England 1996 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been match worn by Platt in the Euro 96 Group A match against Holland played at Wembley on the 18th June '96.
This is it, this was the game, probably England's best performance in an international tournament bar 1966.
A simply breathtaking, exhilarating 90 minutes of Three Lions football, blowing the highly rated star-studded Dutch away 4-1 in one of the most iconic displays of all time at Wembley. The finishing and link-up play of Shearer and Sheringham was a joy to behold, Gazza sprinkling the magic in the midfield and Southgate and Adams keeping it tight at the back with Seaman in goal, what a team. Almost perfect, just one thing missing, the sleeve patches.
A mix-up in the kit room meant that England played this one match at the tournament without the Euro 96 and UEFA Fair Play sleeve patches. Platt came on as a 68th minute substitute for Paul Ince. The Arsenal star played the full match against Spain and Germany, scoring England's second spotkick in both shoot-outs before retiring after the tournament with 62 caps and 27 three lions goals to his name.
Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered three lions crest and Umbro logo, no tournament patches worn in this particular match, swapped with a Holland player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.