This is the official 1995 Boca Juniors football shirt from the Argentine sports brand Olan with the official number 10 printed on the back. In 1995 this was the shirt number of Maradona. This concerns the same printing as Boca Juniors had in 1995. In this football shirt Boca Juniors played the Argentine Primera Division and cup home games in La Bombonera in 1995. Diego Maradona returned to Boca Juniors in 1995, after previously playing for Boca Juniors in the period 1981-1982. having played the club from Buenos Aires. From 1992 to 1996, Olan was the clothing sponsor of Boca Juniors and then Nike took over.
This football shirt is exactly the same kit as Boca Juniors had in 1995. The football shirt has the iconic design. The football shirt is predominantly blue with a wide yellow band across the chest. The logo of sponsor Quilmes is incorporated in this band. Furthermore, the uniform contains an all-over watermark print of compartments. These boxes alternate between Olan's logo and the club's initials. Furthermore, the Boca Juniors 1995 home shirt features a classic yellow polo collar with a white line underneath. The club's initials are incorporated diagonally under the collar: CABJ. The sleeves also contain a yellow area at the bottom, in which the Olan logo is displayed. The left chest contains the club's badge. This is a special logo in honor of the 90th anniversary of the club. The other chest contains the clothing sponsor's logo. This football shirt consists of 100% polyester and, like the football shirts from the 90s, has a spacious fit.