Matchworn Raúl González #17 Real Madrid Away La Liga 1995/96

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Matchworn Raúl González #17 Real Madrid Away La Liga 1995/96

Real Madrid legend! This is a Raúl González #17 Real Madrid purple away shirt from La Liga season 1995/96.

Raúl reached a total of 741 appearances for Real Madrid, which is a record for the Spanish club. During his 741 appearances, he scored 323 goals, making him the third all-time goal scorer of Real Madrid. He also represented Spain 102 times scoring 44 goals.

The 1995/96 season from which this match worn Raúl shirt stems, marked his big breakthrough with Real Madrid. Having already made a name for himself the season before, during the 1995/96 Raúl progressed and scored 19 goals 40 La Liga games.

During these years Real had stars such as Michael Laudrup, Iván Zamorano, Fernando Hierro, and Michel.

It wasn’t the best season for Real Madrid, who finished in 6th place. However, they would go on to regain the title the following season, with Raul scoring 21 times in 42 matches.

Raúl would continue playing an important role at Real Madrid until his departure for Schalke 04 ahead of the 2010/11 season. Here he showed that he could also score goals in the Bundesliga with 28 league goals in 66 matches for the Germans. He would later go on to play for Qatari side Al Sadd and New York Cosmos.

In 2018 he would return to Real Madrid in a coaching role at the club’s academy known as La Fábrica. After one year he was promoted to coach for Real Madrid B, which is also his current position.

Don’t miss out on the chance to acquire a piece of Real Madrid history with this match worn Raúl shirt from the 1995/96 season.

Shirt features and condition:

  • Matchworn Raúl González #17 shirt 1995/96
  • Real Madrid purple away shirt, short sleeves
  • Real Madrid crest on left chest. Purple tread inside
  • La Liga patch integrated into right sleeve
  • Classic popular Kelme shirts from mid 90’s
  • Teka shirt sponsor
  • Shirt number #17
  • Correct neck and inside shirt labels

Provenance: Handwritten COA from former top referee.