5 Most Expensive Football Jerseys In History

5 Most Expensive Football Jerseys In History

The Top5  Most Expensive Jerseys In Football History

 

1. Diego Maradona’s 1986 World Cup quarter-final jersey:

This shirt sold for £7.1 million. This was the number 10 jersey worn by the Argentine

footballer when he scored the legendary hand of God goal in Argentina’s 2-1 quarter-final victory against England in 1986.

2. Pele 1970 World Cup Last Jersey:

This was the Brazilian striker’s final World Cup appearance. The jersey he wore that day was sold for £157,750.

 

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3. Geoff Hurst 1966 World Cup final jersey:

George Hurst is the only player to have scored a hat-trick in a World Cup final, helping England defeat West Germany in 1966.

The jersey the former England striker wore in the 1996 World Cup final was sold for £91,750.

4. Boycho Velichkov’s jersey from a friendly match against England in 1986:

this shirt was sold for £1,240.

5. Tout Joueur jersey from a friendly match versus Scotland in 1990:

this shirt sold for £1,190.

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