Scotland 1987 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been match worn by Simpson in the Rous Cup match against England played at Hampden Park on the 23rd May 1987.
This was the third edition of the tournament which this year also included Brazil.
Fiorentina 1996-97 player shirt by Reebok believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #25 in Claudio Ranieri's final season as manager when the La Viola reached the Cup Winners Cup Semi-Finals.
Batigol scored a great goal in the 1st leg against Barcelona but the side were ultimately undone by the Catalans back in Florence.
AC Milan 1994-95 player shirt by Lotto believed to have been match worn by Stroppa in the Champions League Group D match against AJAX played at the Olympic Stadium on the 14th September 1994.
This was the opening matchday of the group and these two sides would go on to meet again in the final matchday in Vienna come May.
Italy 1990 player shirt by Diadora believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #10 during the period when the side hosted the 1990 World Cup, reaching the Semi-Finals before a heartbreaking penalty shoot-out defeat against Argentina.
It was a tournament of high drama and memorable moments, including the emergence of Roberto Baggio as the face of the new generation and the goals of Toto Schillaci who hit 6 to win the Golden Boot.
Ajax 1995-96 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued to or match worn by Reiziger in the 1995-96 season.
Reiziger came through the club's famed youth academy and after spells on loan at Volendam and Groningen made the step up to the first team for the glorious 94-95 campaign which ended in domestic and European glory.
Rangers 1996-97 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by Miller in a Champions League Group A match against Ajax in the 96-97 season.
The midfielder came on as an 81st minute substitute in the game in Amsterdam which the hosts won 4-1 after Gazza was sent off early on.
Mexico 1994 player shirt by Umbro believed to have been issued for or match worn in the friendly match against Ajax played at the Estadio Azteca in May 1994.
Mexico were preparing for the upcoming 1994 World Cup and went head to head with one of Europe's finest club sides on home soil. They defeated Louis van Gaal's men 2-1 and took this form to the USA with them going on to reach the Round of 16.
Soviet Union 1989-91 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been issued to or match worn by a #6 during the period the side played at Italia 90'.
Soviet Union failed to live up to expectations, finishing rock bottom in a group containing Costa Rica, reigning holders Argentina and surprise package Cameroon.