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The Legend

Though he may have hung up his boots after the 2011-12 season, Alessandro Del Piero made his mark and will always be regarded as one of the greatest Italian players of all time. He made his debut for Juventus in 1993 and spent 19 seasons with the club, appearing in over 500 Serie A matches and scoring over 200 league goals. Del Piero's long list of honors includes six Serie A championships as well as the 1996 UEFA Champions League title. At the international level, he was a member of Italy's victorious 2006 FIFA World Cup squad. Pay tribute to the accomplishments of this legendary player with an official Juventus jersey!

This new all black away jersey has applied white stripes at each cuff. The black represents the 11/12 Serie A Champs hunger for more glory and Juventus' determination to dominate.

The crewneck jersey honors the kit worn by the 41/42 team who won the Coppa Italia. The club's motto is screened on the inside collar - Vincere Non e Importante e L'Unica Cosa che Conta, which means Winning is not important, it is everything.

Includes embroidered Juventus team badge, two championship stars and Nike logo at front.

Lightweight, ventilated mesh polyester. Juventus is screened on the back neck.

100% Dri-FIT recycled polyester. Imported.


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