Italy National Football Team Suit Worn by Francesco Acerbi
Take home this blue Italy National Football Team suit designed by Emanno Scervino, worn by SS Lazio defender Francesco Acerbi for a 2018 season meet.
This suit, tailormade for the FIGC technical staff and managers, fully reflects the Ermanno Scervino style. It is a dark blue slim-fit suit in cool stretch wool with three-button jacket and trousers without pleats, teamed with a white shirt and a blue silk ottoman tie featuring a small Italian flag in the center.
The Florentine fashion house is a luxury partner of the FIGC and Roberto Mancini's Italy National football squad.
Both the jacket and the pants have been personalized with an inner label bearing the name of the player.
The auction winner will receive:
- Blue FIGC jacket, European size 50
- Blue pants, European size 50
- Tie with Italian flag detail
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