Éber Moas #3 Uruguay National Team Match Worn Shirt against Brazil National Team played at Brazil, October 11, 1995. Provenance: Former Uruguay Equipment Manager.
Éber Alejandro Moas Silveira (born March 21, 1969 in Montevideo) is a retired football defender from Uruguay, who obtained 48 international caps for his national team. Having made his debut on September 27, 1988 against Ecuador (2-1), Moas played his last international match for his native country on July 20, 1997 in a World Cup Qualifier against Bolivia (0-1). Club career Moas started his playing career in 1988 with Danubio. He joined Club Atlético Independiente of Argentina in 1992 where he played 65 games. In 1995, he joined América de Cali of Colombia and in 1996 he went to Mexico to play for Monterrey. In 1998 Moas returned to Danubio where he played until 2002. In 2005, he joined Racing Club de Montevideo and in 2007 he played for Rentistas. He was a former Uruguay Copa América 1995 Champion.
Shirt details: Enerre Trademark. Made in Japan. Size XL. 100 % polyester. Enerre logo stitched. Uruguay shield stitched. Number front & back stamped on the shirt. See photos for more details!!