2008/09 Wexford Youths pink football shirt front
2008/09 Wexford Youths pink football shirt
2008/09 Wexford Youths pink football shirt collar
2008/09 Wexford Youths pink football shirt back

2008/09 Wexford Youths Shirt (Excellent)

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Condition of Jersey: Excellent  
Size: Large. 21.5" pit to pit. 29" length
Details: Vintage Wexford Youths home shirt in perfect condition with no damage to material, crest or sponsor. 
In what has become a cult League of Ireland kit, it features the original club crest before it was changed in 2014. The flamboyant pink was a result of Mick Wallace, an Irish politician and former property developer, who is well known for his fondness of pink shirts. He established the football club and funded the construction of the club's home ground, Ferrycarrig Park. As worn by the team that reached the 2008 League Cup, which they lost 6–1 to Derry City.

Size: Large

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Condition of Jersey: Excellent  
Size: Large. 21.5" pit to pit. 29" length
Details: Vintage Wexford Youths home shirt in perfect condition with no damage to material, crest or sponsor. 
In what has become a cult League of Ireland kit, it features the original club crest before it was changed in 2014. The flamboyant pink was a result of Mick Wallace, an Irish politician and former property developer, who is well known for his fondness of pink shirts. He established the football club and funded the construction of the club's home ground, Ferrycarrig Park. As worn by the team that reached the 2008 League Cup, which they lost 6–1 to Derry City.