Sema's Special Worn Shirt, Udinese Calcio -SPAL
Take home this black and white Udinese Calcio shirt worn by midfielder Ken Nlata Sema for the first half of the match against SPAL on the 12th matchday of Serie A TIM 2019/20.
For the match against SPAL, which will take place on November 10, 2019 at the Dacia Arena in Udine, Udinese will play in black and white shirts with a special “Udinese per la Vita Onlus” patch on the left sleeve.
Udinese per la Vita Onlus is an association that was founded on May 9, 1998 by Giuliana Linda Pozzo with the aim of supporting professional training in the areas of health, social assistance and scientific research.
The auction winner will also have the chance to receive his/her shirt directly from the footballers during a team training session at the Dino Bruseschi Sports Center.
Please note: If the footballer is on the bench and does not play during the first half the auction winner will receive a shirt that has been worn but not on pitch. If the player is not called up for the match the shirt received will be issued but unworn.
The "Udinese per la Vita" nonprofit association was established on May 9, 1998 by Giuliana Linda Pozzo.
This is the first nonprofit organization by an Italian football club whose purpose is the incentive and support, through the collection of funds and other initiatives, of professional training in health, social welfare and scientific research. There have been several interventions in support of scientific research and health in general in the Friuli region in the form of the purchase of high-tech scientific equipment.
In recent years, the charity has made donations to the University Hospital Santa Maria della Misericordia di Udine, the Gervasutta di Udine Rehabilitation Center, the Nemo Institute (with the donation of a particular piece of sophisticated scientific equipment named "percussionaire," which improves the respiratory treatment for many people with neuromuscular pathologies), the Pordenone General Hospital, and the Moretti Park with new sports equipment. Recently the nonprofit organization, with the support of Magda Pozzo, Simona Ventura and Umberta Gnutti Beretta, and in collaboration with Lega Serie A, organized the project "La famiglia del pallone," thanks to which 30 children from different "family homes" were able participate in the City Camps organized during the month of June by Udinese Calcio.