The shirt worn by Aberdeen legend Alex McLeish when the Dons won the European Cup-Winners Cup in 1983 has been sold for £4,700 at an auction in England on Thursday.
The prized item, which was sported by the former Gothenburg Great on the night when Aberdeen famously beat the mighty Real Madrid 2-1, was lot number 443 at the sale, organised by Sportingold Limited.
And although it had been valued at between £1,900 and £2,000, it went for significantly more once the bidding started at the auction, with bids being rendered in the room and over the phone.
A spokesman for the company said he wasn’t surprised the item had attracted so much interest and attention from football enthusiasts.
He added: “This was probably the greatest night in the club’s history, so we anticipated plenty of fans would want to get their hands on it.
McLeish, 59, who is the current Scotland manager, handed over the shirt to one of the Real Madrid substitutes at the climax of the game.
He later described the victory as the crowning moment of his career.