Germany 1992 player shirt by Adidas believed to have been match worn by Binz in the friendly match against Northern Ireland played at the Weserstadion, Bremen on the 2nd June 1992.
This was Germany's final warm-up match before heading off for Euro 92 in Sweden. The reigning World Champions looked shaky though having lost to Italy and drawn with Czechoslovakia before edging past Turkey in their matches so far this year.
And Berti Vogt's men did not fill the DFB faithful with confidence here going a goal down to Northern Ireland before Binz himself equalised with a deflected effort. Despite the best efforts of Riedle, Voller, Effenberg and co the hosts just could not find a winner and the match ended 1-1. The goal would turn out to be Binz's one and only international strike. The centre back would wear #5 at Euro 92 also and picked up a runners-up medal as Germany were shocked by surprise package Denmark in the Final. This new Adidas Equipment design was first worn in March '92 against Italy and the side wore match detail on their shirts in all of the pre-Euro 92 games, a tradition they kept going after the tournament also but one which ended in '94 when a new kit was released.
Correct player size flock print and match detail professionally heat pressed, DFB crest is embroidered differently to commercial replica, fleece lined material made from 72% polyester and 28% triacetate, made in France, additional labels on inside lower left and different style collar label, swapped with an England player and comes from their collection - a signed letter verifying this can be provided.