List of products by brand DIADORA

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Season: 1990/1991

1990/1991 italy diadora jacket

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.

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Home Roma shorts produced by the technical sponsor Diadora in the 2005/2006 season. Size M.

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Napoli shorts produced by the technical sponsor Diadora in the 2008/2009 season. Size not available.


Udinese jacket signed by the technical sponsor Diadora in 1998/1999. Size not available.

Model with hood and a zip closure with snap buttons, with a predominant black color and white inserts. The Udinese patch is sewn on the heart side, while the white Diadora logo is embroidered on the opposite side. The DIADORA lettering is present on the shoulders.

In the 1998/1999 season, Udinese exited the UEFA Cup early against Bayer Leverkusen and was eliminated by Parma in the Italian Cup. Finishes the championship in 6th place in the standings.

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Roma jacket made by the technical sponsor Diadora. XL size.

The jacket is blue with white inserts on the inside of the arms. It features side pockets and a central blue zip closure. The emblem of the sports club is sewn on the heart side, while the Diadora lettering appears in orange on the right arm and on the back of the model. The Diadora logo is located on the collar.

At national level, the Giallorossi boast three league titles, nine Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups.

Season: 2006/2007

2007 italy diadora jacket

Italy jacket of the Italian Referees Association made by the technical sponsor Diadora in 2007. Size M.

The Italy jacket is black with some yellow inserts. It features a full zip fastening and side pockets. On the left side the coat of arms of Italy is sewn with the embroidery of the Italian Referees Association. On the right side we find the Diadora technical and commercial sponsor Eurovita Assicurazioni, which are also present in a larger format on the back of the jacket.

Italy has occupied the first place in the FIFA ranking several times, precisely in November 1993 and during 2007, in the months of February, April-June and September.

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Napoli Training Shirt made by Diadora for the 2000/2001 football season. XL size.

Blue short-sleeved training top with white details and an elegant stand collar. The emblem proudly embroidered on the heart side testifies to belonging to the team. The Diadora logo, present on the right side and repeated on the shoulders. At the bottom of the logos, the imposing commercial sponsor Peroni shines. On the back, the sponsors are repeated in a larger form.

In the 2000-2001 season, a significant moment occurred for Napoli with the official entry of Giorgio Corbelli into the club. This entrepreneur from Brescia acquires 50% of the club's shares, creating a double presidency, a unique case in Serie A.

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Napoli training shirt produced by the technical sponsor Diadora for the 2008/2009 football season. Size XL.

The Neapolitan team's shirt is light blue, a crew-neck model with black and white details on the sleeves. On the heart side there is the Napoli crest, while on the right you can see the logo of the technical sponsor Diadora in blue and the lettering of the commercial sponsor Lete further down. On the back of the shirt, the sponsors are recalled in the same colors, and at the bottom there is the 'NAPOLI' lettering in blue with a white outline.

Napoli's 2008–09 season was their 63rd in Serie A and their 67th overall in the top flight. To prepare for their return to Europe after 14 years, Napoli made several signings, including Christian Maggio from Sampdoria, Germán Denis from Independiente, Andrea Russotto from Bellinzona, Leandro Rinaudo from Palermo and Salvatore Aronica from Reggina.


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.


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