Northern Ireland 1984 British Champions Home Shirt

Classy modern reproduction of the shirt worn by Northern Ireland directly between their appearances at the 1982 and 1986 World Cups.  

During that period they won the last ever British Championship Tournament - their third - in 1984.  The trophy was permanently awarded to the Irish FA, making Northern Ireland British Champions to this day. 

Also worn in the qualifying rounds for the Mexico 1986 World Cup Finals.

This is a stunning looking shirt with pristine striped fabric, 3 white stripes on each sleeve, and high-quality embroidered trefoil logo & national crest.

Who wore it?
Sammy McIlroy, Norman Whiteside, Dave McCreery & Alan McDonald (R.I.P.) 

Exclusive to 3in1 Football, this is your chance to own the shirt of the reigning British Champions!

Manchester United 1986-88 Blue 3rd Shirt

Very rare blue 3rd kit which was worn only against Southampton in the two seasons from 1986-1988. One of the most beautiful shirts in Manchester United's history.

Worn by players such as Norman Whiteside and Bryan Robson, this shirt is a testament to the imaginative designs of the 1980s shirts.

Intricate patterned fabric, flock velvet SHARP sponsor, full embroidered club crest and logo, this shirt is very collectable. 

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Liverpool 1985-86 Double Winners Home Shirt

Liverpool kit with the Liver Bird logo and commemorative embroidery to mark their historic double in the 1985-86 campaign. 

With top quality flock velvet "Crown Paints" sponsor, this is considered a favourite among Liverpool supporters, this modern day reproduction of a landmark shirt is a timeless classic.

Worn by legends such as Kenny Dalglish, Ian Rush, Jan Molby and Alan Hansen, this is your chance to own a highly sought after piece of football memorabilia.

Manchester United 1978-79 Centenary 3rd Shirt

This third shirt from 1978 to 1980 was a blue Admiral effort to commemorate the centenary of the club (including its days as Newton Heath).

Blue had not normally been a colour associated with United but, obviously, was the colour the club wore on its greatest day in the previous 100 years - the 1968 Wembley triumph in the European Cup, and when the decision came to release a centenary selection, blue simply had to feature in the design for at least one of the kits.

It was worn for the games at Southampton in 78/79 and 79/80 (Andy Ritchie scored in a 1-1 draw in the former, while Gordon McQueen scored United’s goal in an identical result in the latter) and the 2-0 defeat at Liverpool on Boxing Day 1979. 

Its appearance at Anfield  gave the kit the distinction of being the last away colours worn by Manchester United in the hugely iconic 1970s. That line up is as followed - Bailey, Nicholl, Houston, McIlroy, McQueen, Buchan, Coppell, Wilkins, Jordan, Macari, Thomas. The substitute was Ashley Grimes.

Thank you to Wayne Barton for the shirt history.

Material: 100% cotton with original Manufacturer's label
Embroidered manufacturer's logo and custom club crest
This shirt has never been released as a replica!
You will not find this for sale anywhere else!

Sure to turn heads and bring back those great memories, this rare 3rd shirt is a must-have for any Manchester united fan!

Brazil 1990 World Cup Shirt

Modern reproduction of the fantastic World Cup Italia '90 shirt worn by the great Brazilian team, featuring such greats as Dunga, Romario, Careca & Branco.

Holland 1990 World Cup Shirt

Holland shirt worn during the World Cup Italia '90 tournament.

Classic 3-stripes

Embroidered KNVB logo