Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Little wear to the motif near the lower hem. A few small light bobbles on the lower front
Size: Adult’s Large
Chest Measurement: 41-43 Inches / 104-109 CM
Colour: Navy, white & tartan trim
Seasons: 1998/1999 & 1999/2000
Official Umbro Scotland home football shirt from the 1998/99 international season.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. Little wear to the motif near the lower hem. A few small light bobbles on the lower front (see photos).
New manager Craig Brown successfully guided Scotland to the 1996 European Championship tournament. The first game against the Netherlands ended 0–0, raising morale ahead of a much anticipated game against England at Wembley Stadium. Gary McAllister missed a penalty kick and a goal by Paul Gascoigne led to a 2–0 defeat. Scotland recovered to beat Switzerland 1–0 with a goal by Ally McCoist. England taking a 4–0 lead in the other match briefly put both teams in a position to qualify, but a late goal for the Netherlands meant that Scotland were once again knocked out on goal difference.
Brown again guided Scotland to qualification for a major tournament in 1998, and Scotland were drawn against Brazil in the opening game of the 1998 World Cup. John Collins equalised from the penalty spot to level the score at 1–1, but a Tom Boyd own goal led to a 2–1 defeat. Scotland drew their next game 1–1 with Norway in Bordeaux, but the final match against Morocco ended in an embarrassing 3–0 defeat.
During the qualification for the 2000 European Championship, Scotland faced England in a two-legged playoff nicknamed the "Battle of Britain" by the media. Scotland won the second match 1–0 with a goal by Don Hutchison, but lost the tie 2–1 on aggregate.
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