• 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)

  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)
  • 1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)

1999/00 Juventus 3rd Football Shirt (L)


£79.95 GBP

Relive Juventus’ 1999/2000 season with this original Kappa 3rd football shirt.

Condition: - 8.5/10 – Excellent. Few tiny bobbles. One small pull on the reverse (see photos).

Shirt Size: - Adults Large

Chest Measurement: - 42-44 Inches / 105-111 CM

Shirt Manufacturer: - Kappa

Shirt Colour: - Blue, white trim

Shirt Material: - Polyester

Seasons: - 1999/2000

Player: - N/A

Patches: - N/A

Official Kappa Juventus 3rd kit football shirt from the 1999/2000 season.

Condition of this vintage football shirt is 8.5/10 – Excellent. Few tiny bobbles. One small pull on the reverse (see photos).

All size and manufacturers labels present (see photos). Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.

On the last day of the season, title rivals Lazio beat Reggina by 3–0 at home, but Juventus unexpectedly ran into problems at Perugia, where the heavens opened at 0–0 in half-time. Referee Pierluigi Collina nonetheless decided to kick off the game, albeit half an hour too late. Nervous Laziali and players followed the Perugia–Juventus game via radio, hoping that Juventus would be defeated. A draw would mean a re-match between the sides to decide the title, while a win would give Juventus another scudetto.

The Juventus players' efforts were in vain, since Alessandro Calori struck a half-volley into the back of the net with half an hour to go. With Juventus unable to reply, they lost the title in the final round of the season.

It was a bitter end to the season for the Turin club, who had led the table for most of the campaign and lost just one of their first 26 matches, only to collapse in the final 8 games (4 losses suffered in those games). To make matters worse, Juventus had endured a humiliating UEFA Cup run, being beaten 4–0 and eliminated in the round of 16 by Spanish club Celta Vigo. This was their earliest exit from European competitions since the 1987–88 UEFA Cup.


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£79.95 GBP