• 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)

  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)
  • 2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)

2002/03 Juventus Home Football Shirt (XL)

Relive Juventus’ 2002/2003 season with this original Lotto home football shirt.

Player
N/A
Seasons
2002/2003
Size
Adults Extra Large
Condition
8.5/10 – Excellent. One small light dot mark on the reverse (see photos).
Chest measurement
44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Lotto
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
Black & white stripes, red trim

Official Lotto Juventus home football shirt from the 2002/2003 season.

Condition of this classic football shirt is 8.5/10 – Excellent. One small light dot mark on the reverse (see photos).

Material is bright, vivid and smooth. All names, numbers and patches are all also in superb condition. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing. A classic player and a great piece of football memorabilia.

On the field, the side coached by Marcello Lippi had a relatively slow start to the league season. They remained unbeaten in the first 12 games, but this included five draws. The club's form suffered a blip at the beginning of autumn with two draws and two consecutive defeats, to Brescia and Lazio, between 23 November and 15 December. At this point of the season, with 14 games played, Juventus were fourth in Serie A, trailing Inter, Lazio and AC Milan. On 22 December, a late Mauro Camoranesi goal at Perugia was needed to put an end to this winless streak.

The 27th league title of Juve's history was confirmed on 10 May, following a 2-2 draw with Perugia. With two games to go, second-placed Inter were no longer in a position to challenge for thescudetto, despite again spending big in the previous summer. When this title was secured, Luciano Moggi's reputation reached its peak and Juventus looked set to continue dominating Serie A in years to come.

For the league title, Nedvěd was considered the key player. Having not been so influential in his earlier two scudettos with Lazio and Juve, this title was credited to his work-ethic and creativity. He was also rewarded as the European Player of the Year, but lost out on the FIFA award for World Player to ex-Juventus player Zinedine Zidane. With 5 goals scored, he was, with Alessandro Del Piero, the club's joint top goalscorer in the Champions League.

Gianluigi Buffon, Lilian Thuram, Ciro Ferrara, Edgar Davids and Alessandro Del Piero all made key contributions to the squad, but the biggest surprise was Mauro Camoranesi. Signed from Hellas Verona in the summer of 2002, the Argentinian-born midfielder adapted with ease to his new surroundings, and was one of the club's best players for the first seven months of the season. In April and May 2003, he suffered from a slight loss of form, which didn't change the fact that he had hugely contributed to a positive season for the club.

2002 topscorer David Trezeguet suffered from a knee injury in pre-season practice. He recovered strongly from this setback. However, his replacement, Marco Di Vaio, did not live up to his reputation earned at his previous club Parma.

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