Condition: 7/10 Good. Manufacturer logo faded on chest. Some light bobbles. A faded #31 on the rear. The crest has been replaced. The previous crest was larger (outline can still be seen)
Size: Adult’s Medium
Chest Measurement: 38-40 Inches / 97-101 CM
Colour: Blue, white & red trim
Material: Polyester / Cotton
Seasons: 1985/1986 - 1988/1989
Official Adidas France home football shirt from the 1985/86 international season.
This jersey was manufactured for the Asian territories, hence the Asian was / care label inside the garment.
Condition of this classic football jersey is 7/10 - Good. Manufacturer logo faded on chest. Some light bobbles. A faded #31 on the rear. The crest has been replaced. The previous crest was larger (outline can still be seen) (see photos).
France earned their first major international honor two years later, winning UEFA Euro 1984, which they hosted. Under the leadership of Platini, who scored a tournament-high nine goals, France defeated Spain 2–0 in the final. Platini and Bruno Bellone scored the goals. Following the Euro triumph, Hidalgo departed the team and was replaced by former international Henri Michel.
France later completed the hat-trick when they won gold at the 1984 Summer Olympics football tournament and, a year later, defeated Uruguay 2–0 to win the Artemio Franchi Trophy, an early precursor to the FIFA Confederations Cup. Dominique Rocheteau and José Touré scored the goals. In a span of a year, France were holders of three of the four major international trophies. At the 1986 FIFA World Cup, France were favorites to win the competition, and, for the second consecutive World Cup, reached the semi-finals where they faced West Germany. Again, however, they lost. A 4–2 victory over Belgium gave France third place.
In 1988, the French Football Federation opened the Clairefontaine National Football Institute. Its opening ceremony was attended by then-President of France, François Mitterrand. Five months after Clairefontaine's opening, manager Henri Michel was fired and was replaced by Michel Platini, who failed to get the team to the1990 FIFA World Cup.
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