At the relatively young age of twenty-three, Trent Alexander-Arnold already has six seasons under his belt. His quick rise to the top as a world class defender for England and Liverpool, has seen the elite right-back pile up championships and honors, and it's a good bet he will add many more of both to the heap in years to come. One big win came in the 2019 Club World Cup, held in Qatar. From this competition, comes this Alexander-Arnold match-worn Liverpool jersey.
A size "M" jersey from the Bob Paisley line made by New Balance, this handsome gamer shows only minimal wear. New Balance labeling is located inside the collar, on the left front tail, and on the right breast. The sponsor Standard Chartered is branded on the front with the company name and logo, and the Reds team badge is stationed on the left breast. Located on the right sleeve, is the Club World Cup Qatar 2019 patch, and a FIFA Living Football patch resides on the left sleeve. Embroidered on the back of the collar, is the Liverpool Eternal Flame with number 96 commemoration, for those who perished in the 1989 Hillsborough crush disaster. Alexander-Arnold's name and number "66" cover most of the area on the back, with the Liver Bird repeated on the bottom of both numerals.
Accompanying is an LOA signed by the widow of Jorge Luis Domingo, a former masseur for both Flamengo and the Brazil National Team. This letter states the offered jersey comes from her husband's collection, and it was acquired in a swap at the 2019 World Club Cup Competition match between Flamengo and Liverpool.