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Sporting Lisbon 1985/86 jerseys, made by Le Coq Sportif

The French sports firm Le Coq Sportif continued to supply Sporting Lisbon with magnificent jerseys. Simple, classic and modern at the same time, with the perfect collar, no publicity or sonsor: in a word, these jerseys are the definition of what a Sporting Clube de Portugal shirt should be. Two models of tops were worn, one similar to those of the previous seasons, and one with different collar.

Green away kits similar to those worn in the previous seasons were worn in one game. A new model of away kits was introduced, different from the 1982/83-1984/85 model, that had a green triangle in the collar; instead, the new model has a simple pointed collar. Both green and white versions were worn, each in one single game. Split green/white away jerseys of the same model as worn since 1984/85 were also worn, again in one single match.

The jerseys described as 1985/86 came with that information from the seller. Jerseys marked as e.g. 1985/87 are harder to assign and could be either season. Note that the type of lettering does not hel much, because different numbers were used in the same season and the same types of letter were used in different seasons.

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Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1986

Le Coq Sportif shirt worn in match by Gabriel

Sportig Portugal maillot porté Gabriel 1985 1986

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1986

MWS Sporting Lisbon home jersey

With thanks to Mr. Nuno Ruivo

Sporting Portugal 1985 LCS MW

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1986

Longsleeved jersey match worn by Sporting Lisbon football player António Sousa. In silky fabric.

With thanks to Mr. Nuno Ruivo

Longsleeved shirt match worn by Sporting Lisbon football player Antonio Sousa

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1987

Traditional hooped long sleeved jersey, in standard fabric (synthetic/nylon)

With thanks to Ivo Costa and Carlos Silvestre

match worn Le Coq Sportif Sporting Lisbon shirt

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1987

Traditional SCP kit, match worn, made by Le Coq Sportif

With thanks to Mr. Nuno Ruivo

Sporting 1985 1986 1987 Jordao hooped green white jersey n 11

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1987

Sporting Lisbon home matchworn kit, made by Le Coq Sportif

With thanks to Portal Sporting Memória for the info

Matchworn jersey Sporting Lisbon 1985 to 1987

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1987 home jersey

Match worn

With thanks to Portal Sporting Memória for the info

home jersey Sporting Le Coq Sportif 1983 1987

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

From 1984/85 to 1986/1987

Stromp match worn strip, player Manuel Fernandes

With thanks to Mr. Nuno Ruivo

SCP Le Coq Sportif Stromp Manuel Fernandes

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/86. Le Coq Sportif pre season match worn shirt. A classic

With thanks to Lúcia Paula MA, curator of the Museu Mundo Sporting, who made the photos available

1985/86. Le Coq Sportif pre season match worn shirt. A classic, short sleeves

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1984/1986

Away Le Coq Sportif MWS. Mythical.

With thanks to Joao SCP from Fórum SCP

Sporting Lisbon MWS 1984/85 away

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985. Shirt offered by Sporting to the line referee Chris van de Laar after the game Sporting-Athletic Bilbao UEFA Cup best of 16 round, 11 December 1985. Sporting won 3-0. The shirt is not from that game.

With thanks to Roy and Chris van de Laar

Camisola Sporting-Athletic Bilbao, 1/8 de final da Taça UEFA, 1985 Le Coq Sportif

 

Sporting Clube de Portugal

1985/1987. Goalkeeper jersey, probably not match worn. Made by Uhlsport, brand worn by Sporting Lisbon goalkeepers between 81/82 and 86/87.

Sporting Portugal match worn goal keeper shirt Uhlsport German 1985 87
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