Buffon's Signed Match Shirt, Israel-Italy 2016
Take home this yellow Italy goalkeeper's shirt, the version used for a match against Israel in the World Cup 2018 Qualifiers, for Juventus FC goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
The Italians took the game played in Haifa on September 5, 2016 with a 3-1 sweep.
- Yellow short-sleeved goalkeeper's shirt
- Signed by Gianluigi Buffon
- Italy emblem on chest
- Sponsored by Puma
- Match details on chest
- FIFA World Qualifiers patch on right sleeve
- Respect patch on left sleeve
- Name and number in smooth plastic lettering
- #1, Size XL
This item was supplied to the squad for a match, was made available to the players on matchday and differs from the shirts found on general sale. It is possible that this shirt was worn by the player for the match and then washed afterwards but it cannot be guaranteed.
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