2006-07 Czech Republic Home Shirt Size Small
Team: Czech Republic
Era: 2006-07 (Used for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and the 2008 UEFA European Championships qualifying campaign)
This shirt is excellent, almost new condition! The material shows very little sign of wear, and the condition of the Puma logo and crest are nothing short of outstanding!
Pit to Pit Measurement: 21 inches
Shirt Length: 27 inches
Made in Puma’s new shirt mould ahead of the 2006-07 season; this shirt is not as fitted as the Puma shirts of today, and consequently, this shirt may in fact be better suited to a size large.
Karel Bruckner’s super talented Czech Republic were expected to romp to the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany following their stellar showing at Euro 2004, however, the play-off’s would be required before sealing their place at the tournament finals. A match-day 1 victory over the United States would be the highlight as they were knocked out at the group stage. Pavel Nedved would announce his retirement from the national set up later that year, however they’d quickly rediscover their mojo and reached the finals of Euro 2008 at the first time of asking; ousting Germany 3-0 in Germany en route to topping the qualifying group. The home shirt would make its debut in the 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia on May 26th 2006, and be seen for the final time in the aforementioned victory over Germany in Munich. This edition of the shirt is from the World Cup in Germany as the Germany 2006 embroidery denotes, moreover, this shirt features the brilliant implementation of the lion of the Czech coat of arms as part of the main design of the shirt. While the material of the shirt is quite firm and dense, the blue elements of the shirt are stretchy and flexible, giving ease to taking the shirt off or pulling the shirt on.
The notable players that season(s) were:
Marek Heinz, Milan Baros, Vratislav Lokvenc, Jan Koller, Jiri Stajner, Tomas Rosicky, Karel Poborsky, Pavel Nedved, Jan Polak, Jaroslav Plasil, Libor Sionko, Tomas Galasek, David Jarolim, Zdenek Grygera, Pavel Mares, Radoslav Kovac, Marek Jankulovski, Martin Jiranek, Tomas Ujfalusi, David Rozehnal, Petr Cech
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