Match worn or issued Real Madrid home shirt by the club’s number 3, which was Camacho in most or all of the matches this 1986-1987 season.
During the league season, Camacho was the one who played (most of) the league and international matches with number #3 (e.g. see the lineups of the last three photos). Left-back José Antonio Camacho played for Real Madrid’s reserve team Castilla CF in the season 1973-1974. He then played for the first team for 15(!) years, in the period 1974–1989. Camacho was also an active member of the Spanish national football team, where he played 81 matches in 13 years time (1975-1988).
There was only a small difference between this 1986-87 version and the one from the next season 1987-88: the Hummel text underneath the logo on the chest was only present in the former season, but not in all matches!
The shirt has all the characteristics of a match shirt: painted Parmalat sponsor logo and number 3, long sleeves (shirts with sponsor and/or long sleeves were not commercially available).
In this period, shirts were often used in multiple competition matches by whoever started with that number (so often also by multiple players). It is almost certain that it was worn as reserve competition shirts were only very rarely made.
Size: Medium (Camacho was 1.74m)