Buffon's Match-Issue Italy Shirt, 2010 World Cup
Take home this red Italian national team goalkeeper's shirt, issued to Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon for the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa.
- Red short-sleeved goalkeeper's shirt
- Issued to Gianluigi Buffon
- Italy emblem on chest
- Sponsored by Puma
- FIFA World Champions 2006 patch on chest
- FIFA World Cup patch on right sleeve
- Name and number in smooth plastic lettering
- Number 1
- Size XL
Please note: The FIFA World Champions 2006 patch has become partially detached, an aspect that in no way alters the value of this collector's piece.
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