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1984 Johan Cruyff Game-Worn #10 Feyenoord Rotterdam Shirt – COA 100% Authentic TeamGo Back
Winning Bid: $1,980.00
Winning Bid: $1,980.00
Auction ends: 2019-11-09 23:40
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A Johan Cruyff Game-Used #10 Feyenoord Rotterdam Shirt dating to the 1983/1984 Season. This shirt was an original piece of squad equipment, and was worn during match play by Dutch legend Johan Cruyff. Cruyff retired following one season in Rotterdam, leading the club to the Eredivisie Title. Upon close inspection, you will come to find this garment in the following condition: The shirt shows it’s age, while remaining in very good condition overall. The club crest remains firmly stitched to the chest. The puma logo has faded, which was common but remains somewhat visible. The Gouden Gids sponsorship patch to the chest remains intact and stitching is solid. The shirt does carry some markings to the chest, as well as some age staining to the white portion of the fabric. The numbers remain firmly stitched to the verso. The black numbers have faded somewhat, and are frayed to the edges. The garment possesses a handful of pulls to the fabric and the occasional loose threads. Overall, stitching is solid throughout, colors remain vibrant while showing it’s age appropriately. The garment carries the familiar scent of age. All of the hallmarks you would come to expect in a garment of this age/time period.
Please take a moment to review the authentication notes provided, as well as the provided photographs:
1. Puma manufactured garment.
2. No size label is visible. The garment appears to resemble somewhere between a modern day M-L. Puma label to inner neckline. Please note: There were 2 known labels appearing during this time period. The first a wider label that was usually sewn to the shirt on two ends. The second was a smaller label which was stitched into the neckline seam, as seen on this garment. Both labels are consistent with this specific time period.
3. Feyenoord Rotterdam club crest stitched to chest.
4. Puma logo applied to chest. Please note: There were variations that occurred during this time period in regards to the Puma logo. In rarer instances, the Puma logo was smaller, and facing the opposite direction. More commonly, as seen on this example, the Puma logo was larger and facing to the left. Additionally, in rare instances the Puma logo was embroidered with a black border. More commonly, as seen in this example, the Puma logos were a felt applied logo that often wore off over time. Photographic examples exist of players playing in shirts with the Puma logo already faded off.
5. Gouden Gids sponsorship patch stitched to front center in cloth. Please note: Variation & inconsistencies existed with the main sponsorship logo. In some cases, the logo was stitched higher up to the chest, fairly close to the neckline. In other cases, the logo was stitched lower on the shirt more central to the chest. One is not more common than the other, rather just an inconsistency that occurred while these logos were hand sewn to the garments by Feyenoord. The size and shape of the patch was also wildly inconsistent. Some larger than others, some thinner than others, and even the font size varied at times.
6. Cruyff’s squad #10 stitched to back in black twill.
7. Appropriate Puma identifiers throughout.
8. Additional details apply.
An iconic Cruyff example from his final season as a professional footballer. This item has been procured from a private collection in the Netherlands, originating from a collection relating to the career of Albert Fafie. This wonderful item will come presented inside a lovely black gift box for future safe keeping.