Have Lunch with Giuseppe Bergomi and Receive a Signed Inter Shirt
Have lunch with world champion Giuseppe Bergomi!
By winning this amazing experience, you, and a friend, will have the chance to meet the former long-time fullback of International Milan, have lunch with him and find out all the interesting details of his extraordinary career.
Born in Milan on December 22, 1963, Bergomi entered the International Milan academy at 16, becoming a leader and flagship player. With Inter, he played 756 matches—519 in the Serie A and 117 in the European Cups.
At the time, he was second in line just after Javier Zanetti for the number of appearances with the black and blue shirt.
His achievements with the team are incredible: between 1982 and 1998 he totalled over 81 appearances, taking part in four World Championships, including the World Cup in 1982. He was the youngest Italian footballer to have won the World Cup after Pelè.
During the lunch, Bergomi will give you the official Inter 2017/2018 season shirt signed by him.
The lunch will take place within six months of the auction closure in Milan, on a mutually agreed upon week day.
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