Immobile's Italy National Football Team Shirt by Ermanno Scervino
Take home the offical Italy national football team dark blue shirt produced by Ermanno Scervino, made to measure for SS Lazio striker Ciro Immobile.
This is a new shirt that cannot be found on general sale. The inner label has been personalized for Immobile.
The official pre and post training kits and ceremonial suits for the Italy squad are provided by the designer Ermanno Scervino thanks to a partnership that began at Euro 2016 in France.
The kit is custom made for all FIGC players, training staff and managers using the Ermanno Scervino stamp of excellence in style and tailoring.
European size 52
Made in Italy
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