A striking replica goalkeeper kit from Japan's first-ever World Cup appearance in 1998. The island nation met staunch competition in their opening games against Argentina and Croatia. Goalkeeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi was unable to keep the opposition from scoring but held them each to only one goal. Still, his side were unable to score in both games, and could not reach the knockout stages. Another notable name in the team was Hidetoshi Nakata, who would establish himself as the greatest Japanese footballer of all time in years to come.
This long-sleeved goalkeeper home shirt from Japan is one of the most vibrant kits to ever appear at a World Cup. Fiery red, orange, and yellow flame prints spread throughout the shirt contrasting against the black fabric. This Beautiful 90s replica celebrates a bold and unforgettable 90's football design.
This jersey has been remade with impeccable attention to detail. It features the same collar, sleeving, ridges, and embroidery as the original.
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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We only use the best quality polyester and fabric. Our crests are always embroidered and we use sublimation inks to make sure the colours of the 90s stand the test of time.
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