Parma home version shirt, 2005/2006 football season signed by Errea. Size L.
Half sleeve and crew neck model. The Parma patch is sewn in the center on the front, while the technical sponsor Errea and the commercial sponsor Tecnocasa are applied with sublimation printing. On the back we find printed black MORFEO lettering and number 10.
In the 2005/2006 season, Parma has Mario Beretta as coach. The team finished 7th in the league, thus earning qualification for the UEFA Cup after a year's absence from European competitions.
Parma jacket made by the technical sponsor Champions, in collaboration with the commercial sponsor Parmalat, for the 2005/2006 football season. Size XL.
The Parma jacket, in blue with yellow inserts, features a full zip closure and open side pockets. The club crest is embroidered on the left side together with the brand of the sponsor Parmalat, positioned slightly lower down. On the right side there is the Champions sponsor with the number 9 applied.
In the 2005-06 season, Parma, coached by Mario Beretta, ranked seventh in the league, obtaining qualification for the UEFA Cup after a year's absence from European competitions.
1997/1998 Parma Puma Adailton 25 Away Jersey. At the time, the Brazilian Adailton was part of a decidedly very strong group of players who made Parma one of the most competitive formations in Serie A: among these, Gianluigi Buffon, Enrico Chiesa, Hernan Crespo.
The product is clearly visible from the various photos. The shirt has short sleeves and its predominant color is blue, even if yellow is also used abundantly on the sides; the club logo is sewn on the top left, while the white logo of Puma, technical sponsor, is applied in flock on the opposite side; below these, the logo and the white wording of 'parmalat', the commercial sponsor of the ducals, stand out in sublimation.
On the back, in sublimation and in white, the writing ADAILTON appears in large dimensions, in a curved shape, and the number 25.
1995/1996 Parma Puma Match Jersey. In the year in question, which in reality will not be full of satisfactions, Parma Calcio 1913 added two notable elements to its roster such as the defender Fabio Cannavaro, taken from Naples, and above all the playmaker Hristo Stoickov, bought from Barcelona.
The product is well presented by several photos that certify its conditions. The shirt is short-sleeved, with a stand-up collar that fastens with a rip; the predominant color is blue but some elements are made using yellow: in particular the aforementioned collar, but also the sleeves, surmounted by circular bands, precisely yellow, like a crescent, which alternate with a blue mottled with white parts giving the idea of a starry sky; the logo of the ducal team is applied in sublimation at the top left, while on the opposite side, always with the same application, there is the logo of the technical sponsor, in white, complete with the wording 'puma'; in the center of the shirt, the logo of the commercial sponsor stands out in white and in sublimation followed by its name, 'parmalat'.
The back of the shirt is instead simply made up of an entirely blue background.
2011/2012 Parma Errea Pavarini 1 Match Jersey. Nicola Pavarini, former footballer, currently goalkeeper coach for Fatih Karagumruk, a Turkish club coached by Andrea Pirlo, was the goalkeeper for various teams, considering the Serie A, B and C championships. Parma, thanks also to the performances of the 'Formica Atomica', Sebastian Giovinco, in the aforementioned two-year period managed to finish the Serie A tournament in eighth place, missing the qualification for the Europa League by only two points.
The photos clearly show the conditions in which the product is found. The shirt has short sleeves and the predominant color is blue; on the sleeves, in thermo applied and in white, we find the logo of the technical sponsor, Errea; the same logo, with the addition of the company name, is re-proposed in thermo-applied and again in white in the upper right corner; the logo of the ducal team is sewn on the left side, and at the same distance between the two logos the patch, printed in light plastic, of BANCA MONTE PARMA stands out; finally, in the center of the shirt, there is the thermo-applied logo of the commercial sponsor, 'navigare'.
On the back there are, in large dimensions, also in thermo-applied, the writing PAVARINI, the goalkeeper's surname, and the number 1, par excellence the number of extreme defenders.