Rare Sebastiano Rossi #1 AC Milan (Italy) Match Worn Signed Shirt for Serie A (Calcio) League 1996-97 season. Provenance: Former San Siro Musuem Official.
Rara Camiseta - maglia del AC Milan (Italia) #1 usada y firmada por Sebastiano Rossi durante la Temporada 1996-97 de la Liga Italiana 'Serie A'. Procedencia: Oficial del Museo de San Siro.
Sebastiano Rossi (born 20 July 1964) is an Italian retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper. During a 21-year professional career, he appeared in 346 Serie A games, most notably representing A.C. Milan (12 seasons) with which he won 12 major titles, including five national championships and the 1994 Champions League.
After his first season in Italy's top flight, Rossi was noticed by A.C. Milan, and joined the Rossoneri (also dubbed the Dream Team) that dominated Italian football for much of the 1990s. In his debut campaign he backed up Andrea Pazzagli, but the veteran left for Bologna F.C. 1909 in the ensuing summer. Rossi then briefly battled for starting duties with Francesco Antonioli, before becoming Milan's undisputed first-choice goalkeeper, being part of a defensive line that included, amongst others, Mauro Tassotti, Franco Baresi, Alessandro Costacurta and Paolo Maldini, regarded as one of the greatest defensive units of all time. He managed to have a successful club career under the tutelage of Fabio Capello, as the Invincibles went on a 58-match unbeaten run and won four Scudetti in five seasons, as well as the UEFA Champions League in 1994.
Shirt details: Lotto Trademark. Size XXL. Made in Italy. Milan shield stitched. Calcio patch stitched on the sleeve. Name and numbers stamped in felt/flock material. See photos for more details!