This 2006 France Away kit was worn by Zinedine Zidane in one of the most controversial moments of football history, when Zidane received a red card for head-butting Italian Marco Materrazzi in the 2006 World Cup final. France were heartbroken to lose the final in a penalty shootout, but enjoyed an impressive 2006 World Cup campaign in which they defeated Spain, Brazil, and Portugal in the knockout stages.
This stylish design is a World Cup classic. The white fabric acts as a canvas for the innovative pattern of thin blue and red stripes across the centre of the shirt, while blue and red stripes add flair to the shoulders as well. Player numbers on this shirt feature a majestic lined number font. The Coq Gaulois or Gallic Rooster on the chest is the symbol of French Football, as roosters are a cultural mascot of France.
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S: 38” / 98cm chest
M: 39” / 100cm chest
L: 41” / 104cm chest
XL: 43” / 109cm chest
2XL: 46” / 117cm chest
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