Lot # 5: Ignacio Zoco #6 Real Madrid FC (Spain) Match Worn Shirt against River Plate (Argentina) for Copa Amistad Semifinals match played River Plate Stadium, August 8, 1965 (Museum Piece - Real Madrid Legend)

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 Ignacio Zoco #6 Real Madrid FC (Spain) Match Worn Shirt against River Plate (Argentina) for Copa Amistad Semifinals match played River Plate Stadium, August 8, 1965. Museum Piece.

Provenance: Collection of Pele's teammate, Jose Ramos Delgado. Swap after the match.Considered by Pelé one of the best defenders of all times!

Torneo Cuadrangular Buenos Aires - Copa de la Amistad

CA River Plate (Argentina)
CA Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Santos FC (Brazil)
Real Madrid CF (Spain)

Ignacio Zoco Esparza (31 July 1939 – 28 September 2015) was a Spanish footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. He played 12 years of his professional career with Real Madrid, appearing in more than 400 official matches and winning ten major titles. Zoco played more than 20 times with Spain, winning the 1964 European Nations' Cup and also representing the nation at the 1966 World Cup. Born in Garde, Navarre, Zoco joined CA Osasuna from another side in the region, amateurs CD Oberena. After spending the first months on loan to CD Iruña, he made his La Liga debut on 10 January 1960 in a 1–2 away loss against Real Oviedo, and eventually started in all of his appearances as the season ended in relegation. In the summer of 1962, Zoco signed for powerhouse Real Madrid, playing only 13 matches in his first year, which ended with league conquest, but becoming a starter from there onwards. In 1965–66, apart from appearing in every minute in the domestic competition, he added nine complete games in the campaign's European Cup, including the final against FK Partizan (2–1 win). Apart from those two accolades, Zoco won a further six national championships and two Copa del Rey trophies with Real Madrid, playing in a total of 64 matches in European competition with the Merengues (six goals scored). He retired in June 1974 at the age of 35 and, 20 years later, was appointed the club's match delegate in replacement of Miguel Ángel González, retaining the position until 1998. International career Zoco earned 25 caps for Spain, making his debut on 19 April 1961 in a 2–1 away win against Wales for the 1962 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. He was selected for the squads at the 1964 European Nations' Cup, helping the national team win the tournament, and the 1966 World Cup.


Shirt details: Umbro "The Choice of Champions" Trademark. Size M. Real Madrid shield stitched on the shirt. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!

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