Did you Know?

1990-1991 was the best team’s season since the post-war. An unexpected 4th place was reached by the team led by Osvaldo Bagnoli with direct access to Uefa Cup. Extraordinary season also for Pato Aguilera who scored 15 goals in 31 games. 

GENOA F.C.


1990-1991


Match Worn Shirt


Aguilera Pato


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Aguilera began his career playing for River Plate Montevideo, from 1980 to 1982. From 1983 to 1985 he played in Club Nacional de Football, then passed to Independiente Medellín (1985), returned to Nacional (1986), Racing Club of Argentina (1986), again in Nacional (1987), and Tecos of Mexico (1987–88). In 1988, he went to Europe to play for Italian clubs Genoa C.F.C. (1989–92), and then A.C. Torino (1992–94). He returned to C.A. Peñarol in 1994, where he played until 1999, finishing a brilliant career. Whilst at Genoa he memorably scored two goals at Anfield to knock Liverpool out of the 1991–92 UEFA Cup.

GENOA F.C.


1992-1993


Genoa vs Internazionale


Match Worn Shirt


Signorini Gianluca


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This shirt was worn by GIanluca Signorini during the Serie A game between Genoa and Internazionale which took place in Genova, “Luigi Ferraris” Stadium, on May 16th 1993. Genoa draw 1-1 and at the end of the game Signorini swapped his shirt with an Internazionale’s player whom we got it from. Signorini was signed by Genoa in 1988, after personal requests by coach Francesco Scoglio; during his first season with the club, he immediately helped the team to Serie A promotion by winning the 1988–89 Serie B title. In total, he played seven seasons for Genoa, all seven years as team captain; a hard defender and a fan favourite, he is remembered as one of the last (and best) Italian sweepers. In his later years at the club, he was a vital member of the Genoese “dream team” which managed to reach the semi-finals of the 1991–92 UEFA Cup, and became the first Italian team to beat Liverpool F.C. on their Anfield Road home turf; he also helped the team to a fourth-place finish during the 1990–91 Serie A season, the club’s best league finish since the end of the Second World War. He left Genoa in 1995, aged 35, to join his hometown club Pisa, then in Serie D, and retired two years later. He played 210 Serie A matches with 6 goals.

GENOA F.C.


1993-1994


Match Worn Shirt

GENOA F.C.


2001-2002


Match Worn Shirt


Francioso Cosimo 

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Francioso is a retired Italian footballer who played as striker. He joined Genoa in 1998. He spent with the team 4 years playing 132 games and scoring 88 goals. 

GENOA F.C.


2002-2003


Match Worn Shirt


Francioso Cosimo 

GENOA F.C.


2007-2008


Catania vs Lecce


Unwashed Match Worn Shirt


Lucarelli Alessandro


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This shirt was worn by Alessandro Lucarelli during the Serie A game between Catania and Genoa which took place in Catania, “Angelo Massimino” Stadium, on September 2nd 2007. Genoa draw 0-0 and at the end of the game, Lucarelli swapped his shirt with a Catania’s player whom we got it from. Lucarelli joined Genoa in 2007–2008, having been exchanged to Siena from Reggina for Francesco Cozza, but immediately leaving for Genoa, where he signed a three-year contract. Genoa paid €1.9 million to Siena to acquire Lucarelli. Lucarelli played 29 games scoring one goal.

GENOA F.C.


2008-2009


Match Worn Shirt


Milito Diego


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At the beginning of 2004, Milito moved to Italian second division club Genoa for £8 million. After two very successful seasons, where he scored 33 goals in 59 matches in Italy, Genoa were relegated down to Serie C1 as a punishment for an alleged match-fixing case in the final match of the 2004–05 season against Venezia. Due to this, Milito was forced to leave Genoa and would ultimately join his brother Gabriel at Real Zaragoza in the Spanish La Liga.  On 1 September 2008, just a few minutes before the transfer window closure time, Genoa completed the transfer of Milito from Zaragoza after the Spanish team were relegated to the Segunda División. His agent, Fernando Hidalgo, confirmed Milito chose explicitly to return to Genoa despite having received more lucrative offers from other major European clubs. He made his Serie A debut on 14 September against Milan. Genoa won the game 2–0 with Milito assisting the first goal and scoring the second. On 9 November, Milito scored his first hat-trick for Genoa in the 4–0 victory against Reggina. He finished the season with 24 goals in 31 league appearances, placing him second behind Zlatan Ibrahimović in the Capocannonieri scoring title.

Things to Know:

Born in Latina and a product of the Genoa youth system, Perin was promoted to first team squad on January 2010, as a third-choice goalkeeper, and received the 88 jersey. Considered one of the most promising young Italian players in his position, Perin is an agile and dynamic keeper, who is highly regarded for his excellent reactions, positional sense and consistency; possessing good technique, he is gifted with strong all-round fundamental goalkeeping skills, and is also known for his speed and ability to come off his line to collect the ball. Due to his attributes and playing style, he has been compared to Walter Zenga.

GENOA F.C.


2015-2016


Match Worn Shirt


Perin Mattia

Did you Know?

The style of this shirt was exclusively designed by LOTTO for the Genoa’s goalkeeper. The design on front represents the Genova’s sea.

GENOA F.C.


2020-2021


Napoli vs Genoa


Match Issued Shirt


Criscito Domenico


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This shirt was issued for Domenico Criscito for the Serie A game between Napoli and Genoa which took place in Napoli, “Stadio San Paolo”, on September 27th 2020. Napoli defeated Genoa 6-0. Criscito didn’t play the game but he swapped his spare shirt with a Napoli’s player whom we got it from. A native of southern Italy, Criscito moved up north at age 13 to pursue his football career. He started his professional career at Genoa, for whom he made his debut in Serie B in June 2003 at the age of 16. In the summer of 2004, Genoa sold 50% of Criscito and Francesco Volpe contracts to Juventus for €1.9 million, with 50% contract of Antonio Nocerino was sold to Genoa for €450,000. After he moved to Juventus in 2004, not content to remain on the bench, Criscito opted to return to Genoa on loan in the opening days of the 2007–08 winter transfer window. On 3 July 2008, he was sent on loan to Genoa again for €1 million with the Ligurian club having the option to purchase half of his contract for €5.5 million. In February 2009, he scored his first goal since returning to Genoa, the winner against Palermo. In June 2009 Genoa excised the option to sign him in a co-ownership for pre-agreed price. He was very impressive after re-joining Genoa, who were back in Serie A by then, and he retained a place in the starting line-up as Gian Piero Gasperini’s first choice left-back. However, he did not rule out a return to Juventus after being linked to a permanent return to replace Fabio Grosso. In September against Napoli, Criscito was shown a straight red card for allegedly swearing at the referee after being penalized for a foul on Christian Maggio, but Gasperini later defended the 23-year-old saying that he was angry at himself, not the referee. The appeal to rescind the red card was turned down, but his ban was reduced to 2–3 matchdays. On 25 June 2010, Juventus announced that the Criscito’s remaining 50% registration rights were sold for another €6 million fee. However co-currently 50% registration rights of Leonardo Bonucci was signed from Genoa via Bari for €8 million. He moved again from Genoa in June 2011 while he signed for Russian Premier League club Zenit where he spent eight years. In May 2018, it was reported that Criscito had announced to sign for his former club Genoa via his personal Instagram account. His return was officially announced by the club on 24 May. Few days later he was assigned number 4 shirt.