JUVENTUS F.C.


1990-1991


Match Worn Shirt


Did you Know?

This is one of the most innovative shirt’s style from early 90’s. Totally mesh fabric made, like you couldn’t see that easily at that time. The supplier  was “Robe di Kappa” and similar style of shirt was supplied to Sampdoria U.S., Roma A.S. and Ajax and several other teams. This style didn’t have such a success as expected and it was never released anymore in the following years. In this season the team had its least successful season since finishing 12th in the Serie A back in 1961–62. This time, under Luigi Maifredi’s coaching, Juventus finished 7th, despite breaking the World record in terms of transfer fee, to bring in Fiorentina star striker Roberto Baggio. Being long involved in the Scudetto race, Juventus lost the plot in the second half of the season, barely winning a match in a ten-game spell, which caused the side to drop down to the upper midfield.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1990-1991


Sergio Brio Farewell Game


Match Used Ticket

Did you Know?

Sergio Brio made 378 appearances for Juventus in all competitions, scoring 24 goals, 16 of which came in Serie A over 243 appearances. Brio played for Juventus during one the club’s most successful periods, forming a formidable defence alongside Dino Zoff, Gaetano Scirea, Claudio Gentile, and Antonio Cabrini, winning 4 Serie A titles, 3 Italian Cups, a European Cup, a Cup Winners’ Cup, an UEFA Cup, a European Super Cup, and an Intercontinental Cup, under managers Giovanni Trapattoni, and subsequently Dino Zoff. Brio is one of only five players in European football history – with Antonio Cabrini, Gaetano Scirea, Stefano Tacconi and Danny Blind – to have won all international club competition.


JUVENTUS F.C.


1991-1992


Cremonese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt & Shorts


Tacconi Stefano


Did you Know?

This kit was worn by Stefano Tacconi during the Serie A game between Cremonese and Juventus which took place in Cremona, “Giovanni Zini” Stadium on March 17th 1992. Juventus defeated Cremonese 2-0 and Tacconi gave his kit after the game to a Juventus’s fan whom we got it from. The season 1991/1992 represented for Tacconi his last season with Juventus before he was replaced by Angelo Peruzzi and he moved to Genoa. 

JUVENTUS F.C.


1991-1992


Player’s Training Sweatshirt


Things to Know:

After the terrible 1990-1991 season, the worst since early 60’s , the team went back to the past signing Giovanni Trapattoni as manager. The team finished second in Serie A, after the 12th place of the past season and reached the final of the Coppa Italia in this season.

Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Andrea Fortunato during the friendly game between Lucchese and Juventus which took place in Lucca, “Porta Elisa” Stadium, on August 1993. The game ended with a 1-1 draw and the shirt was swapped after the game with a Lucchese’s player who we got the shirt from.


JUVENTUS F.C.


August 16th 1993


Lucchese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Fortunato Andrea


Things to Know:

Andrea Fortunato made his Serie A debut on 6 September 1992, in a 1–1 away draw against Fiorentina. He teamed up with right-back Christian Panucci, another promising Italian full-back, and together they formed a formidable defensive young partnership. In his first year in the Italian top flight, Fortunato made 33 appearances and scored 3 goals, including the equaliser in a 2–2 home draw against eventual champions Milan, which helped Genoa avoid relegation; his performances caught the attention of Juventus boss Giovanni Trapattoni, who brought the promising youngster to the Turin club the following season for 12 billion Lire. The left-back was an instant hit, and was awarded the number 3 shirt, which had belonged to former Juventus full-back Antonio Cabrini during the 1980s. Fortunato started his first season with Juventus strongly, and soon became known for his endless running along the flank and his fine left foot, which he would use to provide accurate crosses for the likes of forwards Roberto Baggio, Fabrizio Ravanelli, and Gianluca Vialli. His most important attribute was that he loved being a team player, both on and off the pitch. His charm and great personality won the hearts of many, so much so that former Italy coach Arrigo Sacchi described him as “a revelation of Italian football”, and called the Juventus star to make his one and only international appearance against Estonia, on 22 September 1993, in Tallinn. Fortunato took Paolo Maldini’s place and played alongside veteran and national team captain Franco Baresi in a game that Italy won 3–0. The left-back showed striking similarities to Maldini and he was initially even in Sacchi’s plans for the 1994 FIFA World Cup.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1993-1994


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


Did you Know?

Peruzzi signed with Juventus in 1991 and he soon surpassed Stefano Tacconi as the club’s starting goalkeeper, remaining with the team until 1999, and winning the Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year Award in 1997 and 1998, as well as the Guerin d’oro in 1997. Peruzzi won three Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia, two Supercoppa Italiana titles, a UEFA Cup, a UEFA Super Cup, an Intercontinental Cup and was part of Juventus’ 1996 UEFA Champions League title squad that defeated Ajax in the final on penalties, saving two in the final shoot-out. He also reached two more consecutive Champions League finals with the Turin-based club, as well as a semi-final finish during his final season with the club. Peruzzi also won a runners-up medal in the 1995 UEFA Cup final and in the 1992 Coppa Italia final, and was voted to the ESM Team of the Year during the 1996–97 and the 1997–98 seasons. Over this period, several pundits began to consider him one of the most reliable goalkeepers in the world, if not the best one, due to his consistency.


JUVENTUS F.C.


1993-1994


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


Did you Know?

Peruzzi played with manager Marcello Lippi for five seasons before following him to F.C.Internazionale. After his retirement, Peruzzi worked in the Italy national team staff as one of Lippi’s collaborators. He was then appointed Ciro Ferrara’s assistant on the Italy under-21 team and in 2012 followed him in joining Sampdoria in Serie A.


JUVENTUS F.C.


1993-1994


Roma vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Angelo Peruzzi during the Serie A game between Roma and Juventus which took place in Rome, “Stadio Olimpico”, on September 5th 1993. Roma defeated Juventus 2-1 and the shirt was swapped by Peruzzi with a Roma’s player who we got it from. Juventus F.C. finished second in Serie A this season. The summer of 1993 saw the arrival of Angelo Di Livio from Padova, Andrea Fortunato from Genoa and Sergio Porrini from Atalanta; Pierluigi Casiraghi, Paolo Di Canio and David Platt would all leave. Juventus finished 2nd in Serie A to A.C. Milan, who would also win the 1993–94 UEFA Champions League. Although Roberto Baggio would finish as top scorer (in both Serie A and in total), the season was notable for the emergence of Alessandro Del Piero. Del Piero made his Serie A debut against Foggia on 12 September 1993, as a substitute, and he scored his first goal in his next game against Reggiana on 19 September, after coming off the bench once again. On his full debut for Juventus, he netted a hat-trick against Parma. The season also marked the end of the second spell in charge of Giovanni Trapattoni, who moved onto Bayern Munich in the summer of 1994. The 1993-1994 season was the last season before the team went back to the Italian throne with Marcello Lippi as manager.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1993-1994


Player’s Training Sweatshirt


Did you Know?

In 1993, Roberto Baggio was named FIFA World Player of the Year and won the Ballon d’Or. In 2004, he was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100, a list of the world’s greatest living players. 

JUVENTUS F.C.


1994-1995


Match Worn Shirt


Roberto Baggio


Did you Know?

In the season 1994/1995 Juventus F.C., led for the first season by coach Marcello Lippi, won the Serie A title for the first time in nine years. The Scudetto was won in the wake of defender Andrea Fortunato’s death from cancer during the course of the season. The title was dedicated to the 23-year-old, who had been established in the starting line-up before he got sick. This first Serie A success since the 1985–86 season was accompanied by a Coppa Italia win over Parma. The Turin club won both legs, 1–0 at the Stadio delle Alpi and 2–0 at the Stadio Ennio Tardini. In the UEFA Cup, Juventus again met Parma in the final, having previously beaten Borussia Dortmund. This time, however, Juventus were defeated by Parma (0–1, 1–1), thus denying them a season treble.

Things to Know:

In the 1994–95 season, Trapattoni’s replacement, Marcello Lippi, wanted to create a more cohesive team, less dependent on Baggio, who was deployed as an outside forward in a 4–3–3 formation. Baggio was injured for most of the season, being ruled out for over three months after sustaining a knee injury against Padova on 27 November 1994. After scoring from a free-kick, he was substituted by Alessandro Del Piero, who temporarily took his place in the team. Baggio returned to the starting line-up in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final against Lazio in Rome on 8 March 1995, setting up Fabrizio Ravanelli’s winner. On his first Serie A match back from injury, on 12 March 1995, Baggio scored Juventus’ second goal in a 2–0 win over Foggia, and set up Ravanelli’s goal. Due to his injury, Baggio only managed 17 Serie A appearances, but still contributed to his first Scudetto with Juventus by contributing eight goals and eight assists. He provided assists for three of the goals in the title-deciding match against Parma, which Juventus won 4–0 in Turin on 21 May 1995. He helped Juventus win the Coppa Italia that year, notching two goals and two assists, scoring the winning goal in the second leg of the semi-final. He helped lead Juventus to another UEFA Cup final by scoring four goals, including two goals and an assist over both legs of the semi-finals against Borussia Dortmund. Despite Baggio’s strong performance, Juventus were defeated in the UEFA Cup final by Parma. Baggio scored 115 goals in 200 appearances during his five seasons at Juventus; 78 were scored in Serie A in 141 appearances. In 1995, Baggio was nominated for the Ballon d’Or and placed fifth in the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year Award. He was also awarded the 1995 Onze d’Argent Award, behind George Weah. Baggio is currently Juventus’ ninth-highest goalscorer in all competitions, and is the joint tenth-highest goalscorer for Juventus in Serie A, alongside Pietro Anastasi. He is the sixth-highest Juventus goalscorer in the Coppa Italia with 14 goals, and the joint fourth all-time Juventus goalscorer in European and international competitions with 22 goals, alongside Anastasi. In 2010, he was named one of the club’s 50 greatest legends.

Did you Know?

This style of shirt was used by the team in one game only. It was the friendly match Vicenza vs Juventus which took place in Vicenza on June 14th 1995 organized by the home team to celebrate its return in Serie A.  

JUVENTUS F.C.


1994-1995


Vicenza vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt



JUVENTUS F.C.


1994-1995


Cagliari vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Angelo Peruzzi during the Serie A game between Cagliari and Juventus which took place in Cagliari, “Sant’Elia” Stadium, on January 22nd 1995. Cagliari defeated Juventus 3-0. The shirt was swapped by Peruzzi with a Cagliari’s player who we got it from. 

Did you Know?

This style of shorts were used by the team for two following seasons 1994-1995 and 1995-1996. This is a very strange and curious thing if you consider that team’s suppliers always try to make as many kits as possible, sometimes changing the style even during the season in order to increase the team merchandising’s sales.  


JUVENTUS F.C.


1994-1995


Match Worn Shorts