Manchester City 1970 No8 Retro Football Shirt

100% COTTON
£30.00
Product code: MANC70H8SS
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The ONLY licensed reproduction Manchester City Football Club official retro football shirt. 

Your Score Draw football shirt is quality assured and guaranteed. 

 

Short sleeves

Sewn on Number 8

Crew neck Collar

Manchester City Embroidered Badge

Single Jersey Cotton Fabric

Size  

Chest size (Inches)  

Chest size (CMs)

X Small

30 - 32

71 - 79

Small

34 - 36

81 - 89

Medium

38 - 40

91 - 99

Large

40 - 42

101 - 109

X-Large

44 - 46

111 - 117

XX-Large

48 - 50

119 - 127

XXX-Large

52 - 54

129 - 137

 

 

 Size        

 Chest size (Inches)                                                 

   Chest size (CMs)               

SB/5-6Y   

16 - 18

41 - 46

MB/7-8Y

20 - 22

51 - 56

LB/9-10Y    

24 - 26

61 - 66

Youth/11-12Y                            

28 - 30

71 - 76

 

 

 

If you are unsure of the size required, please contact customerservices@scoredraw.com

 

Shipping

*Please allow extra time due to increased volume at the moment.

UK (Includes Channel Islands and Northern Ireland)
Standard Delivery 3-5 working days - £4.95  (free on orders over £75)
Express Delivery 1-2 working days - £7.95*
Guaranteed Delivery next working day  - £9.95*
*Working days are Monday - Friday only (excluding bank holidays)
Orders must be placed by Midday for same day despatch

Deliveries to Europe
European Tracked Service £8.95
 
Deliveries to the Rest of the World

Tracked Service £9.95

Please allow 5-7 days

Returns

For customers within the UK returns must be received back within 30 days. For customers outside the UK
please email customerservices@scoredraw.com.

 

 

Manchester City 1970 No8 Retro Football Shirt

Citys No8 shirt in the 60s and 70s is synonymous with Colin Bell, The King of the Kippax, Nijinsky. Between making his debut away at Derby in March 1966 and his final game against Aston Villa at Maine Road in May 1979, Colin Bell appeared 502 times for City and scored 152 goals, winning the Second Division Championship in 1966, the Football League Championship in 1968, the FA Cup in 1969, and the Football League Cup and European Cup Winners Cup in 1970. As England Legend Tom Finney stated Colin Bell was as good as anything Ive ever seen.