Genar Andrinua #4 Spain National Team Match Worn Shirt against Uruguay National Team for FIFA World 1990 match played at Italy, June 13th 1990. Provenance: Swap to Uruguay National Team player.
Camiseta de la Selección Nacional de España #4 utilizada por Genar Andrinua frente a la Selección Nacional de Uruguay por el partido del Campeonato Mundial de 1990, disputado el 13 de Junio de 1990 en Italia. Procedencia: intercambiada con jugador de la Seleccion Nacional de Uruguay.
Genar Andrinúa Cortabarría (born 9 May 1964) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a central defender.
Andrinúa was born in Bilbao, Biscay. During his career he played solely for Athletic Bilbao safe for a loan at Real Valladolid, and he made his debut for the former's first team in the 1983–84 season, appearing once for the La Liga champions. Eventually, Andrinúa gained the captain's armband from the legendary Andoni Goikoetxea, also a centre-back, and proceeded to appear in nearly 400 overall games for the Basque club, also scoring at least once in all the seasons but one. After two weak last years he retired in June 1997 at the age of 33, with the side now captained by youngster Julen Guerrero.
Andrinúa earned 28 caps and scored twice for the Spain national team. His debut came in a friendly match with England on 18 February 1987 after replacing José Antonio Camacho in a 2–4 home loss (all four opponent goals by Gary Lineker), and he went on to appear at the UEFA Euro 1988 and the 1990 FIFA World Cup, retiring internationally after the latter. Andrinúa also played three times for the unofficial Basque Country side, and helped Spain under-21s win the 1986 European Championship.
Shirt details: Size 6/7 (see tag). Made in France. Spain shield stitched. Number painted on the shirt. See pictures for all details!