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The Prize

Take home this red Empoli FC goalkeeper shirt, issued for the italian goalkeeper Pietro Terracciano for a match against Ascoli, for the 4th day of the 2017/18 Serie B championship. 

The game played at the Castellani Stadium in Empoli on September 16, 2017 ended 3-0 in favor of the home team. It was Donnarumma who made the first goal. Francesco Caputo and Nikola Ninkovic brought full victory for Empoli with their two goals. 

For this match against Ascoli, the Empoli FC players wore a special patch on their left sleeve to make their contribution to supporting the city of Livorno following the severe storm on September 10. 

Proceeds will go to support the "AiutiamoLI" campaign promoted by sports and entertainment figures in collaboration with the bank Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Castagneto Carducci. This initiative was specially created in favor of Livorno and its inhabitants in this time of difficulty and despair.

Features:

  • Short-sleeve goalkeeper shirt
  • Empoli emblem applique on chest
  • Sponsored by Joma
  • Serie B patch applique on right sleeve
  • Rispetto patch applique on left sleeve
  • Name and number in thin plastic applique
  • #21, Size XL

The Cause

Empoli FC has always been involved in philanthropic activities. After years of successful campaigns, they decided to found their own charity.

Empoli for Charity Onlus allows the Football Club to directly manage events and projects, involving their followers and keeping them updated, thus consequently better supporting the projects. With this online team, it is able to reach a broader range of its members, fans and supporters.

We have many goals, but the most important is to help people in need. Even the smallest action could be crucial for someone, so we carefully evaluate each individual situation to understand how we can help. We monitor people in difficult situations, especially kids, teens, the elderly, and people with disabilities and genetic diseases.

 

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P19291

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