JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shirt


Trotta Ivano

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shirt


Jugovic Vladimir

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This season the team used two different versions of name set on the back. In the very first Serie A games names on the back were printed on a plastic strip ironed on the back. But these strips were falling down easily during the game so the team’s supplier Kappa changed the style of names on the back in a smoother way, with single name’s letters ironed directly on the shirt. 

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Vialli moved to Juventus shortly after the 1992 European Cup final loss for a world record fee of £12.5million. Vialli won the UEFA Cup in his first season with Juventus playing alongside players such as Roberto Baggio, Pierluigi Casiraghi, Paolo Di Canio, and Andreas Möller, among other players, under manager Giovanni Trapattoni. Following the arrival of manager Marcello Lippi, Vialli underwent an intense fitness and muscle strengthening training regime in order to lose weight, and gain speed, agility, physical strength, and stamina. Vialli refound his goalscoring form throughout the season, and through his leadership and decisive performances, he helped Juventus win the Scudetto (his second overall) and the Italian Cup in 1995, scoring 16 goals during the season; the club also narrowly missed out on a treble after suffering a defeat in the 1995 UEFA Cup Final to Parma, despite Vialli scoring a spectacular second leg goal. He ended his time in Turin by captaining the side to a Supercoppa Italiana victory and a Champions League final win over defending champions Ajax Amsterdam in 1996, playing alongside Del Piero and Fabrizio Ravanelli. During his four seasons with the club he totaled 102 appearances, scoring 38 goals.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Champions League


Juventus-Nantes


Match Worn Shirt


Vialli Gianluca

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shirt


Di Livio Angelo

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Di Livio tireless running and quality crossing made him an important element in the dominant Juventus starting lineup from 1993 to 1999, during one of the most successful periods in the club’s history. With Juventus, he won three scudetti (Italian A League; 1995, 1997, 1998) and one Champions League title (1996), in addition to two Italian Supercups (1995, 1997), a Coppa Italia, an UEFA Supercup (1996), and an Intercontinental Cup (1996); he also reached the final of the 1994–95 UEFA Cup. In 1999, he moved to Fiorentina.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Champions Leaue


Real Madrid vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt

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The team finished second in Serie A but after 11 years since the cursed Heysel night won the Champions League. The final was played against Ajax and the result was 4–2 on penalties in Rome. Fabrizio Ravanelli scored the goal in the regular time before the penalties. Ferrara, Pessotto, Padovano and Jugovic scored the penalties and Peruzzi saved two penalties in order to let captain Gianluca Vialli lifting the trophy.

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This shirt was worn by Angelo Peruzzi during the Serie A game between Cagliari vs Juventus which took place in Cagliari, “Sant’Elia” Stadium, on September 24th 1995. Juventus draw 0-0. The shirt was swapped by Peruzzi with a Cagliari’s player who we got it from. The shirt is very recognizable by game’s footage because the number’s color on the back is different from name’s color. The number was also ironed over the name. Both things make this shirt very unique.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Cagliari vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shirt


Friendly


Rampulla Michelangelo


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This shirt is a regular 1995/1996 goalkeeper shirt but with an unknown number on the back. It’s an old number from the season 1993/1994 but not from the 1995/1996 season. Scudetto and Coppa Italia badges are embroidered as only player’s shirts were but the number on the back is really weird. It comes from Michelangelo Rampulla so they probably played some friendly match and the kitman had to make some tricks.


JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shirt


Rampulla Michelangelo


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Rampulla moved to Juventus in 1992, where he enjoyed a highly successful 10-year spell at the club; he initially played as a starter, replacing Juventus’s former legendary goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi, and subsequently as back-up goalkeeper for the remainder of his career, behind Angelo Peruzzi, Edwin van der Sar, and Gianluigi Buffon, and later as the reserve goalkeeper behind Andreas Isaksson and Fabian Carini, retiring from active football in 2002, following Juventus’s Serie A title victory and Coppa Italia final defeat. Despite being predominantly a backup, he played matches in every competition for Juventus during almost every season of his Juventus career. During his time at the club, he won an UEFA Cup (as a starter), a Coppa Italia (as a starter), 4 Serie A titles, 2 Supercoppe Italiane, an UEFA Champions League, an UEFA Super Cup, an Intercontinental Cup, and an UEFA Intertoto Cup.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1996


Champions League


Player’s Trophy

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The 1996 UEFA Champions League Final was a football match played in Rome on 22 May 1996 between Juventus of Italy and Ajax of the Netherlands. The match ended in a 1–1 draw after extra time, forcing a penalty shoot-out, which Juventus won 4–2. It was the club’s second triumph in the competition.

JUVENTUS F.C.


1995-1996


Match Worn Shorts


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The team played the first half season with SONY sponsor and the second half season with extended sponsor SONY MINIDISC. 

JUVENTUS F.C.


1996-1997


Match Worn Shirt


Cingolani Nicola

JUVENTUS F.C.


1996-1997


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Vieri Christian

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Vieri first big move came about when he was spotted by Juventus who signed him from Atalanta for a fee of €2.5 million for the 1996–97 season. He made 23 appearances and scored 8 goals in Serie A, and six goals in ten matches in Europe, making him joint top scorer for Juventus that season along with Alen Bokšić. He ended his season at Juve by winning the ‘Scudetto and starting in the 3–1 UEFA Champions League final loss to Borussia Dortmund.