Match worn Juventus goalkeeper shirt by Michelangelo Rampulla (number 12) in the season 1995-1996. The Italian shield (also known as Scudetto) is present on the left chest representing that the team won the Serie A the previous season (1994-95). The “Coccarda” (italiana tricolore) shield is present below the Kappa logo, representing that Juventus are winners of the Coppa Italia in the previous season.
Michelangelo Rampulla is a former Italian goalkeeper who was active for Juventus between 1992 and 2002. As a second goalkeeper, he played around 100 matches for Juventus in this ten year period, of which 49 in the domestic league (Serie A). As a football player, he was only active in Italy. Before Juve, he was the first goalkeeper at Cesena (1983-1985) and Cremonese (1985-1992).
In this 1995-96 season, Juventus finished 2nd in the Serie A and won both the Supercoppa Italiana and the UEFA Champions League. Rampulla played 9 matches in the Serie A, 2 in the Coppa Italia, 1 in the Champions League, and he was substituted in the Supercoppa Italiana 1995 (played in January 1996).
The shirt has all the characteristics of a match shirt: correct player size number/name set (plastic material); first team player size XL, and the fully embroidered Scudetto, Coccarda and Kappa logo.
The specific match is unfortunately unknown. It was part of a Juventus match worn shirt collection from someone close to the club/team. Furthermore, the damage on the arm pads and the shirt in general indicate that it was worn on the pitch.
Condition: Good, wear to arm pads