Juventus 1999-00 player shirt believed to have been issued to Bachini for a Serie A match against AC Milan during the 1999-00 season.
Barcelona 1992-95 player shirt by Kappa believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #20 during the period of Johan Cruyff's 'Dream Team' when they were reigning European Champions and continued a great sequence in La Liga winning their third and fourth consecutive titles in '93 and '94.
Even sweeter they were both clinched on the last day of the season from under the noses of rivals Real Madrid.
Australia 1986-88 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to or worn by a #18 during the 1986-88 period.
The side triumphed in the Trans-Tasman Cup over New Zealand in '86 and reached the Final of the Korea Cup in the following campaign. In '88 they played high profile friendlies against Brazil and Argentina and famously thrashed the latter 4-1 in Canberra.
Liverpool 1995-96 player shirt believed to have been issued to Thompson for the 95/96 season.
The youngster came through the club's academy and was assigned a squad number for this campaign although his debut did not come until August '96.
Scotland 1986-88 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been worn by issued to McClair between 1986 and 1988.
McClair won his first full international cap in a Euro 88 qualifier against Luxembourg played at Hampden Park on the 12th November '86.
Denmark 1994 player shirt by Hummel believed to have been prepared for Friis-Hansen in the friendly match against England played at Wembley on the 9th March 1994.
It was the first meeting of the sides since Euro 92 but this time Denmark were on the losing side unable to come back from David Platt's 16th-minute goal for the hosts.
Nigeria 1996-98 player shirt by Nike believed to have been issued to or worn by a #16 in the period around when Nigeria won the Gold Medal at the Atlanta 1996 Olympics. This great design with the oversized crest on the centre of the shirt was then worn by this classic Super Eagles team in the successful qualification campaign for the 1998 World Cup.
England 1980-83 player shirt by Admiral believed to have been issued to issued to or match worn by Anderson during the 1980-83 period.
Anderson had made history in 1978 when he became the first black player for play for England in a full international match and became a regular for The Three Lions until 1988, making 30 appearances and representing England in two World Cups and two European Championships.