Hummel Vision: Denmark To Wear Special One-Off Patchwork Shirt Made Up Of Old Donated Denmark Shirts (Photos)

Chris Wright

26th, March 2018


Photo: @hummel1923/Twitter

Denmark are playing Chile in an international friendly on Tuesday night and, thanks to Hummel, the Danes are going to be wearing an extra special shirt for the occasion.

As part of the Made by Denmark campaign, Hummel have stitched together a selection of vintage Rød-Hvide jerseys together to create something entirely new.

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The old shirts were all donated by Danish fans, including a pristine example of the famous old 1986 World Cup shirt, i.e. the stripy one.

As far as we can tell, no replicas will be made available (boo) for Joe Public, though it’s likely that the match-worn one-offs will be auctioned off for charity (cheer).

Bit ace, aren’t they?