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The Prize

Take home this blue Hellas Verona FC home shirt issued to Italian midfielder Valerio Verre for a match against Atalanta played on the 34th matchday of Serie A TIM.

The game was played at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bengodi on July 18, 2020 and ended in a 1-1 draw with Matteo Pessina scoring the equalizer to Duvan Zapata's opening goal.

Hellas Verona and Atalanta have joined forces to support the #MattoneDelCuore campaign promoted by Paolo Brosio's 'Olimpiadi del Cuore' association to build the first hospital with ER in Citluk, Bosnia Herzegovina, for all races and religions.

This shirt features a special patch on the back in support of the 'Olimpiadi del Cuore' project.

Features:

- Blue short-sleeved home shirt 
- Issued to Valerio Verre
- Hellas Verona FC emblem sewn onto chest 
- Sponsor Macron
- Serie A TIM patch on right sleeve 
- Olimpiadi del Cuore patch on back 
- Name and number in smooth plastic lettering 
- #14, 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.

The Cause

The Onlus Olimpiadi del Cuore Association, founded by Paolo Brosio, at the end of 2015 health authorities of the hospital of Mostar and from the Municipality of Citluk gave authorization and approval for the project presented by Architect Gugole di Verona for the First Emergency Hospital of Medjugorjefrom, which will be a primary social and health facility not only for Christian pilgrims from all over the world but also for Bosnian Muslim residents, Orthodox Christian Serbs and Croatian Catholics.

At a time of great tensions all over the world due to conflicts between different ethnic groups and religions, this new emergency hospital, the first in the history of Medjugorj, represents a message of peace and international solidarity.

The project is called "Brick of the Heart - Medjugorje First Emergency Hospital" - Name of the "Peace Hospital".

The symbol of the Brick of the Heart, sculpted by the great sculptor priest Don Silvio Zanelli of the diocese of Florence in Florentine terracotta from Impruneta (the historic stone of the largest Florentine and Tuscan Medici palaces), is also given to all the other solidarity initiatives that have been carried out in recent years in Italy and other countries.

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Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P40958

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