An away shirt design from PSV Eindhoven's 1998-99 season, which marked Ruud van Nistelrooy's first at the club. At 22 years old, van Nistelrooy was top scorer with an astonishing 31 league goals, as PSV finished 3rd in the Eredivisie. He would go on to score a total of 77 goals in 90 games across only 3 seasons for the club, helping PSV win two consecutive league titles before his transfer to Manchester United.
This shirt features a simple black and white vertical stripe pattern, a classic in football fashion. Bold red colour adds a highlight to the flanks of the shirt, and also lines the collar and trim of each sleeve. The Philips sponsor is a longtime hallmark of PSV kits, as the historic company is rooted to the club's foundation in 1913.
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 colour 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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