*Winner's Shirt* Luisao #14 Brazil National Team Match Issued Team Signed Shirt for FIFA Confederations Finals vs United States played at South Africa June 28, 2009.
*Provenance: Collection of Former Conmebol Official*
Shirt is team signed - autograph by the Squad! (See pictures)
Ânderson Luís da Silva (born 13 February 1981), known as Luisão, is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a centre back. Luisão started his career at Juventus-SP in 1999 before moving to Cruzeiro the year later, where he spent three seasons. Then, from 2003 to 2018, the rest of his professional career was spent with Portuguese club Benfica, for which he appeared in 538 official matches, holding the club record for most international matches (127), major titles won (20) and longest-serving captain (414 matches). A Brazilian international on 44 occasions, Luisão appeared for the country in two World Cups and three Copa América tournaments, scoring three goals.
Shirt Details: Nike trademark. Made in Brazil. Size XL. Brazil shield stamped on the shirt. FIFA Confederations patch stamped on the sleeve. Name and numbers stamped on the shirt. See photos for all details!!