The most valuable football shirts of all time, plus which ones to watch

The most valuable football shirts of all timemore those to keep your eyes on

Thinking of investing in a rare kit? It can be difficult to predict which colors might become the most valuable, but it’s always easy to track the most interesting players. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most expensive shirts in the world, along with some big names to follow now.

1. Diego Maradona “Hand of God” shirt

This legendary top was worn by Diego Maradona during the 1986 World Cup and achieved a record £7.1million at auction after having belonged for 13 years to midfielder Steve Hodge. The infamous match knocked England out of the tournament, despite Maradona scoring twice – with one goal being the legendary ‘Hand of God’ goal.

2. Sir Geoff Hurst’s 1966 World Cup shirt

Worn in the 1966 World Cup final against West Germany, Sir Geoff’s shirt sold at auction in September 2000 for a staggering £91,750. During the game, Hurst scored a remarkable hat-trick, helping England win their first-ever World Cup with a clear 4-2 victory.

3. Pele 1970 world cup jersey

Pelé’s iconic Brazil shirt previously stole the show as the most expensive football shirt in the world. The Brazilian scored a goal while wearing the shirt in the final, partly adding to his huge value. However, the final sale exceeded estimates, making at least three times more than expected.

4. Manchester United 1986/88

The Thirds team kit is famous for being used in Sir Alex Ferguson’s first season as manager at Old Trafford. In a striking blue with signature red and white trims, Adidas’ retro design is instantly recognizable by fans and rivals alike. It could cost up to £450 to get your hands on one of these shirts.

Players to watch:

1. Mohammad Salah

just signed a new three-year contract worth an estimated £350,000 a week, Salah is one of the most popular players of the moment. Not only does he show boundless energy and promise on the pitch, he has already scored 44 goals in his career – the second highest tally in the history of any club.

If you’re feeling lucky and have your eyes on Salah, it might be a good idea to invest in one of his Liverpool FC shop jerseys now and keep it intact.

2. Luis Diaz

With bookies expecting Diaz to pick up plenty of points this season, he is certainly worth watching. The Colombian plays as a winger for Liverpool FC and is well positioned to be one of the team’s top scorers this season.

3. Marcus Rashford

Manchester United player, Marcus Rashford is known for his outstanding contribution to charitable causes apart from being a star player. First signed to the team during his primary school days, he made history in February 2016 by becoming the youngest player to score in European competition.

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