated from the tournament with just one point from their three matches, a goalless draw with Uruguay following defeats by Denmark and West Germany.
In July 1986, Andy Roxburgh was the surprise appointment as the new manager of Scotland. Scotland did not succeed in qualifying for Euro 1988, but their 1–0 away win over Bulgaria in the final fixture in November 1987 helped Ireland to a surprise first-place finish and qualification for the finals in West Germany.
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