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

Born to an Italian mother and Egyptian father, Stephan El Shaarawy is one of the highest-rated young players in Italy. He made his first senior club appearance at age 16 years and 55 days with Genoa in 2008. He came to Milan in 2011 and has a contract through 2017. El Shaarawy started serving the Italian national team as a U-16 player in 2008 and has continued through the system as a U21 player.

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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