Atletico Madrid Home Shirt produced by the technical sponsor Nike in the 2001/2002 season. Size XL.
The uniform has short sleeves in white and red with blue inserts. Coat of arms on the left and Nike logo on the right in blue with a white outline. Below is the commercial sponsor Idea Electrodomesticos.
On the back the ALBERTINI personalization with the number 8.
Fourth Italia Buffon 1 Goalkeeper Shirt produced by the technical sponsor Puma in the 2004 season. Size XL.
The uniform has long sleeves in an intense blue color. In the center we find the Italian coat of arms with the three stars placed above, with the technical sponsor Puma just below and the number 1. On the back BUFFON 1 customization.
Netherlands Away shirt produced by the technical sponsor Adidas in the 1978 season. Size L.
The uniform has long sleeves in white with orange inserts and the iconic Adidas side bands. On the front we can find the technical sponsor Adidas and the Netherlands coat of arms in black. On the back the customization number 9.
The shirt was exchanged with an Italian footballer at the end of the Italy-Holland match, the semi-final of the World Cup in Argentina in 1978. The certificate will be provided together with the shirt.
Away Italia shirt produced by the technical sponsor Kappa in the 2000 season. Size XL.
The uniform is white with short sleeves. On the sleeves we find the Kappa logo on one side and the three golden stars on the other. On the front the Italian coat of arms with the number 14, also present on the back with the RIVALTA 14 customisation.
Track jacket for the Italian national team made by the technical sponsor Diadora in 1990. Size not available
The jacket of the Italian national team is light blue, with white shoulders and sleeves, but which have, on the upper part, a checkered pattern in white, light blue and light blue, and, along the entire length, a vertical stripe in blue, on which a stylized wave in the three colors of the Italian flag is depicted. The cuffs and the band present at the lower end of the product are in blue spring. The closure is ensured by a full zip system, however the blue pockets on the side do not have it. On the right side there is the logo of the technical sponsor Diadora.
At the 1990 World Cup held in Italy, the soundtrack was the official anthem entitled 'To Be Number One' by Giorgio Moroder Project, whose Italian version 'Un'estate italiana' was performed by Gianna Nannini and Edoardo Bennato who they also wrote the lyrics. Italy ranked third in that tournament, while the winner was West Germany.