*Rare Model* Steve Lowndes #7 Wales National Team Match Worn Shirt vs Uruguay National Team for official match played at Wales, April 21, 1986.
Museum Piece for Wales collectors!
Provenance: Swap after the game to Uruguay National Team 1986 player.
Steve Lowndes (born 17 June 1960) is a former Wales international footballer. Lowndes started his career at Newport County during the most successful period in the club's long history. Lowndes was part of the team that won promotion from the old Division 4 and the Welsh Cup and in the subsequent season reached the quarter-final of the 1981 European Cup Winners' Cup. Millwall signed him from Newport County for £55,000 in August 1983 and he was sold to Barnsley in 1986 for £40,000. Coaching After retiring from playing he became physio to the Wales international team for five years before moving into teaching. Steve Lowndes is now Academy Director of Coaching for Cirencester Football Academy and has helped develop professional players such as Matt Green, Chris Zebroski and Stuart Nelson. He has also led the Academy to a number of honours over the years. ESFA Under 18's Colleges' Trophy winners 2000.2002, 2005, 2012. The Academy has consistently competed in the F.A. Youth Cup defeating a number of professional youth teams. He is a UEFA 'A' Licence Coach, a qualified Sports Therapist as well as holding a B.A. (Hons) Degree and P.G.C.E. Physical Education (qualified teacher status).
Shirt details: Adidas Trademark. Made in UK. Size M. Wales shield and Adidas logo embroidery. Number stamped in felt/flock material. See photos for all details!!