Chiellini Juventus match worn shirt, Juventus-Napoli TimCup 2012 Final - signed
The Juventus jersey worn and autographed by Giorgio Chiellini!
This jersey has been worn under Giorgio's tracksuit, while seated on the bench, during the Juventus-Naples, TimCup Finale2011/2012, played May 20th 2012 at the Stadio Olimpico in Roma.
This was also because it was the last game in the black & white colours for Captain and icon Alex Del Piero: the jersey represents a patch celebrating this occasion, rendering this an unique jersey.
- Short sleeve black and white jersey worn on the bench
- Autographed by player on back
- Patch "One Love" on chest, celebrating Alex Del Piero's last game
- Official patch Finale TimCup on sleeves
- Juventus crest on chest
- Internal label with washing instructions
- Name and number applied in thin plastic
- Sponsor BetClic
- #3 - Size XL
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