Match worn or issued AC Milan 1994-1995 home shirt by number #6, which was most likely club legend Franco Baresi. It has the Scudetto patch on the chest, underneath the star. The Scudetto represents the fact that AC Milan were the champions of the Serie A in the previous season (1993-1994).
In this 1994-95 season, Baresi started every match with number #6 in the Champions League. In the Serie A, there were only 6 matches where Baresi did not start the match. In these games, because AC Milan always started with numbers 1-11 in this season, other players wore the number 6. Baresi did not start against Brescia at home, Padova at home, Sampdoria away, Internazionale away, Napoli away and Fiorentina away.
Alessandro Costacurta wore the number #6 against Brescia, Padova, Sampdoria and Internazionale. Filippo Galli wore number #6 twice; against Napoli on 18 May 1995 and on the last competition match (with away shirt) against Fiorentina. In the Coppa Italia campaign, the number #6 was worn by Costacurta in 3 of the 4 matches. Galli used the number during the second leg of the first round against Palermo.
During their 1994-1995 Champions League campaign, AC Milan wore the same shirts without a name above the number. They differed, however, in that they had the Champions League patch stitched on one sleeve. It was only during the CL final against Ajax (Ajax won 1-0) when Milan wore shirts that had names above the numbers. The same counts for Ajax shirts. In the first leg of the 1994 UEFA Super Cup, AC Milan played with long sleeved home shirts. In the second leg Milan played with their yellow third shirt, also long sleeved. In both games Baresi started and played with number #6.
This shirt has all the characteristics of a match shirt: the professionally heat-pressed number in felt on the back, but above all the fully embroidered Lotto logo on the chest (which on the replica shirts was screen printed).
Based on the information stated above, this shirt (1) is most likely issued for/worn by Franco Baresi because he played the most games in it; (2) is almost certainly issued for/worn in one or multiple Serie A matches. It is also a possibility that it is only issued or that is worn by multiple players.
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