This shirt was issued for Christian Acella for the Serie A game between Monza and Cremonese which took place in Monza, “Stadio Brianteo”, on March 18th 2023. Cremonese draw 1-1. This is a very special shirt used by the team in this game only, and it represents the 120th Anniversary kit, released by team’s supplier Acerbis to celebrate the club’s 120th birthday. The style of the shirt is based on the club’s first ever shirt from 1913 with a lilac polo collar and cuffs add colour to an otherwise all white shirt. The Cremonese crest and all sponsor logos are absent, with only Acerbis’ logo present in the same shade of white as the shirt itself. Player names were not printed on the back of the shirt, only their numbers in black. A black version of the shirt was worn by the goalkeeper. Cremonese played in this special shirt just once, against Monza, with a special label on the inside referencing the occasion. The shirt has also a special “Keep Racism Out” patch on the sleeves. Lega Serie A, in collaboration with UNAR, took the field against racism to ensure equal treatment and the protection of human rights in football. This was the third edition, and the “Keep Racism Out” campaign is the anti-discrimination campaign that aims to involve all the protagonists of our sport: from players to coaches, from referees to club managers, from fans to enthusiasts. A series of initiatives in support of the campaign are being carried out on all Serie A pitches and on Lega Serie A social networks, thanks to the support and participation of the 20 associated clubs.