PESCARA CALCIO


1992-1993


Internazionale vs Pescara


Match Worn Shirt


Allegri Massimiliano


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Massimiliano Allegri during the Serie A game between Internazionale and Pescara which took place in Milano, “Giuseppe Meazza” Stadium on March 28th 1993. Internazionale defeated Pescara 2-0 and Allegri swapped his shirt after the game with an Internazionale’s player whom we got it from. Massimiliano Allegri joined Pescara in 1991. A talented and creative player, he established himself in midfield as Giovanni Galeone’s side won promotion to Serie A in 1992. Allegri was an outstanding performer for Pescara in Serie A. Despite the side’s relegation in last place, there was no shortage of goals and Allegri scored an impressive 12 goals from midfield. He moved on to Cagliari and then Perugia and Napoli before returning to Pescara. Brief spells at Pistoiese and Aglianese followed before his retirement from active football in 2003. He was banned for one year in 2001 with another six Italian footballers for match-fixing following a Coppa Italia tie in 2000. 

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1999-2000


Match Worn Shirt


Giampaolo Federico

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Like his brother Marco, now a football head coach, Giampaolo started his career at Giulianova. He played his first professional season in 1987–88, and made 27 Serie C2 appearances. He then joined Juventus youth team. After age of 20, he was loaned to Spezia at Serie C1, Bari at Serie A and Verona at Serie B. In October 1993, he joined Palermo at Serie B, but in the next season he joined Serie B rival Pescara, where he played another 3 Serie B season, including 1996–97 season which scored 16 goals. In summer 1997, Genoa which failed to return to Serie A in the previous season, signed Giampaolo. He scored 10 goals but once again missed to promotion. He played 4 Serie B games at the start of 1998–99 season before joined Salernitana, newcomer of Serie A in October 1998. But Giampaolo Serie A career faced another short end due to Salernitana 1 point below relegation line. After played 2 games for Salernitana, he returned to Pescara, league rival of Salernitana. Pescara finished the least in 2000–01 season, and Giampaolo was loaned to Cosenza at Seire B before returned to Pescara at 2002–03 season, helped the club promoted back to Serie B.

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2015-2016


Pescara vs Perugia


Match Worn Shirt


Verre Valerio

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Led by Massimo Oddo the team went back to Serie A after an amazing season. Pescara went to Serie A through the Playoff’s final against Trapani after the team finished the regular season on 4th place.

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2015-2016


Perugia vs Pescara


Match Worn Shirt


Lapadula Gianluca

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After the bankruptcy of Parma Gianluca Lapadula was released on a free transfer, and in July 2015 he was signed by Pescara in Serie B on a four-year contract. In the 2015–16 season he scored 30 goals in 43 appearances (including three goals in as many appearances in the playoffs), without scoring any penalties, earning the honour of top scorer in the Italian Serie B. On 24 June 2016 he sustained his medical test with A.C. Milan, who reportedly paid Pescara €9 million plus bonus for the transfer, while the player signed a five-year deal worth €1 million per season.

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2016-2017


Fiorentina vs Pescara


Match Worn Shirt


Bahebeck Jean-Christophe

Did you Know?

This shirt was specially made to celebrate the longest Italian football fan’s friendship between Pescara Calcio’s fans and Vicenza Calcio’s fans dated 1977. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this friendship the two teams decided to swap their usual shirt’s colors. Pescara Calcio played the Serie A’s game against Fiorentina with usual Vicenza’s red and white shirt and Vicenza played the Serie B game against Ternana with usual Pescara’s white and sky blue shirt. They also played against a friendly pre season game  with these style of shirt during the “Memorial Morosini 2016” but in that game Pescara Team played with no sponsor on chest and they both played without badges. So the only game Pescara played with official “Serie A” badge is the game against Fiorentina and it makes this shirt a real piece of history of Pescara Calcio.