Fritz Szepan Germany National Team Match Worn Boots-Cleats for FIFA France World Cup 1938 Qualifiers. Szepan was Germany National Team Captain during FIFA Italy World Cup 1934 and FIFA France World Cup 1938 .Incredible German Logo inside (See pictures). Museum Piece.
Botines de la Selección Nacional de Alemania usados por Fritz Szepan por las Eliminatorias al Campeonato Mundial jugado en Francia en 1938. Szepan fue el capitán de la Selección Nacional de Alemania en los Mundial 1934 en Italia y en el Mundial 1938 en Francia. Los mismos cuentan con un logo simbólico alemán característico de la Selección de Alemania.
Friedrich "Fritz" Szepan was a German soccer player in the period leading up to and including World War II. He spent his entire career with Schalke 04 where he won six national championships and one German Cup. He is commonly regarded as one of the greatest Schalke players of all time. To celebrate the 100th birthday of the club, the supporters voted the Schalker Jahrhundertelf, the "Team of the Century": he was included in the midfield. From 1929 to 1938 he played for the German National team which he led as captain in 30 matches and during two World Cups. Usually a highly skilled midfielder, his versatility allowed him to play as center-half and as forward. Because of his extraordinary game understanding and leadership, he was later known as "Beckenbauer before the war".
Boot details: Vorwerk trademark. Made in Germany. Germany Logo Inside the boots (See pictures)