Ireland 1990 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to Kelly for the 1990 World Cup.
This was the Republic of Ireland's first ever World Cup Final's experience but after their heroics at Euro '88 nobody was underestimating Jack Charlton's men.
This white away kit was actually worn more than their famous green home shirt at Italia '90, against Egypt, Holland and Italy, as they reached the Quarter Finals before their World Cup adventure was eventually ended by the hosts in Rome. Kelly been in the squad for Euro '88 too but did not make an appearance in the team's five matches played at the tournament here. The striker was a part of the Ireland squad for 10 years between 88-98 and despite winning only 26 caps he went to 3 major tournaments and scored 9 goals for his country.
Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, embroidered FA Ireland crest is machine stitched, light flock Adidas logo, no Opel sponsor like on the commercial replica, made in Ireland, comes from the player’s own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.