Recently selling for £4000 at auction, this is Dieter Hoeneß’s Mexico ’86 shirt.

An adidas design, as most (West) Germany shirts are, the item was only expected to reach between £500 and £700 but its significance - as a genuine World Cup shirt issued to a player who appeared in the Final - meant it far surpassed that.

Complete with stripe taping - and “CLIMALITE 2000” patch - stitched on crest, printed adidas “Trefoil” logo and iconic flock number 20 on the reverse, the shirt is collectors’ item that is also an aesthetic masterpiece.

This item was sold by Graham Budd Auctions, a specialist in sporting memorabilia.


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