Condition: 9/10 Superb
Size: Adults Small
Chest Measurement: 35-37 Inches / 90-95 CM
Patches: Danmarksmester 2017
Official Adidas FC Copenhagen 'Champions' football shirt from the 2017. Complete with 'Danmarksmester 2017' motif on the chest.
Condition of this original football jersey is 9/10 - Superb (see photos).
After winning the title the previous season, Copenhagen would compete in the 2016-17 Champions League qualifiers. In the playoff round they met APOEL FC, and was faced with the challenge on getting revenge after their tie against them in 2009. The first leg at Parken stadium ended 1–0 to the home team, and in the second leg, Copenhagen equalised in the 86th minute via Federico Santander's shot from a wide angle, qualifying for the group stage, with an aggregate score of 2–1. Copenhagen were subsequently placed in a group with Leicester City, FC Porto and Club Brügge.
They would after 2 wins, 1 loss and 3 draws, finish 3rd in their group and move on to the 2016–17 Europa League Round of 32, where they met Ludogorats, whom they beat 2–1 on aggregate. In the round of 16, they met Ajax Amsterdam. In the first leg at home, Copenhagen won 2-1 after a first-minute goal from Rasmus Falk and a goal in the 59th minute by Andreas Cornelius.
The away leg finished 2–0 to Ajax, and Copenhagen were knocked out of the tournament, with that seasons achievements in the Europa League being their best finish in the competition at the time. Domestically, the season was another season to enjoy for fans of the club. Copenhagen won the league with the closest competition, Brøndby, finishing 24 points behind them. At the time they were crowned champions, following a draw against FC Nordsjælland they were unbeaten in the league, with their first loss of the season coming against FC Midtjylland 2 rounds later, and subsequently another loss against Lyngby BK the round right after.
Copenhagen also reached the cup final, where they met arch-rivals Brøndby. Copenhagen opened the scoring via Andreas Cornelius's first ever goal against the club, with Brøndby responding just 10 minutes later with an equaliser. Copenhagen secured the win with two goals in rapid succession, in the 83rd and 85th minutes, both long balls from defence to attack, scored by Santander and Cornelius respectively, thus resulting in the club from the capital winning their third consecutive cup final, along with their second consecutive domestic double.
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