A home kit design from AFC Ajax's title-winning 1997-98 season. The Amsterdam club soared to a 1st place finish with a 17 point cushion at the season's end, scoring 112 league goals in 34 games. Georgian striker Shota Arveladze scored 25 league goals for the team, while attacking midfielders Jari Litmanen and Michael Laudrup combined for a total of 27 goals. The 1997-98 campaign was Laudrup's last season in a remarkable career.
Dark navy blue was Ajax's away colour of choice in 1997-98. White and red stripes run across the shoulders and sleeves in a flair of style. Red stripes repeat alongside an "AJAX" print on the flanks of the shirt. White and blue fabric round off the design in a stylish folded collar. The vertical off-centre print of the ABN AMRO sponsor was a longstanding hallmark of Ajax shirts, as they partnered with the club for nearly 20 years in the '90s and 2000's.
Printing is done in the original style, as close to the authentic font and color as possible. If the jersey originally had the number printed on the front we will print this unless instructed otherwise.
Please check the measurements carefully as most people find they require a size up. The jerseys have a slim or muscle fit.
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