2002 Vampeta Game-Worn Jersey Brazil National Team – COAGo Back
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Marcos André Batista dos Santos, best known as Vampeta is a former Brazilian professional football player and current coach of Grêmio Osasco. A former midfielder, he represented Brazil from 1998 until 2002, winning the Copa América and the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Vampeta, his nickname, is a fusion of the words “vampiro” (Portuguese for vampire) and “capeta” (Portuguese slang for devil).
The shirt is made by Nike [size] small [made in Brazil]. Nike is superior in quality and comfort and it is exclusively designed for the players. The numbers (“16”), letters, CBF badge is a patch and the Nike logo are the correct size and are heat applied and made of a special rubber material. The shirt does not have any wash tags inside. The provenance indicates this was worn 03/07/02 against Iceland. Overall, shows great wear with a worn away collar tag.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team & Provenance Letter