Condition: 9/10 Superb
Size: Adult's Extra Large
Chest Measurement: 45-47 Inches / 114-117 CM
Colour: Red, white trim
Player: Mehmet Scholl
Patches: Champions League / 4 times winners
Official Adidas Bayern Munich football shirt from the 2001/02 European season. Complete with Scholl #7 on the back of the shirt, Champions League star ball and four times European Cup winners patches embroidered on the sleeves.
Different to the shirt that the club wore for it's domestic games, this jersey was worn by the club throughout their triumphant 2001/02 Champions League season.
Condition of this original football jersey is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).
Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.
Scholl played for SV Nordwest Karlsruhe (from 1976 to 1982) and Karlsruher SC (from 1982 to 1992) before joining Bayern Munich in July 1992. He stayed at Bayern for the rest of his career, wearing the number 7 shirt. Scholl retired from professional football after the 2006–07 season. In 15 seasons at Bayern he has played in 468 competitive matches for Bayern, scoring 116 goals - 88 of these appearances were in European cup competitions (18 goals).
He was one of the Bundesliga's most successful players, winning the championship eight times. Aged 19, he made his Bundesliga debut on 21 April 1990, coming on for Karlsruher SC in the 78th minute of their away match against 1. FC Köln, and promptly scored his team's fifth goal in the 90th minute.
He has scored 98 goals (11 for Karlsruhe, 87 for Bayern) in 392 Bundesliga matches (58 for Karlsruhe, 334 for Bayern). Scholl has been praised for his technical ability, his creative playmaking, his dribbling skills, and his free kicks. In early 2001, he was voted Player of the Year 2000 by the professional players of the First and Second Bundesliga, and in May 2005, fans voted him one of the eleven greatest Bayern players of all time.
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