West Germany 1989 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by Reuter in the 1990 World Cup Qualification Group 4 match against Finland played at Westfalenstadion, Dortmund on the 4th October '89.
The 1986 finalists had beaten Finland in Helsinki but then drawn home and away with rivals Holland and also been held in Wales.
Franz Beckenbauer's men really needed to get back to winning ways here and that is exactly what they did, thrashing Finland 6-1 with Möller, Littbarski, Klinsmann, Völler and Matthäus all on the scoresheet. Reuter played the full match at right back in a defence of Brehme, Buchwald and Augenthaler. The DFB went on to qualify for Italia '90 as runners-up but come the following summer they would be World Champions once again and Reuter was a part of that glorious squad. This all-time great Adidas design was worn at Euro '88 right through to qualification for Euro '92. Reuter won 69 caps and played at four major international tournaments for his country.
Correct player size flock print professionally heat pressed, embroidered crest is machine stitched, light transfer Adidas trefoil, made from 40% cotton, 40% polyester and 20% viskose, made in West Germany, design not commercially available to this specification, swapped with a Finland player and comes from their own personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.