Scotland 1996 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been match worn by Durie in the Euro 96 Group A match against Holland played at Villa Park, Birmingham on the 10th June '96.
This was their opening match of the tournament and Scotland resisted the star-studded Dutch line-up to hold on for a creditable 0-0 draw.
Durie started the match as part of the versatile front three with Gallacher and Booth and played the full 90 minutes. Holland created the better chances but overall a draw was a fair result. Craig Brown's men would not be able to hold out against England and Gazza at Wembley though but were very unfortunate not to progress to the Quarter Finals after beating Switzerland in their final game, they missed out to Holland only on goals scored. Durie started all of the side's matches at Euro 96 and was a veteran of the Italia '90 and Euro 92 squads and later went to France '98 winning 43 caps in total scoring 7 goals. This iconic tartan design home shirt was worn by Scotland in all of the games at the tournament and goes down in history as an all-time classic.
Correct player size flock print and embroidered Euro 96 and UEFA Fair Play patches professionally heat pressed, fully embroidered crest and Umbro logo, swapped with a Holland player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.