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The Prize

Take home this wonderful shirt signed on the front by footballing legend Dino Zoff.

This shirt is a perfect replica of the one the brilliant goalkeeper wore for the 1982 World Cup. This is a precious piece of sporting history that can only grow in value.

Dino Zoff is an Italian former professional football goalkeeper. He won the 1968 European Championship and the 1982 World Cup with the Italian national team, which he went on to manage from 1998 to 2000.

Considered one of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of the sport, in eleven years with Juventus Zoff made 479 appearances for Juventus in all competitions, making 330 Serie A appearances with the club, winning the Serie A championship six times, the Coppa Italia twice and the UEFA Cup once.

After his retirement as a player, Zoff went into coaching and served as Juventus's head coach from 1988 to 1990, winning the UEFA Cup and the Coppa Italia during the 1989–90 season, while also helping the club to a third-place finish in the league.

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The Cause

History Life Onlus was born out of a group of young volunteers’ passion for history and culture.
Our belief is that knowledge is the heritage of us all and that every one of us should know his/her own past in order to become a better version of himself/herself.
At the center of our activities are the protection, promotion and enhancement of culture and art in all of their forms and expressions. To this end, one of our main goals for 2017 is to create a fund for scholarships for deserving but economically disadvantaged students.
We believe that knowledge is a right of everyone: every citizen of the world should have the possibility to access it, independently from his/her economic situation, because only instruction makes men truly free.

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  • In condition as donated.
Item #P27906

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