LAZIO S.S.


1996-1997


Juventus vs Lazio


Match Worn Shirt


Nedved Pavel


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This shirt was worn by Pavel Nedved during the Serie A game between Juventus and Lazio which took place in Torino, “Stadio Delle Alpi”, on June 1st 1997. Lazio draw 2-2 and at the end of the game Nedved swapped his shirt with a Juventus player whom we got it from. Nedvěd made his league debut for Lazio on 7 September 1996 in a 1–0 away defeat against Bologna. He scored his first league goal for the club against Cagliari on 20 October 1996, finishing the 1996–97 season with seven goals.

LAZIO S.S.


1996-1997


Pre Season 


Match Worn Shirt


Marchegiani Luca


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This shirt was worn by Luca Marchegiani during a pre season friendly game of the season 1996/1997. It is different from the regular Serie A shirts because it has no name on the back and no badge on sleeve. The team in the season 1996/1997 finished fourth in Serie A and reached the quarter final of the Coppa Italia and the round of 32 in the UEFA Cup.

LAZIO S.S.


1998-1999


Match Worn Shirt


De La Pena Ivan


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This shirt was worn by Ivan De La Pena during the Serie A game between Lazio and Parma which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on May 23rd 1999 that was the last game of the season. Lazio defeated Parma 2-1 but it was not enough to win the Serie A title over A.C.Milan. Milan peaked late during the season, while Lazio had a barren spell, which enabled Milan to make up the deficit. Lazio finally squandered the title lead in the penultimate match of the season, where it had to settle for a draw against Fiorentina away from home. This shirt, together with other player’s ones, was auctioned after the game directly by S.S.Lazio that also “certified” it as match worn adding an extra inside tag with match details printed on. De la Peña joined Lazio in the summer of 1998. He fell out of favour at F.C. Barcelona after the arrival of the Dutch coach, Louis van Gaal, and he was consequently transferred to S.S. Lazio, along with Fernando Couto. However, he failed to establish himself in Serie A and was loaned to Olympique de Marseille during the 1999–00 season.

LAZIO S.S.


1998-1999


Match Worn Shirt


Ballotta Marco

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Ballotta signed with Brescia Calcio in 1994, being relegated in his sole season. He then spent the following campaign in Serie B with A.C. Reggiana 1919, achieving promotion at the first attempt. After being immediately relegated, he left for S.S. Lazio for 1997–98, initially as third-choice. After three seasons with the Biancocelesti, Ballotta enjoyed a brief stint with Inter Milan, who acquired the player for 7 billion lire (as part of Angelo Peruzzi’s 40 billion lire move to Lazio). During this timeframe he was also loaned to Modena, helping them gain promotion to the top flight in 2002 and subsequently signing permanently for free.

LAZIO S.S.


1999-2000


Match Worn Shirt


Boksic Alen

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In the 1999-2000 season Lazio won their second Scudetto of their history, and their third Coppa Italia, completing an historical double. By late March, Juventus topped the table by nine points over Lazio with only eight games remaining, but they lost to Milan, to Lazio at the Stadio delle Alpi, and to Verona, with Lazio only dropping two points, against Fiorentina. Lazio won the title on the final day of the season when Juventus lost their match against Perugia 1–0 on an almost flooded pitch, while Lazio comfortably beat Reggina 3–0 at home at the Stadio Olimpico. In Europe, Lazio was knocked out at the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League, but won the 1999 UEFA Super Cup against Manchester United.

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LAZIO S.S.


1999-2000


Reggina vs Lazio


Match Worn Shirt


Nesta Alessandro


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This shirt was worn by Alessandro Nesta during the Serie A game between Reggina and Lazio which took place in Reggio Calabria, “Stadio Oreste Granillo”, on January 16th 2000. Lazio tied 0-0 and at the end of the game Nesta swapped his shirt with a Reggina’s player whom we got it from. In the 1999–2000 season he led Lazio to the Scudetto and Coppa Italia, winning the double. During the 2000–01 season, under Dino Zoff, Lazio won the Supercoppa Italiana and finished third in Serie A. Nesta’s performances and success for Lazio during this period earned him three consecutive Serie A Defender of the Year awards between 2000 and 2002. Financial problems for Lazio and its then-president Sergio Cragnotti led to the sale of Nesta to Milan in 2002. Nesta left the club with a backlog salary of €2 million, half of which were converted into shares of the Biancocelesti club.

LAZIO S.S.


2000-2001


Reggina vs Lazio


Match Worn Shirt


Simeone Diego Pablo


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This shirt was worn by Diego Simeone during Reggina vs Lazio which took place in Reggio Calabria, “Oreste Granillo” Stadium, on April 14th 2001. Lazio defeated Reggina 2-0 and Simeone swapped his shirt after the game with a Reggina’s player who we got it from. This style of shirt was only used by the team in the second part of the season starting January 2001. Until December the team wore the white centenary’s kit that used from January to December 2000. 

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In 1999, Simeone joined fellow Argentines Néstor Sensini, Matías Almeyda, Hernán Crespo and Juan Sebastián Verón at Sven-Göran Eriksson’s Lazio. The side had gone close to the Scudetto in the season before Simeone’s arrival and he helped deliver the championship after a season, where Juventus led the standings by two points going into the last day. A Juve loss at rainy Perugia coupled with Lazio’s comfortable home win over Reggina at the Stadio Olimpico ensured Simeone’s first Serie A title. After winning the double in Spain, he would then add the Italian double as Lazio edged out Inter to claim the 1999–2000 Coppa Italia. He went on to play three more seasons in Rome, which included more last day drama as Simeone’s goal against former club Inter on the last day of the 2001–02 campaign effectively ruined his old employers’ title dream.