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1996 Italy Home Shirt Ravenelli #20 XL

Classic 11

Relive Fabrizio Ravanelli's Euro 1996Ì_with this originalÌ_Nike Italy home football shirt.

Player
Fabrizio Ravanelli
Seasons
1996/1997
Size
Adults Extra Large (XL)
Condition
8/10 - Excellent. Few tiny dots on the lowr front (see photos)
Chest measurement
44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Nike
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
Blue, white & gold trim

OfficialÌ_Nike Italy home football shirt from the 1996/1997 international season. Complete with Ravanelli #20 on the front and back of the shirt.

The condition of this vintage footballÌ_shirt is 8/10 - Excellent. Few tiny dots on the lower front (see photos)

All size and manufacturers label present (see photos). The material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers, and patches are all also in superb condition.

Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.

Fabrizio Ravanelli is an Italian former international footballer, who won five titles with Juventus, including a Serie A championship in 1995 and a Champions League title in 1996.

Ravanelli was born in Perugia. He started and finished his playing career in the local team Perugia Calcio. Other notable career stops were Juventus and Marseille. In all, during his career, he played with twelve clubs from four countries; his native Italy, England, France, and Scotland. He earned 22 caps for the Italian national team.

Affectionately known the "White Feather" (Italian: Penna Bianca) in recognition of his prematurely whitened hair, he was one of Europe's top goalscorers in the mid-1990s. Playing for Juventus, Ravanelli won one Serie A title (199495), one Coppa Italia (199495), one Supercoppa Italiana (1995), one Champions League (199596), where he scored in the final against Ajax, and one UEFA Cup (199293). On 27 September 1994, he memorably scored all five goals for Juventus against CSKA Sofia in a 51 win. In the 1996 UEFA Champions League Final, he put Juventus 10 up. Ajax subsequently equalized, but Juventus still won the game through penalty shootout.



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