Holland 1970 - 1980
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World Cup 1974
Home Player Shirt
#14 Johan Cruyff

match worn during the World Cup
tournament in Germany against Argentina
or Sweden

with
autograph of the "maestro" himself
World Cup 1974
Home Player Shirt
#15 Robert Rensenbrink

match worn during the World Cup
tournament in Germany against Argentina

This shirt will be exposed at the new FIFA
World Cup museum in Zurich which opens
at the end of February 2016.
World Cup 1974
Away Player Shirt
#17 Wim Rijsbergen

match worn / issued during the World Cup
tournament in Germany and probably in
several matches later again (very used
condition)
World Cup 1974
Away Player Shirt
#6 Wim Jansen

match issued during the World Cup
tournament in Germany for the semi final
match against Brazil
1974 - 1976
Home Player Shirt
#16
1974 - 1976
Home Player Shirt
#13
1974 - 1976
Home Shirt
1976 - 1978
Home Player Shirt
#3

match worn
1974 - 1976
Track Top
1976/77
Home Player Shirt
#2

The dutch lion is printed on the right chest
over the Adidas brand. This kind of shirts
were used during the World Cup 1978
qualification in a few matches.
1976/77
Goalkeeper Shirt
#1

Replica shirt or reproduction
1978/79
Home Player Shirt
#12

match worn
World Cup 1978
Home Player Shirt
#7 Piet Wildschut

match worn during the World Cup
tournament either against Austria or
Germany

The
Adidas letters have been covered by a
piece of heat pressed felt following the FIFA
decrete not showing the manufacturer's
name on the shirts.
World Cup 1978
Home Player Shirt
#5 Ruud Krol

match worn during the World Cup
tournament either against Iran, Peru or in
the final against Argentina

This shirt is the Adidas "Ventex" model,
procuced by Adidas France uniquely for this
World Cup and was not used again
afterwards. There was printed on only the
Adidas leaf without the word.

This shirt will be exposed at the new FIFA
World Cup museum in Zurich which opens
at the end of February 2016.
World Cup 1978
Away Player Shirt
#3 Dick Schoenaker

This shirt initially was issued for the World
Cup 1978 for
Dick Schoenaker, but not
used at the end, as Shoenaker played only
against Austria in the second half - in
Holland's home dress.
After the World Cup, it was worn in several
matches and swapped after the EURO 80
qualifier match Switzerland-Holland on
October 11th 1978 at the Wankdorf stadium
in Berne, where the former dutch defender
Ernie Brandts wore the shirt with the
number 3.
The
Adidas letters have been covered by a
piece of heat pressed felt following the FIFA
decrete not showing the manufacturer's
name on the shirts.