A Gianluigi Buffon game-used unwashed #1 Italy away shirt was worn by the Italian superstar legend goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in a 2010 World Cup friendly match against Mexico on June 3rd, 2010 in King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels which was worn for at least one half of play. Italy lost this match against Mexico (2-1).
Upon close inspection you’ll come to find the following signs of use throught this garment: Minor markings exist throught the jersey which can be seen when the jersey is held to light due to the dark color of the fabric. Some amount of mud and stains exist on the lower part of the jersey. The jersey has some odor smell. No damage to fabric is evident.
Please take a moment to review the authentication notes provided, as well as the provided photographs:
1. Sized appropriately for Buffon, size XL.
2. Italy national team badge is professionally heat applied to upper front of the shirt. Thick application.
3. Puma logo is professionally heat applied to upper front of the shirt and on both sleeves. Thick application.
4. FIFA WORLD CHAMPIONS 2006 golden badge is professionally heat applied to upper front of the shirt. Thick application.
5. Name buffon and #1 are professionally heat applied to back and #1 to front of the shirt. Thin rubber applications.
6. The shirt is made of a breathable fabric for comfort of the player.
7. Appropriate Puma identifiers throughout.
8. Additional details apply.
A museum-quality Buffon example from the 2010 World Cup season. A fine garment with extraordinary details coming out of the Italian Team. Superb!