Capdevila home shirt
(Champions League final group stage)
For the second group of the Champion League, Adidas supplied some very limited number of shirts to be used. The shirt differences are fairly subtle: the three stripes on the collar were replaced with one and the embroidery changed to black.
In a coupled of matches you saw players changing at half time and wearing both styles of shirts.
Cesar gold away shirt
(Real Oviedo – D. L. Coruña 20th May 2001)
This shirt was a challenge to obtain due to it’s rarity & only being used in about six matches.
As far as my research has taken me all these shirts were Adidas equipment shirts. None were available to the public and so nearly impossible to obtain.
Scaloni away shirt
(Leeds – D. L. Coruña 4th April 2001)
Some of the shirts would have subtle differences. The collar would only have one stripe and the material would be slightly different.
This Scaloni shirt is the rare one stripe design.
Helder away shirt
(D. L. Coruña – Hamburg 19th Sep 2000)
Here you have the away shirt issued to Helder for the home match against Hamburg. Strangely we played our first home CL match in away colours. Possibly due to a clash with the visitors strip.
This is the more frequently used three collar design.
Turu Home Super Cup
(D. L. Coruña – Espanyol 27th August 2000)
Possibly Turu Flores spare home Super Cup shirt. Shirts did not have LFP badges and showed the three striped collar that would be used for most matches of the season.
As you can see with this shirt the normal embroidery used was gold.
Away Super Cup
(Espanyol – D. L. Coruña 21st August 2000)
The main difference with this shirt is the sponsor is applied in a similar way to the home shirt. A large white panel with Dreamcast written in black.
Some players were issued different numbers from those issued for the main season. For instance, Duscher made his debut with the number seven.