UDINESE CALCIO


1996-1997


Match Worn Shirt


Stefani David


Did you Know?

Udinese Calcio had its best season since the days of Zico in the club during the 1980s. With goal scoring trio Oliver Bierhoff, Márcio Amoroso and Paolo Poggi on top form, Udinese finished fifth, even troubling the top three in the standings. Bierhoff and Poggi scored 13 goals each, while Amoroso hit the back of the net on 12 occasions. Despite the sensational results, coach Alberto Zaccheroni remained at the small club, while 1997–98 looked set to become a further improvement for Udinese.


UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Udinese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Margiotta Massimo

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Massimo Margiotta was a professional Italian-Venezuelan footballer who played as a forward. He moved to Udinese in the summer 1999 and he made his debut against Juventus on September 19th. He played for Udinese for two season playing 38 games and scoring 7 goals. He mostly played during the Uefa Cup games scoring some important goals like two goals against Bayer Leverkusen that allow Udinese to pass the round after the 0-1 home defeat. He also scored against Sigma Olomuc during the Intertoto Final.

Did you Know?

At the 5th Serie A game the team was in the top position. The season ended with a final 12th place in Serie A.

UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Juventus vs Udinese


Match Worn Shirt


Margiotta Massimo

Things to Know:

Born in Venezuela, Margiotta played for Italy at youth level and at Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2004 FIFA changed its rules to allow a footballer switch nation to be represented if he had multi-nationality. Originally targeted for player aged under 21, that year also accept any player to apply. Margiotta switched to Venezuela as he might have no chance to play for Italy. He collected 11 caps, 4 of them were friendlies.


UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Match Worn Shirt


Margiotta Massimo


UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Match Worn Shirt


De Sanctis Morgan


UDINESE CALCIO


2001-2002


Udinese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Scarlato Gennaro


UDINESE CALCIO


2001-2002


Juventus vs Udinese


Match Worn Shirt


Helguera Luis

UDINESE CALCIO


2001-2002


Match Worn Shirt


De Sanctis Morgan


UDINESE CALCIO


2002-2003


Udinese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt


Jancker Carsten

Things to Know:

In the season 2002-2003 an authentic football star arrived in Udine. Carsten Jancker arrived from Bayern Munich where he played from 1996 to 2002. It was definitely the best period of his career, a spell which included four Bundesliga titles and victory in the 2001 UEFA Champions League. At Bayern, Jancker was partnered with the Brazilian inside-forward Giovane Élber, often rated as one of the Bundesliga’s best attacking players. He arrived in Udine in 2002 but the move was not a success; over two seasons and 35 games, the forward registered only two goals. Jancker was said to be “too slow and predictable for Serie A” by one Italian football website. In 2004, Jancker returned to Germany with Kaiserslautern and showed a slight improvement in form, netting five times in 25 games.


UDINESE CALCIO


2003-2004


Match Worn Shirt


De Sanctis Morgan


Did you Know?

A reliable and commanding goalkeeper, known for his leadership from the back and vocal presence on the pitch, in his prime, De Sanctis was known in particular for his shot-stopping ability, positioning, handling, and speed when rushing off his line, and is regarded as one of the best Italian goalkeepers of his generation; he was also adept at stopping penalties.

UDINESE CALCIO


2014-2015


Udinese vs Milan


Match Worn Shirt


Di Natale Antonio


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This shirt was worn by Antonio Di Natale during the Serie A game between Udinese and A.C.Milan which took place in Udine, “Stadio Friuli”, on April 25th 2015. Udinese defeated A.C.Milan 2-1. This is a unique two-halved shirt used by the team in this game only.  Provided by club technical partner HS, half of the shirt featured the look of Udinese’s 2014/15 while the other half used the design of second tier handball team ASD Pallamano Rovereto Vallagarina. The new kit was the highlight of the 2015 “Dacia Sponsor Day – The Split” event led by Udinese’s primary sponsor. The initiative celebrated motivational stories from lesser known sports such as Pallamano’s struggle to survive in recent years. At times the team has had to sell sweets and cakes to secure funding while playing at local middle school gyms. Despite previously announcing he would retire from professional football at the end of the 2013–14 Serie A season, Antonio Di Natale confirmed on 30 May 2014 he had decided he would not retire and would continue to play on into the 2014–15 season. Di Natale scored four goals in a 5–1 win over Ternana in the third round of the Coppa Italia on 23 August 2014. On 31 August, in Udinese’s opening Serie A match of the 2014–15 season, he scored two second half goals in a home win over newly promoted Empoli. On 23 November 2014, he scored his 200th goal in his 400th appearance in Serie A. On 2 February 2015, he was offered an $8 million contract by a yet unnamed team in Major League Soccer (MLS); he had been linked to MLS expansion club New York City FC. On 28 April, Di Natale scored his 205th goal in Serie A, matching Italian legend Roberto Baggio as the sixth-highest goalscorer in Serie A history, at age 37; this was also his 700th career appearance. The following matchday, on 3 May, he scored in a 1–0 victory over Hellas Verona, overtaking Baggio with his 206th goal in Serie A. On 12 May, he once again took back his decision to retire at the end of the 2014–15 season, announcing his intention to play another season.

Above the ASD Pallamano Rovereto Vallagarina’s shirt, the Udinese 2014/2015 regular shirt and the two-halved shirt used against A.C.Milan

UDINESE CALCIO


2020-2021


Udinese vs Verona


Match Worn Unwashed Shirt


Llorente Fernando


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This shirt was worn by Fernando Llorente during the Serie A game between Udinese and Verona which took place in Udine, “Dacia Arena”, on February 7th 2021. Udinese defeated Verona 2-0 and at the end of the game Llorente swapped his shirt with a Verona player whom we got it from. A tall, large, and physically powerful player, Llorente’s main traits are his heading ability and strength in the air, which enable him to function effectively as a target-man in the centre of his team’s attacking line. He is also known for his offensive movement, positional sense, and goalscoring ability inside the penalty area; additionally, he is also gifted with good technical skills and link-up play, which allows him to play well with his back to goal and hold up the ball for his teammates in order to create space and scoring opportunities. On 27 January 2021, Llorente signed a one-and-a-half-year contract with Udinese.

UDINESE CALCIO


2020-2021


Udinese vs Parma


Match Worn Shirt


Arslan Tolgay


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Tolgay Arslan during the Serie A game between Udinese and Parma which took place in Udine, “Stadio Friuli”, on October 19th 2020. Udinese defeated Parma 3-2 and at the end of the game Arslan swapped his shirt with a Parma’s player whom we got it from.  This kit is the second away team’s kit for the season 2020-2021 and it pays homage to the Friulian pride and being a community present in many places. The Friuli region is in the northeastern Italy. Three graphic details characterize the Macron Udinese Calcio 20-21 away football shirt – it is full of historical references: the first one is the golden diagonal band with the names of all the cities of the world in which there is a Friulian community. The second one is on the bottom right, embossed, tone on tone, and it is the heraldic eagle with unfurned wings of the Friuli flag. Last but not least, on the right sleeve, in sublimatic print, tone on tone, there is the year 1077 which refers to the establishment of the patriarchal state of Aquileia, called from the 13th century Patrie from Fri’l and to which is also due the birth of one of the oldest democratic parliaments in Europe. The backneck is customized with a black-and-white band label and on which the team’s coat of arms and the inscription “I PRIMI BIANCONERI D’ITALIA”, appears, while in the back of the neck, in yellow, is printed the dialect motto Alè Udin.