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Home shirt Bologna Signori 10 signed Macron in 2002/2003. XL size.

With its short sleeve design and signature blue and red vertical colours, it captures the essence of the club. The Macron sponsor, in an elegant flocked effect, stands out on the right of the product and in sublimation on the left sleeve, while the Bologna crest, preciously embroidered on the heart side, represents the pride of the team.

In the centre, below, the commercial sponsor Area Banca shines, a faithful supporter of the club. The shirt also boasts the prestigious official Lega Calcio patch on the right sleeve. On the back emerges the SIGNORI personalization and the number 10 applied by heat. Next to it, the attacker's autograph.
In the season of 2002/2003 Signori proved his talent and scored 16 goals in all competitions.


Bologna jacket produced by Macron in the 2004/2005 football season. Size L.

The captivating design, the predominant blue blends harmoniously with the ivory details, creating a sophisticated contrast. The long sleeves and zip and snap button closure give it practicality and style.

On the right side of the jacket, the Bologna crest is embroidered. On the opposite side we find the logo of the technical and commercial sponsor Macron Amica Chips. On the back we find the wording BOLOGNA FC 1909 in white with red borders.

In the 2004/2005 season, the talented striker Bellucci stood out with his 10 goals.


Bologna Home shirt produced by Diadora for the 1996/1997 season. Size not available.

The Bologna shirt for the season features a vertical striped design in the club's iconic colors of red and blue, with a stylish stand collar. The Diadora logo and the CARISBO sponsor are present by sublimation.

The Diadora logo is sewn on the left side of the chest and is also present in a larger form as a subplot.

In the 1996-1997 season, Bologna led by Renzo Ulivieri made its return to the top flight of Italian football. The championship ends with a satisfying seventh position, barely touching access to the European cups.


Bologna Training Sweatshirt produced by the technical sponsor Diadora in the 1998/1999 season. Size not available.

The sweatshirt, with a predominant blue color and red details, features a model with zip and two functional pockets. On the left side, the club crest is embroidered, while the lettering 'BOLOGNA FC 1909' stands out in the center with red edges. The Diadora technical sponsor, in white, is embroidered on the right side and takes on a larger format on the back, ensuring distinctive visibility. The technical sponsor logo is repeated on the edge of the collar and on both sleeves.

In the summer of 1998, Roberto Baggio was transferred to Inter Milan after an outstanding season in which the 'Codino' had scored 22 league goals and represented Italy at the World Cup. Forwards Fontolan and Signori were brought in to replace the talented playmaker, while Carlo Mazzone sat on the bench as manager.


Bologna Training Sweatshirt produced by the technical sponsor Macron in the 2002/2003 season. Size XXL.

The design is predominantly dominated by the color blue, enriched by red details. In the center of the garment, there is the lettering 'BOLOGNA FC 1909'. The technical sponsors Macron and Commerciale Area Banca are positioned just above, while on the back they take on a wider format, guaranteeing distinctive visibility. The technical sponsor's logo is repeated inside the collar. Finally, the embroidered club crest finds its place on the right sleeve.

In the 2002/2003 season striker Giuseppe Signori managed to score a total of 16 goals for his team.


Bologna uhlsport tracksuit from the 1989/1990 season produced by Uhlsport. Size M.

The full zip model, with a predominant blue color and red details, features a fascinating geometric pattern and white diagonal lines. The club crest, in sublimatic, beats proudly on the left chest, while proud technical sponsor Uhlsport stands out on the opposite side.

Immediately below are the lettering 'Bologna F.C.' and the commercial sponsor Cigaimpianti, which help complete the look. On the back of the trousers, there is a pocket, adding practicality to the design.

The 1989/1990 season saw Bologna participate in the Serie A championship, conquering eighth place with a total of 34 points, under the guidance of coach Luigi Maifredi for the third consecutive season.


1997/1998 Bologna Home Jersey Diadora Baggio 10. Home version of the Italian football star Roberto Baggio, who was at Bologna at the time.

The product can be admired well from the various photos. The shirt has short sleeves, has a blue stand-up collar with red edges and its main colors are red and blue, which alternate in large vertical sections, both on the front and on the back; the club logo is applied to the top left, while on the opposite side we find the white wording DIADORA, technical sponsor; below these, the rossoblu commercial sponsor, GRANAROLO, appears.

On the back, in large size and in white, there is the writing BAGGIO and the number 10.


Uhlsport Shorts. In the following article we find shorts made by the Uhlsport company. A label with the company's blue logo testifies that the size is 8.

The product is clearly visible from the various photos. The shorts are white; the Uhlsport logo appears on the far right; on the sides of the shorts, equidistant horizontal bands alternate, in red and blue, applied inside the weave.


Years 2000-2010 Bologna Shorts Macron 1. The Macron company has been supplying the Italian football team Bologna FC 1909 with its own material since 2001. The size shown on the appropriate internal label is XXL.

The product is well highlighted by the following photos. The shorts are predominantly red, with black inserts on the sides; at the bottom left appears the number 1, painted in white, and below this we find the word Macron, always in the same color, however applied in velvet; the club logo is sewn on the opposite side.


1990/1991 Bologna Uhlsport Jacket. The aforementioned season was a real ordeal for the rossoblu team, at least as regards the performance in Serie A. In fact, in the Coppa italia and in the Coppa Uefa, Genoa only went out in the quarter-finals, while in the championship neither Franco Scoglio nor the replaced Luigi Radice managed to avoid relegation, due to the last place in the standings.

The product is clearly visible from the various photos. The jacket has long sleeves, in blue, with a long zip in the center and two side pockets which also open with zips; in the collar area there are two laces; the logo of the technical sponsor, Uhlsport, is embroidered on the top right, while on the left side of the article there is the wording SINUDYNE painted in white with the subtitle TV COLOR-VIDEO; on the sleeves there is a vertical white band with black edges with the logo of the technical sponsor repeated numerous times.


1999/2000 Bologna Diadora Sweatshirt. One of the most representative footballers of the rossoblu formation, at the time, was the striker Giuseppe Signori: in fact, the former Lazio footballer became the top scorer in Serie A for the Bolognese, scoring fifteen goals.

The product is clearly visible from the photos relating to it. The sweatshirt is completely in blue, with the exception of two red stripes that cover the shoulders and a wide red horizontal band present almost towards the end of the article; in reality we find the red color also at the beginning of the sweatshirt, because this closes by means of a zip which, if slightly open, can form a raised red collar; in the center extends the writing BOLOGNA FC 1909 applied in thermoadhesive; at the top right we find the wording embroidered in white of the technical sponsor, DIADORA; the technical sponsor's embroidered logo appears on the right sleeve, while the club logo is applied in velvet on the right sleeve inside a red oval.

The back of the sweatshirt has no relevant features.


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