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  1. The Legendary Striped Jersey of the Rossoneri
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The Legendary Striped Jersey of the Rossoneri

Midfielder Antonio Nocerino started his track to professional soccer when he signed with Juventus as a youth player in 1997 at age 13. He has been with A.C. Milan since 2011 and has played for several excellent clubs throughout his career. Since leaving Juventus at the senior level in 2004, he has played for Avellino (on loan) Genoa, Catanzaro (on loan), Crotone (on loan), Messina (on loan), Piacenza, Juventus, Palermo and now Milan. He captained Italy's U-21 team and has played for his nation's senior squad since 2008.

The Rossoneri have never looked better than they do in their red and black.

Black to inspire fear and red to represent the fire in their hearts. Ignite your passion for the great club in this, AC Milan's official home jersey for the 12/13 season.

This new jersey highlights the tradition of AC Milan with an iconic polo collar and Italian flag details.

AC Milan team badge and adidas logo.

Engineered fabric. ClimaCool moisture control. 100% polyester.


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At the 1954 World Cup, adidas founder Adi Dassler adapted the shoes of the German national team to the ground conditions with his revolutionary screw-in studs. Germany won the tournament. The Copa Mundial, the world’s best-selling soccer boot, was introduced in 1982. Rules of the Game: A match may not start if either team consists of fewer than seven players. Rules of the Game: The distance between the posts of an official goal is 8 yards (7.32 m) and the distance from the lower edge of the crossbar to the ground is 8 feet (2.44 m). The 1934 and 1990 World Cups were held in Italy.