Matchworn/Matchprepared Frantzdy Pierrot (game unknown)
The Haitian national team clearly reached its peak in the 1970s:
In 1973, the team from the western part of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola won the Gold Cup for the first and only time and also managed to qualify for the 1974 World Cup in the same year, although they were eliminated in the group stage after three defeats.
In 2010, there was a severe earthquake on the island in which a total of 30 people from the Haitian Football Association lost their lives - including players, coaches and representatives. Since then, Haiti have regularly qualified for the Gold Cup. In 2010, they even made it to the semi-finals, where they narrowly lost in extra time to eventual winners Mexico.
Since 2013, Haiti has been equipped by the Colombian manufacturer "Saeta", who has done a great job so far and provided chic and high-quality designs. The special trademark of Saeta's jerseys is the thick, soft federation badge that adorns the chest of the shirt.
In contrast to previous models, the design presented in 2018 is more subtle:
the mostly red jersey has white sleeves and red lines running towards a lightning bolt. Underneath is the country's motto "L'union fait la force" - "unity creates strength".
It is a match shirt from Frantzdy Pierrot, who currently plays for Maccabi Haifa. Unfortunately, I have not yet been able to find out exactly which match the shirt is from.