JUVENTUS F.C.


2020-2021


Juventus vs Sampdoria


Match Issued Shirt


Pellegrini Luca


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This shirt was worn by Luca Pellegrini for the Serie A game between Juventus and Sampdoria which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on September 20th 2020. Juventus defeated Sampdoria 3-0. The shirt was issued for the player but not worn because he didn’t join the team for the game against Sampdoria because, while he was officially on the market, coach Pirlo decided not to bring him with team as he was almost officially dealt with Genoa. Pellegrini officially joined Genoa on September 26th 2020, on a one-year loan. The shirt has a special “Keep Racism Out” badge on sleeve used in this game only. This was a campaign promoted by the Lega Serie A and UNAR (National Anti-Discrimination Office of Italian Government) the first LNPA campaign with the aim of combatting all forms of discrimination in sports, during the first matchday of 2020/21 season (19, 20 and 21 September). Before the start of the match, all the teams will line up in front of the branded arch, dedicated to the initiative as well as the ball plinth located on the sidelines and the fourth official’s substitution/extra time board. Furthermore, all the players will have the “Keep Racism Out” patch applied on the jersey’s right sleeve and all the captains will wear the armband with the words “Keep Racism Out”.

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2020-2021


Supercoppa Italiana


Juventus vs Napoli


Match Worn Unwashed Shorts


Ronaldo Cristiano


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These shorts were worn by Cristiano Ronaldo during the “Supercoppa Italiana”. The 2020 Supercoppa Italiana (branded as the PS5 Supercup for sponsorship reasons) was the 33rd edition of the Supercoppa Italiana, the Italian football super cup. It was played on 20 January 2021 for the first time at the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia, between Juventus, the winners of the 2019–20 Serie A championship, and Napoli, the winners of the 2019–20 Coppa Italia. Juventus won the match 2–0 and claimed their ninth Supercoppa Italiana title. Juventus made its ninth consecutive Supercoppa Italiana appearance, and 16th overall. They had a 4–4 record during this run, and were 8–7 overall. Napoli took part in the competition for the fourth time, having already participated as Serie A champions once (1990) and as Coppa Italia winners twice (2012, 2014). Napoli won two of the previous three editions in which they played. On all three occasions Juventus had been the opponent. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring in the 64th minute when a corner from the left broke to him off the back of Napoli’s Tiémoué Bakayoko, he finished to the net from six yards out. Napoli was awarded a penalty kick in the 80th minute, but with a chance to tie the game at 1–1, Lorenzo Insigne missed the net, wide to the left. Álvaro Morata made it 2–0 in the 5th minute of added time with a low shot to the net from the right, after Juan Cuadrado ran into the penalty area and drew goalkeeper David Ospina before passing to him. This match set also an important record in football history. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Juventus and with this goal, he also took his overall goal tally to 760. After the 760th goal, Cristiano Ronaldo is being regarded as the greatest goal-scorer of all-time in professional football (most goals scored by a player for club and country). The title of the greatest goalscorer is much contested, and global governing body FIFA does not keep an official record, according to Reuters. However, it has been reported that Ronaldo has gone past Austro-Czech Josef Bican’s tally of 759 goals. Bican, as well as Brazilian strikers Pele and Romario, scored in excess of 1,000 goals during their careers but those statistics include strikes in amateur, unofficial and friendly matches. Lionel Messi is not far behind on the list as the Barcelona star has netted 719 goals for club and country, put together.

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2020-2021


Juventus vs Spezia


Unwashed Match Worn Shorts


Chiesa Federico


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These shorts were worn by Federico Chiesa during the Serie A game between Juventus and Spezia which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on March 2nd 2021. Juventus defeated Spezia 3-0 and at the end of the game Chiesa gave his shorts to a Spezia’s player whom we got it from. The shorts are also very recognizable from video’s footages.

JUVENTUS F.C.


2020-2021


Match Worn Shirt


Morata Alvaro


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Morata returned to Juventus on 22 September 2020, on a one-year loan worth €10 million, with an option for purchase at €45 million. Juventus also reserve the right to extend the loan for a further year for another €10 million; in this case, the option for purchase is worth €35 million. He made his first appearance for the club since his return on 27 September, in a 2–2 away draw against Roma in Serie A. He scored his first goal for the club since his return on 17 October, in a 1–1 away draw to Crotone. Morata scored a brace on 20 October, to help Juventus win 2–0 in the UEFA Champions League group stage match against Dynamo Kyiv away from home. On 28 October, he had three goals disallowed for offside against Barcelona in a Champions League group stage game, which Juventus lost 2–0 at home.

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2020-2021


Juventus vs Benevento


“Keep Racism Out” Special


Match Worn Shirt


Ronaldo Cristiano


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This shirt was issued for Cristiano Ronaldo for the Serie A game between Juventus and Benevento which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on March 21st 2021. This is a special shirt with a special “Keep Racism Out” badge on sleeve and a special number used by the team in this game only. The special number is filled with anti-discrimination phrases printed on, following the Serie A’s campaign “Keep Racism Out” that aims to fight racism in football. While all Serie A teams wore the special badge on sleeve, Juventus F.C. was the only team to play with these special numbers. All numbers were different as visible from the Chiellini and Ronaldo shirts below.

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2020-2021


Juventus vs Benevento


Match Worn Unwashed Shorts


Ronaldo Cristiano


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These shorts were worn by Cristiano Ronaldo during the Serie A game between Juventus and Benevento which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on March 21st 2021. On 20 September 2020, Ronaldo scored in Juventus’s opening match of the season, a 3–0 home win over Sampdoria in Serie A. On 1 November, after Ronaldo took nearly three weeks to recover from COVID-19, he returned to action against Spezia where he came off the bench in the second half and scored within the first three minutes. He later scored a second goal from the penalty spot in an eventual 4–1 away win. On 2 December, he scored a goal against Dynamo Kyiv in a Champions League group stage match to reach his 750th senior career goal. Ronaldo played his 100th match in all competitions for Juventus on 13 December, scoring two penalties in a 3–1 away win to Genoa in the league, and bringing his goal tally to 79. On 2 March 2021, he scored a goal in a 3–0 win over Spezia in his 600th league match, to become the first player to score at least 20 goals over 12 consecutive seasons in the top five leagues of Europe.

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2020-2021


Parma vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Rabiot Adrien


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This shirt was worn by Adrien Rabiot during the Serie A game between Parma and Juventus which took place in Parma, “Ennio Tardini” Stadium, on December 19th 2020. Juventus defeated Parma 4-0. Rabiot was a bench player but at the end of the game swapped his shirt with a Parma’s player whom we got it from. On 1 July 2019, Rabiot signed for Juventus on a free transfer. He made his debut for the club on 24 August, in the team’s opening match of the 2019–20 Serie A season, coming on as a second-half substitute for Sami Khedira in a 1–0 away win over Parma. He scored his first goal for the club on 7 July 2020 – the opening goal in a 4–2 away loss to Milan in Serie A – with a “spectacular finish from the edge of the box – after running with the ball from his own half.”


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2020-2021


Champions League


Porto vs Juventus


Unwashed Match Worn Shorts


Chiesa Federico


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These shorts were worn by Federico Chiesa during the Champions League game between Porto and Juventus which took place in Porto, “Estadio do Dragao”, on February 17th 2021. Porto defeated Juventus 2-1. The shorts were worn in the second half so they are the shorts that he wore when he scored at minute ’82. Shorts are very dirty on the back and they have several stains on front as well, recognizable from game’s footages and pictures. On 5 October 2020, Chiesa signed a two-year loan deal with Juventus; a €3 million loan for the first season and a €7 million loan for the second season, with a conditional obligation to buy for €40 million plus €10 million in variables. On 17 October, Chiesa made his debut for Juventus, providing an assist for Álvaro Morata and getting a straight red card in a 1–1 away draw to Crotone. He made his UEFA Champions League debut three days later, in a 2–0 away win over Dynamo Kyiv. He scored his first goal in the competition, and for Juventus, on 2 December, in a 3–0 home win against the same opponent. Chiesa’s first league goal for Juventus came on 16 December, scoring a long-distance goal in a 1–1 home draw against Atalanta. On 6 January 2021, Chiesa scored a brace against league-leaders Milan to help Juventus win 3–1 away from home; it was Milan’s first league defeat in 27 games. Chiesa scored three goals against Porto in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League round of 16: one in the first leg and two in the second leg. However, Juventus were eliminated on away goals rule. On 19 May, he scored the match–winning goal in a 2–1 victory over Atalanta in the 2021 Coppa Italia Final. At the start of the new season, on 29 September 2021, in the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League, Chiesa scored the winning goal in a 1–0 home win against title holders Chelsea in a group stage match, equalling Alessandro Del Piero’s record of four consecutive goals in the competition. On 9 January 2022, during a match against Roma, Chiesa suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury, rulling him out for seven months. Chiesa ended his season early with four goals in 18 appearances.

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2020-2021


Juventus vs Verona


HumanRace Limited Edition


Match Issued Shirt


Ronaldo Cristiano


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This shirt was issued for Cristiano Ronaldo for the Serie A game between Juventus and Verona which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on October 25th 2020. Juventus draw 1-1 but Ronaldo couldn’t play the game due COVID-19.  The five times Ballon D’Or winner had earlier tested positive on October 13 while he was on international duty with the Portugal in the UEFA Nations League. As a result of contracting the coronavirus, Ronaldo missed several games for Juventus’. including the Champions League’s game against Barcelona. This shirt is a very limited edition kit released by Adidas in partnership with the artist Pharrell Williams and it is part of the “Humanrace” collection. Pharrell Williams reinterprets the team’s 2015-16 iconic pink shirt with an ultra-graphic contemporary twist. Crafted entirely from recycled polyester, this T-shirt offers a unique fusion of style, sport and eco-friendly principles. Graphic prints on the front and sleeves reinforce the project’s ethical commitment. This shirt used by the team in this game only. The same “Humanrace” kit was also released for sale with significant differences. The player’s shirts have the Cygames’s sponsor on the back while retail’s versions have “HUMANRACE” printed on the back alongside with a frontal tag with Jeep and Adidas logo which are not printed on player’s shirts. Definitely a very rare shirt and a true gem for all collectors.

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2020-2021


Juventus vs Verona


HumanRace Limited Edition


Match Worn Shorts


McKennie Weston


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These shorts were worn by Weston McKennie during the Serie A game between Juventus and Verona which took place on October 25th 2020. McKennie was a bench player and he didn’t get in to the pitch. These shorts are part of the Adidas HumanRace kit associated to the shirt above. On August 29, 2020, it was announced that McKennie joined Serie A side Juventus on a year-long loan. In doing so, he became Juventus’ first player—and Serie A’s fifth—from the United States. The move was structured as an initial year-long loan for a fee of €4.5 million, with an option to make the loan permanent at the end of the season. However, if McKennie meets certain performance incentives, the option will automatically trigger, and the deal will become permanent. In both scenarios, the deal will be for €18.5 million, which could rise an additional €7 million. On September 7, McKennie had his introductory press conference and was given the number 14. McKennie made his league debut for Juventus on September 20, starting and playing the full 90 minutes in a 3–0 league home win against Sampdoria. McKennie made his Champions League debut for the club in the second match of the group stage, coming on in the 75th minute of a 2–0 home defeat to Barcelona. On November 1, McKennie got on the score sheet for the first time for Juventus, earning an assist on the opening goal by Álvaro Morata in a 4–1 win against Spezia. On November 24, McKennie started a Champions League match against Ferencváros, becoming the first American international in Italy to do so. McKennie scored his first goal for Juventus on December 5, in the Derby della Mole against Torino; he scored the equalizer of the match, which eventually ended in a 2–1 win.[25] Three days later, McKennie scored his first Champions League goal for Juventus—a scissor kick on the volley—against Barcelona, helping his team win 3–0 away from home and finish in first place in their group. On January 6, 2021, McKennie scored a goal against league-leaders Milan in a 3–1 away win; it was Milan’s first league defeat in 27 games. On March 3, 2021, Juventus exercised their purchase option for €18.5 million, plus €6.5 million in potential bonuses, on a four-year contract. McKennie started for Juventus in the Coppa Italia Final against Atalanta; he assisted Dejan Kulusevski for the team’s first goal in an eventual 2–1 win. McKennie finished the 2020–21 season with six goals in 46 appearances in all competitions.

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2020-2021


Timvision Cup


Atalanta vs Juventus


Match Issued Shirt


Ronaldo Cristiano


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This shirt was issued for Cristiano Ronaldo for the Timvision Cup (Italy Cup Final) game between Atalanta and Juventus which took place in Reggio Emilia, “Mapei Stadium” Stadium on May 19th 2021. Juventus defeated Atalanta 2-1. With this victory Ronaldo became the first player in history to win every major domestic trophy in England, Spain, and Italy. Ronaldo ended the league campaign with 29 goals, winning the Capocannoniere award for highest goalscorer and becoming the first footballer to finish as top scorer in the English, Spanish, and Italian leagues. This style of shirt is the 2021/2022 home kit, that used by the team in the last two games of the 2020/2021 season, against Atalanta in the Timvision Cup game and against Bologna in the last Serie A’s game of the season, when the team reached the 2021/2022 Champions League’s qualification reaching the 4th place. Juventus with new coach Andrea Pirlo won the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana, but it wasn’t enough since at the end of the season Pirlo got fired and replaced by Massimiliano From his side. On May 12th, Ronaldo scored a goal in a 3–1 away win over Sassuolo to reach his 100th goal for Juventus in all competitions on his 131st appearance, becoming the fastest Juventus player to achieve the feat.

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2020-2021


Coppa Italia


Juventus vs Spal


Match Worn Shirt


Buffon Gianluigi


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This shirt was worn by Gianluigi Buffon during the Coppa Italia game between Juventus and Spal which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on January 27th 2021. Juventus defeated Spal 4-0. On 17 October, Buffon made his first appearance of the 2020–21 season, and his 650th appearance in Serie A, starting in a 1–1 away draw against Crotone. On 8 December, Buffon kept a clean sheet by saving seven shots, all of them taken by Messi, in a 3–0 away win over Barcelona in Juventus’ final group match of the campaign. With this shutout, Buffon became the first goalkeeper to ever record a Champions League clean sheet in four different decades. Messi’s seven shots on target were also the most recorded without scoring in the Champions League since the 2002–03 edition. On 11 May 2021, Buffon announced that he would leave Juventus at the end of the season. The following day, Buffon saved Domenico Berardi’s penalty in a 3–1 away victory against Sassuolo, becoming the oldest Serie A goalkeeper to do so at the age of 43 years, 103 days. On 19 May, he started in Juventus’s 2–1 victory over Atalanta in the 2021 Coppa Italia Final, his final and 685th appearance for the club; after the match, he was given the honour of lifting the title, the sixth of his career, equalling Roberto Mancini as the player with the most title victories. On 17 June 2021, after days of speculation following his departure from Juventus, newly-relegated Parma announced the return of Buffon through a short video posted on the club’s official Twitter account.

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2021-2022


Malmo vs Juventus


Match Issued Shirt


Morata Alvaro


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This shirt was issued for Alvaro Morata for the Champions League game between Malmö and Juventus which took place in Malmö, “Eleda Stadion”, on September 14th 2021. Juventus defeated Malmö 3-0 and Morata scored one of the three goals. Morata returned to Juventus on 22 September 2020, on a one-year loan worth €10 million, with an option for purchase at €45 million. Juventus also reserve the right to extend the loan for a further year for another €10 million; in this case, the option for purchase is worth €35 million. He made his first appearance for the club since his return on 27 September, in a 2–2 away draw against Roma in Serie A. He scored his first goal for the club since his return on 17 October, in a 1–1 away draw to Crotone. Morata scored a brace on 20 October, to help Juventus win 2–0 in the UEFA Champions League group stage match against Dynamo Kyiv away from home. On 28 October, he had three goals disallowed for offside against Barcelona in a Champions League group stage game, which Juventus lost 2–0 at home. On 20 January 2021, Morata won the Supercoppa Italiana, beating 2–0 Napoli in a match where he scored the second goal. On 15 June 2021, Morata’s loan with Juventus was extended until 30 June 2022.

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2021-2022


Match Issued Shirt


McKennie Weston


Did you Know?

McKennie scored his first goal of the season in a 2–1 loss to Sassuolo, and followed it up with a second goal in another 2–1 loss to Hellas Verona. On January 12, 2022, McKennie scored the opener in the 2021 Supercoppa Italiana match eventually lost 2–1 against Inter Milan. On February 22, in a Champions League game against Villareal, McKennie injured his metatarsal following a foul by Pervis Estupiñán, forcing him to prematurely end his season. McKennie is known for his versatility as a player. During his time at Schalke, McKennie played in numerous positions including in midfield, as a center-back, full-back, and even as a striker. However, he has primarily played as either a box-to-box midfielder or in a deeper-lying defensive role. During his time with Juventus, he has been used in several midfield positions, including as a wide midfielder, in a holding role, or even as a more offensive–minded central midfielder, known as the mezzala role in Italian soccer jargon. McKennie’s primary attributes are his defensive skills and work rate, as well as his ability to win back the ball. Furthermore, his passing allows him to dictate the flow of the game and push the ball forward from deep-lying positions in midfield. His ball-winning qualities, combined with his positioning, tactical intelligence, eye for goal from midfield, and ability to make late attacking runs into the box led Alberto Mauro of Il Messaggero to compare him to former Juventus midfielders Edgar Davids and Arturo Vidal; McKennie’s technical ability was cited as an area in need of improvement, however.

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2021-2022


Juventus vs Bologna


“Kobra” Limited Edition


Match Issued Shirt


Vlahovic Dusan


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This shirt was issued fro Paulo Dybala for the Serie A game between Juventus and Bologna which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on April 16th 2022. This is a special limited edition shirt used by the team in this game only. It represents the 4th kit designed and it was released by Adidas in collaboration with Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra. Kobra, born and raised in São Paulo, is famed for his photorealistic street art murals which often challenge deep cultural and societal issues, and inspire and provoke thought with messages hidden within the art. The Adidas x Kobra Juventus 2021-22 fourth shirt has a vibrant geometric look with rectangles and diamond shapes in different shades of blue as well as yellow, both on the front and the sleeves. Various shades of blue as well as a bit of yellow color in the different shapes, while a white round collar completes the look. The back is mostly blue while the pattern appears on the bottom and top. Kobra’s logo was added to the very top of the back, just below the collar. Inigo Turner, Design Director, Adidas said: “The kit represents a celebration of football and street art as platforms that bring people together. Wearing this jersey means not only to support the club or like the design, but to make a bold statement of who we are.” Media reports centred heavily on Arsenal’s pursuit of Vlahović, however on 28 January 2022, his 22nd birthday, Vlahović signed for Juventus on a four-and-a-half-year contract; in a deal was worth €70 million, plus €10 million in performance-related bonuses, making him the most expensive transfer in the Serie A winter transfer window. Fiorentina president, Rocco Comisso in an interview later remarked of Vlahović’ agents; ‘it was clear to everyone they already had a deal with someone…’, alluding that his entourage had already given a secret agreement with Juventus in the months prior. He chose to wear the number 7 jersey, previously worn by Cristiano Ronaldo. He debuted for Juventus as a starter on 6 February, and scored the opening goal in a 2–0 win against Hellas Verona. On 22 February, Vlahović made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League, a 1–1 away draw against Villarreal. He scored after only 33 seconds, becoming the fastest starting debutant and the second-youngest Juventus debutant to score in the Champions League. Four days later, he scored his first brace for Juventus, helping his side win 3–2 away to Empoli.

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2022-2023


Lecce vs Juventus


Unwashed Match Worn Shirt


Kean Moise


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This shirt was worn by Moise Kean during the Serie A game between Lecce and Juventus which took place in Lecce, “Via Del Mare” Stadium, on October 29th 2022. Juventus defeated Lecce 1-0 and at the end of the game Kean swapped his shirt with a Lecce’s player whom we got it from. On 31 August 2021, Kean returned to Juventus on a two-year loan deal for a loan fee of €7 million, with an obligation to buy in summer 2023 for a reported €28 million plus €3 million in add-ons. Kean’s debut came on 11 September, as a substitute, in a 2–1 defeat to Napoli; in the 85th minute, Kean made a mistake which helped Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly score the winning goal. On 22 September, Kean debuted as a starter against Spezia and scored the opening goal, his first since his return. On 8 December, Kean scored the winning goal in a 1–0 win against Malmö, his first in the Champions League with Juventus.

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2022-2023


Juventus vs Real Madrid


Match Issued Shirt


Barbieri Tommaso


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This shirt was issued for Tommaso Barbieri for the pre season friendly game between Juventus and Real Madrid which took place in Pasadena, “Rose Bowl” Stadium, on July 31st 2022. Real Madrid defeated Juventus 2-0. This is a special limited edition shirt used by the team in this game only. Indeed for this game only, Juventus and Real, in collaboration with Adidas, used limited edition jerseys to promote the values ​​of inclusiveness and respect for differences in the world of football. The initiative was called “Play Proud”, and it’s purpose was to support the Common Goal project and features special artwork on the team’s jerseys, which illustrated what unites each other in diversity in order to make football an accessible space for all. A special project, the first that binded Juve, Real and Adidas together, in collaboration with the artist Yash Pradhan, of the collective The Amplifier, who has always been committed to spreading a collective vision that supports social activism through creativity, which has for the occasion reinvented the team’s shirt numbers. Tommaso Barbieri joined Juve on September 11th 2020, signing for the Serie C side Juventus U23, the reserve team of Juventus, on a five-year contract. On 28 September, Barbieri made his debut for Juventus U23 in a 2–1 victory against Pro Sesto. On 16 April 2023, he made his Serie A debut for the first team in a match against Sassuolo. On 20 July 2023, Barbieri was loaned by Serie B club Pisa.

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2022-2023


Europa League


Nantes vs Juventus


Match Issued & Signed Shirt


Bonucci Leonardo


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This shirt was issued for Leonardo Bonucci for the Uefa Europa League game between Nantes and Juventus which took place in Nantes, “Stade de la Beaujoire – Louis Fonteneau”, on February 23rd 2023. Juventus defeated Nantes 3-0. The shirt is hand signed by the player on the number with a black marker. In 2017, Bonucci was ranked by some as the best defender in the world. With Andrea Barzagli’s retirement, the subsequent Bonucci-Chiellini axis was considered, in terms of longevity and performance at high levels, one of the most solid and complementary in international football, as well as being compared to duets from the past such as Beckenbauer-Schwarzenbeck, Scirea-Gentile or Baresi-Costacurta.


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2022-2023


Juventus vs Lecce


Unwashed Match Worn Shirt


Fagioli Nicolò


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This shirt was worn by Nicolò Fagioli during the Serie A game between Juventus and Lecce which took place in Torino, “Allianz Stadium”, on May 3rd 2023. Juventus defeated Lecce 2-1 and at the end of the game Fagioli swapped his shirt with an opponent player whom we got it from. Fagioli made his Serie C debut for Juventus U23, the reserve team of Juventus, on 24 September 2018, in a 4–0 defeat against Carrarese, which was his only game of the 2018–19 season. On 27 January 2019, Fagioli was first called up to the first team for a Serie A match against Lazio. On 27 June 2020, Fagioli won the Coppa Italia Serie C after a 2–1 win against Ternana in the final. In 2019–20, Fagioli played five league games, helping Juventus U23 reach the promotion play-offs, where he played one game against Padova. On 1 November, Fagioli scored his first goal for Juventus U23 in a 1–1 home draw against Lecco. Fagioli ended the 2020–21 season with two goals scored in 20 appearances for Juventus U23. On 27 January 2021, Fagioli made his debut for Juventus, playing as a starter in a 4–0 Coppa Italia win over SPAL. His Serie A debut came on 22 February 2021, coming on as a substitute for Rodrigo Bentancur in the 69th minute in a 3–0 home win against Crotone. On 31 August 2021, Fagioli was sent on a one-year loan to Serie B side Cremonese. On 12 September, Fagioli debuted for Cremonese in a 2–0 win against Cittadella. Seven days later, Fagioli scored his first goal for Cremonese in a 2–1 against Parma. Fagioli ended the season with a total of three goals in 33 appearances and helped Cremonese to be promoted in Serie A. On 10 August 2022, Juventus announced that Fagioli had renewed his contract until 2026. On 14 September, he made his Champions League debut in a 2–1 defeat against Benfica. On 29 October, he scored his first Serie A goal in a 1–0 away win over Lecce, with a curling shot at the 70th minute.

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2023-2024


Juventus vs Real Madrid


Match Issued Shirt


Yildiz Kenan


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This shirt was issued for Kenan Yildiz for the pre season friendly game between Juventus and Real Madrid which took place in Orlando, “Camping World Stadium”, on August 3rd 2023. Juventus defeated Real Madrid 3-0. Yildiz was a substitute player and he didn’t get in to the pitch. While this is a regular 2023/2024 away style,  this shirt is a very limited edition model released for this game featuring special numbers inspired by Puerto Rican graffiti artist, Sen2. Indeed, both teams, Real Madrid and Juventus teamed up with graffiti artist Sandro Figueroa, also known as Sen2 for their final US pre-season fixture in Orlando. The New-York based, Puerto Rican artist created custom shirt numbers for both sets of adidas jerseys as part of the adidas “artist pack” initiative, designed in his renowned abstract graffiti style with graphic references to American pop art from the ‘50s and the vibrant urban art of Puerto Rico. It was done to highlight the social sports projects that the Real Madrid Foundation developed throughout the world for the integration of vulnerable minors through educational sports. The Adidas “artist pack” initiative recruits international artists to give visibility to the projects and social sports schools of the Real Madrid Foundation in different countries, through the creation of works of urban art that will later be auctioned to support the sustainability of the projects. The “Artist pack” began on 26 June, with the Mexican artist News (Itzel Nájera), to support the social sports school of the Rea Madrid Foundation and the NGO CESAL in Oaxaca, Mexico. Following the reveal of the specially numbered shirts in the Real v Juventus match, a painting by the artist Sen2 was auctioned for the benefit of the 13 social sports schools of the Foundation in the US, which are developed in collaboration with local entities and NGOs in Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts and Virginia.