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"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt
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"Kalle" Retro Football Shirt

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Internazionale MecSport Away: 1984-85

Large: 105-110cm

A.  Pit-to-Pit:   ~53 cm
B.  Length:       ~72 cm
C.  Sleeve:        ~65 cm 


Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Vintage Shirt 

This classic football shirt has been authentically reproduced to exacting detail. The material is our unique GOLACRYL™ woven acrylic polyester, identical to the classic shirt Rummenigge wore on his Serie A debut season in the above video.

The Mec Sport “Butterfly” logo and the Scudetto Star are embroidered separately on patches and then stitched onto the shirt, as was done at the time. The No.11 is heat-applied flock material. The classic MISURA sponsor has been print-painted onto the shirt.

Please follow care instructions closely: may shrink if not followed. 

 

 Kalle 

 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, one of West Germany’s greatest ever players.

Starting his career at Bayern München in 1974, he scored 217 goals in 422 games over a 10-year period for Germany’s most successful club. He left Bayern for Serie A in the summer of 1984 for a then eye-watering €5.7m.

He ended up spending 3 years in Italy scoring 42 goals in a 107 appearances. He played in almost 100 games for West Germany scoring in nearly every other game, winning the 1980 European Championships and reaching consecutive World Cup Finals in 1982 and 1986.

 

Please note that for Trademark reasons we cannot reproduce the crest of the club in question.