Icardi's Signed Match-Worn Shirt with UNICEF Patch, Inter-Atalanta
.@MauroIcardi, @bonucci_leo19, @chiellini, Daniele De Rossi, Marek Hamsik... Le maglie personalizzate dei 20 capitani di #SerieATIM all'asta per beneficenza!— Serie A TIM (@SerieA_TIM) November 30, 2017
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Take home this black/blue Inter FC shirt, worn by the Argentinian captain Mauro Icardi for a match against Atalanta, valid for the 13th day of the 2017/18 Serie A TIM Championship.
The game played at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium on November 19, 2017 ended 2-0 in favor of the home team, thanks to the fantastic double by Icardi himself, the absolute hero of the match.
For this 13th day of the 2017/18 Serie A TIM Championship all the captains from the 20 different teams wore the special UNICEF patch applique on their left sleeve.
Icardi even signed the shirt on live television shortly after the match, making it a truly unique, extraordinary piece of memorabilia.
This shirt has not been washed and shows evident signs of wear.
- Short-sleeve home shirt
- Inter emblem sewn on chest
- Sponsored by Nike
- Serie A TIM patch applique on right sleeve
- UNICEF patch applique on left sleeve
- Name and number in thin plastic applique
- #9, size L
The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18) and adolescents all over the world, and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions.
Our organization is therefore both a non-governmental organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals.
The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country.