Spinazzola's Match Shorts, Italy-Greece 2019
Take home this green Italy national football team third shorts, version used for the match against Greece in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, for AS Roma defender Leonardo Spinazzola.
The game was played on October 12, 2019 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and ended in a 2-0 win to Italy thanks to goals by Jorginho and Federico Bernardeschi. These two goals sealed Italy's qualification for the next European competition.
Italy played in a new, commemorative green kit. The ‘Renaissance’ strip recognises the new generation of Italy players coming through and also the national team’s 2-0 win against Argentina at the Olimpico in 1954 – the only time they have previously worn green.
- Green third shorts
- Italy emblem on chest
- Sponsored by Puma
- Made with Dry-Cell technology
- Number in smooth plastic lettering
- Number 7
- Size L
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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