Xabi Alonso Limited Edition signed Honours Shirt – Only 210 made
£175.00 – £270.00
Xabi Alonso undoubtedly one of the best passers of a ball in the game and Liverpool legend, played 210 games for his beloved Liverpool FC. The 23 Foundation is offering a beautifully embroidered “Honours” shirt for each one of the 210 games that Xabi played for Liverpool FC. Each shirt is individually signed and numbered from 1 to 210 and is the 2005 ISTANBUL REPLICA SHIRT. As per the picture attached Xabi has personally signed each shirt on the front, below his major honours for the club.
The signatures on this product are genuine hand-signed autographs, that have been signed for and on behalf of the 23 Foundation. All of our signed memorabilia comes with an official ’23 Foundation’ COA (Certificate Of Authentication), which provides proof of the authentication of the product, and also helps maintain the value of the merchandise.
As a result of buying this product you are helping us to help communities on Merseyside, throughout the UK and Globally Too. You are also buying an official product which is 100% authentic in every way. Please contact us if you have any questions and beware of fake shirts and signatures on auction sites. Please inform us if you see our watermarked pictures of Jamie being used elsewhere without our permission.
Each shirt will be sent by special delivery with our unique certificate of authenticity which will correspond exactly with the number on the shirt. *Please note a framing service is available to UK based supporters for an additional £95 which includes mounting, framing and shipping. Unfortunately we cannot send framed items abroad as they tend to get damaged in transit.
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