The 10 most valuable football shirts ever

If you’re a football fan, then chances are you own a football shirt of some sort.

When you were younger, you probably received the home strip of your favourite team every year with the name of your favourite player on the back of it.

But what have you done with those shirts since?

They might be at the back of your wardrobe or you may have got rid of them at a car boot sale.

But if you do still have them somewhere in your house, you may want to fetch them.

The brilliant Casumo website has revealed the 10 most valuable football shirts of all-time – and you might just own one of them.

What makes a shirt valuable, we hear you ask. Well, Casumo say it’s a mix of three things: What happened on the pitch, the design and the availability.

If you do own one of these 10, you should probably cash in!

=7th | Romania | 1994 away | £399.99

As worn by: Gheorghe Hagi

“Special stories at the World Cup mean that demand for a particular shirt can quickly increase. Romania, led by Gheorghe Hagi, went all the way to the quarter-finals against Sweden wearing this shirt, an iconic Adidas template.”

=7th | Denmark | 1986-88 (home) | £399.99

As worn by: Morten Olsen

“Featuring a famous Hummel design worn at the 1986 World Cup, this is one of the most popular collectable shirts ever made.”

=7th | Brazil | 1978-80 (home) | £399.99

As worn by: Zico

“This design was worn at the 1978 World Cup by the team dubbed the greatest ever not to win the competition.”

=7th | A.C. Milan | 1999-00 (home) | £399.99

As worn by: Paolo Maldini

“This is a very rare home shirt worn in A.C. Milan’s centenary season featuring a special club crest.”

=5th | Soviet Union | 1989-91 (home) | £449.99

As worn by: Rinat Dasayev

“This shirt, with a stunning vintage design, was the last USSR shirt to feature at a World Cup – it’s extremely rare as a result.”

=5th | Manchester United | 1986-88 (third) | £449.99

As worn by: Bryan Robson

“To say third kits from this era are a rare commodity would be an understatement. This was also Sir Alex Ferguson’s first season in charge, and a classic Adidas design makes this one of the most valuable Man Utd shirts.”

=3rd | USA | 1994 | £499.99

As worn by: Marcelo Balboa

“This stars and stripes ’denim’ Adidas design was worn by the host nation when the World Cup came to the United States for the first time.”

=3rd | Napoli | 1990-91 (home) | £499.99

As worn by: Diego Maradona

“Napoli’s home shirt featuring the Scudetto shield and Mars sponsorship was worn by Diego Maradona in his final season in Naples.”

=1st | Holland | 1988 (home) £599.99

As worn by: Marco van Basten

“Arguably the most sought after football shirt of all time, the Holland ‘88 combines a stunning Adidas geometric design with success on the pitch, thanks to Marco Van Basten’s stunning goal that led to victory at Euro ‘88. The shirt debuted at the tournament and was never seen again.”

=1st | Barcelona | 1991-92 (away) | £599.99

“This rare shirt was worn in FC Barcelona’s first ever European Cup triumph under Johan Cryuff – one of the most famous nights in the side’s history.”

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