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Benfica 2005/06 Home kit with Nuno Gomez Print Medium

Benfica 2005/06 Home kit with Nuno Gomez Print Medium

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Condition: ★★★★☆

This kit is in good condition and the size is Medium. It uses Adidas ClimaCool Technology. This fanela is a solid vintage classic that screams 00s nostalgia. There is minor stain in the sponsor which is visible in the photos. Patches, name print and overall stiching are in excellent shape.

In the 2005/06 season, S.L. Benfica, a Portuguese football club, had a relatively successful campaign. Here are some of their notable achievements and performances during that season:

  1. Primeira Liga (Portuguese League): Benfica finished in third place in the Primeira Liga for the 2005/06 season. They earned a total of 67 points from 34 matches, trailing behind FC Porto and Sporting CP, who finished first and second, respectively.

  2. UEFA Champions League: Benfica participated in the UEFA Champions League during the 2005/06 season. They reached the quarter-finals of the competition before being eliminated by FC Barcelona.

  3. Taca de Portugal (Portuguese Cup): Benfica reached the quarter finals of the Taca de Portugal.

  4. Taca da Liga (League Cup): Winners

During the 2005/06 season, S.L. Benfica had several key players who were influential in the team's performance. Some of the top players for Benfica during that season included:

  1. Simão Sabrosa: Simão was one of Benfica's star players during this period. He was an attacking midfielder or winger known for his dribbling skills and goal-scoring ability.

  2. Mantorras: The Angolan striker was a fan favorite and a prolific goal scorer for Benfica. He had a strong presence in the attack.

  3. Nuno Gomes: Nuno Gomes, a Portuguese striker, was a key player for Benfica. He was known for his goal-scoring ability and was a consistent performer for the team.

  4. Petit: Petit, a Portuguese midfielder, was known for his tough-tackling and ball-winning abilities. He played an important role in the midfield.

  5. Luisão: The Brazilian center-back Luisão was a defensive stalwart for Benfica. He provided stability in the defense and was a captain of the team during that time.

  6. Fabrizio Miccoli: The Italian forward Miccoli joined Benfica during the 2005/06 season and made a significant impact with his goal-scoring ability.

  7. Georgios Karagounis: Karagounis had a successful career, both at Benfica and with the Greek national team, and was recognized for his contributions to the sport.

The iconic sponsor that was seen in other Portuguese teams in the early 00s was Portuguese Telecom also known as PT.

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