THE Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) has warned of counterfeit football shirts being sold as proud locals celebrate the successes of UEFA’s newest member team.
The GFA said that it has seen fake shirts carrying a version of the Gibraltar FA logo as well as one of Admiral Sportswear, the official kit supplier.
The GFA commented: “Our official replica kits carry the Admiral Logo stitched into the right hand side of the shirt’s breast plate adjacent to the official Gibraltar FA logo on the left hand side.
“On the bottom of the shirt there is an official hologram of the Gibraltar FA logo and another official Admiral logo.”
Supporters are urged to check football shirts before buying to make sure that they are official merchandise.
The GFA has also referred the matter to the Royal Gibraltar Police.
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