Official Acerbi Sassuolo shirt, Europe League 16/17 - signed
This auction is for the Juventus home shirt of midfielder Claudio Marchisio, worn during a Serie A 2015/2016 match.
Claudio supports the campaign Un Gol per la Ricerca. On Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 November the world of football is siding with the Italian Association for Cancer Research 'Un Gol per la Ricerca', an initiative promoted in collaboration with the FIGC, Lega Serie A, AIA and TIM.
Marchisio has also signed the shirt, making it even more unique.
- Juventus home shirt, short-sleeved
- Worn by Claudio Marchisio
- Juventus crest stitched on the chest
- Sponsor Adidas
- Scudetto patch and Italian Cup on the chest
- Adizero technology
- Signed by player
- Name and number applied in thin plastic
- #8, size 7
Claudio Marchisio has decided to auction this item to support AIRC.
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Live a Dream, Make a Change
AIRC’s goals are to finance ongoing oncological research, with particular attention given to young researchers, as well as to raise awareness and inform the public.
The Italian Association for Cancer Research (Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sul Cancro, or AIRC), a private non-profit association, was founded in 1965 by a group of researchers at the Istituto Tumori in Milan, including Umberto Veronesi and Giuseppe della Porta, with invaluable support from eminent local businesspeople.
From the outset, AIRC has been committed to promoting cancer research in Italy and has gradually expanded to include 17 Regional Committees and 1,462,179 members. These are people whose generosity supports the association and allows it to exist and move forward. AIRC raises funds and gives out grants for cancer research and keeps the public up to date on the latest news in this field.
Funds raised are allocated to research through a rigorous selection process based on merit and transparency. The Scientific Committee, made up of 24 renowned Italian oncologists, assure professionalism in evaluating these research projects and grants.