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2019 SC Internacional Away Shirt Size Small


  • £39.99


Team: SC Internacional

Brand: Nike

Era: 2019 (Used for the 2019 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and for the 1st Leg of the 2019 Copa da Brasil Final)

Name/Number: -


This shirt comes to you in nothing short of excellent condition with the club crest, material, respective sponsor decal and Nike swoosh showing little to no wear at all.


Size: Small

Pit to Pit Measurement: 17.5 inches

Shirt Length: 28.0 inches

Made by Nike in their ‘Dri-Fit’ range of shirts of which they introduced in 2019 – this shirt provides close to the perfect fitted size small football shirt!


Nike’s final presentation of SC International’s kits in 2019 saw their relationship end after seven years with Adidas taking over the reigns in 2020. For their final away shirt of their tenure – they would bring the sash design back to follow in the footsteps of the 2015 away shirt; making it just the second time the sash away design was used since 1996. Unlike its predecessor from four years ago; the 2019 edition employs no red accents on the collar or bands of the sleeves and unlike the long sash wish adorned the 2015 away shirt – the new iteration employs a wider angled, almost half sash which blends into the Banrisul sponsorship to create a wonderful design to end the relationship on an artistically acclaimed note. In the final decade of the 2010’s – Internacional would finish as runners up in the 2019 Campeonato Gaúcho before being beaten by Gremio in the Play-Off Final. They would reach the final of the Copa do Brasil only to be beaten by Athletico Paranaense before ending the 2019 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A in 7th place.


2018 would end on a high note for ‘Colorado’ as they finished 3rd in the 2018 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A following their promotion from Serie B! The Rio Grande do Sul outfit would start 2019 with the Campeonato Gaúcho and after seeing off Sao Luiz in the opening game on 20th January; defeats to Pelotas and Sao Jose would give Gremio the initiative to win the round robin tournament as Internacional had to settle for 2nd place. In the Play-Off, the would reach the final but would become undone once again by Gremio who would win on penalties in the 2nd Leg on 18th April.

The 2019 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A season would begin nine days later on 27th April away against Chapecoense where Inter were beaten 2-0. After beating the 2018 runners-up - Flamengo in their next run out, they would be beaten by the champions – Palmeiras. Odair Hellmann’s side would enjoy one of their best spell of the season shortly after when they defeated Cruzeiro, CSA and Avai while battling to a 0-0 stalemate against Santos. Inconsistency would betray the team through June until August 2019 as they went 3-4-2 in their next nine outs.

September saw an upturn in fortunes as they defeated: Botafogo, Sao Paulo, Athletico Mineiro and Chapecoense in succession to move into 4th place after twenty games played. Typical of their season – Internacional would need to wait another five games before they registered their next victory when they defeated Avai on 17th October. Although they would only win three of their remaining twelve games of the league season; the season would at least end on a high note when they complete the double over Athletico Mineiro on the final day of the season to end the 2019 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A season in 7th place.

In the final Copa do Brasil of the 2010’s – Internacional would valiantly overcome the challenges of: Paysandu, Palmeiras and the 2018 Copa do Brasil winners – Cruzeiro to set up a final against Athletico Paranaense. In the 1st Leg on 11th September at the Arena da Baixada; Paranaense would win 1-0 before winning the 2nd Leg at the Estadio Beira-Rio seven days later to deny the Grande do Sul based team a second national cup title.

Internacional’s first appearance in the Copa Libertadores since 2015 saw them drawn in Group A alongside: Alianza Lima, Palestino and River Plate and the Brazilian side would go unbeaten en route to finishing 1st in the group. They would be drawn against Uruguayan giants – Nacional and Paolo Guerrero would score both home and away to help Internacional to 3-0 aggregate qualification to the quarter final. In the all-Brazilian tie with Flamengo they would be beaten 3-1 on aggregate as they bowed out to the eventual tournament winners.

The notable players that season were:

Paolo Guerrero, Guilherme Parede, Nicolás López, Neilton, Pedro Lucas, Rafael Sobis, Santiago Tréllez, Andrés D'Alessandro, Wellington Silva, William Pottker, Martín Sarrafiore, Rodrigo Lindoso, Rodrigo Dourado, Rithely, Patrick, Nonato, Matheus Galdezani, Edenilson, Zeca, Uendel, Rodrigo Moledo, Roberto, Klaus, Iago, Emerson Santos, Dudu, Victor Cuesta, Bruno Fuchs, Bruno, Daniel, Danilo Fernandes, Marcelo Lomba

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