Florenzi's Worn Shirt, Liverpool-Roma 2018
Take home this AS Roma away shirt worn by Italian winger Alessandro Florenzi for a match against Liverpool in the away leg of the 2017/2018 Champions League semi-final.
The game was played at Anfield on April 24, 2018 and ended in a 5-2 win to Liverpool. This was the first shirt bearing the Qatar Airways sponsor and marked Florenzi's 219th appearance in official competitions, the 24th in the Champions League.
- White short-sleeved away shirt
- Worn by Alessandro Florenzi
- AS Roma emblem on chest
- Sponsor Qatar Airways on front
- Champions League patch on both sleeves
- Screen-printed inner label
- Number 24
- Size S
- MatchDay Authenticated: B787213843
- Includes certificate of authenicity printed by AS Roma
The shirt is sent without any particular fastening system, complete with a numbered collector's frame, handmade by Sateco in unfinished Ayous wood and transparent perspex with four through-holes for hanging with screw fixtures. Laser engraving of logo and certification number on front of perspex.
Please note: This shirt will have a longer shipping time than usual.
With over 20,000 infected people, Italy is the country with the second highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases, behind China. The virus has already claimed more than 1500 victims.
AS Roma wants to raise the funds needed to help the Lazzaro Spallanzani Hospital in Rome to tackle the crisis. The national institute for infectious diseases, which is based in the capital city, is one of the centres at the forefront of the fight against Coronavirus.
Given the national emergency, the proceeds from these auctions will be used to purchase diagnostic and clinical equipment to improve care for infected patients, as well as essential supplies to facilitate the work of doctors and nurses committed to fighting the virus.
When you participate in the auctions you'll be making a concrete contribution to those who are on the front line every day to help us win this battle.
Click HERE to read the Club press release about fundraising for the Spallanzani Hospital.