Cristiano Ronaldo's Match-Issued/Worn Shirt, 2017 Cardiff Final
Take home this purple Real Madrid C.F. away shirt, issued/worn by the Portuguese phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo for a match against Juventus FC for the 2017 Champions League Final.
The game played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on June 3, 2017 ended 4-1 in favor of the Blancos. CR7, recognized as the "Man of The Match," scored an amazing double that allowed Real Madrid to raise in victory its 12th Champion's Cup in the team's history.
This is an absolutely unique piece of memorabilia of one of the best footballers of all time. On December 9, 2017 Cristiano Ronaldo was awarded his 5th Golden Ball by France Football. He and Barcelona's Argentinian Lionel Messi, now both at their 5th Golden Ball awards, are a step above the rest of the world and all the top players of the past: Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini and Alfredo di Stefano.
- Long-sleeve away shirt
- Real Madrid emblem applique on chest
- Sponsored by Adidas
- Match details applique on chest
- Champions League patch applique on right sleeve
- Respect patch applique on left sleeve
- Adizero Technology
- Name and number in thin plastic applique
- #7, size 8
Live Onlus is an Italian nonprofit organization created in June, 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer players Alessandro Lambrughi (former Livorno defender for six years) and Giacomo Bindi. Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Pasquale Schiattarella, Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani, Matteo Bruscagin, Elia Legati, Ermanno Fumagalli, Davide Di Quinzio, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials.
Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields.
Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field.