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Italy 2004 EURO Home kit XXL

Italy 2004 EURO Home kit XXL

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Italy's performance in the 2004 UEFA European Championship (commonly known as the Euro) was indeed a disappointment, as they were considered one of the tournament's favorites but ultimately had an unsuccessful run.

But they wore this beautiful fanela manufactured by Puma. This kit is in size XXL and good condition with a few bobbles on the front left side of the kit . We are very lucky to have both home and away kits here at our shop.

In the 2004 Euro, Italy was drawn into Group C alongside Sweden, Denmark, and Bulgaria. Italy started the tournament with a 0-0 draw against Denmark and followed it up with a 1-1 draw against Sweden. Their only win in the group stage came against Bulgaria with a 2-1 victory. These results were not enough to secure the top spot in their group, and they finished second behind Sweden.

Italy's squad for the 2004 UEFA European Championship included several notable players, many of whom had successful club careers and represented their country with distinction. Here are some of the key players who featured for Italy during the 2004 Euro:

  1. Francesco Totti: Totti was one of Italy's most creative and skillful players. He played as an attacking midfielder and was known for his vision, passing, and ability to score goals. Totti was an influential figure in the Italian national team.

  2. Alessandro Del Piero: Del Piero was a prolific striker who had spent the majority of his club career with Juventus. He was known for his goal-scoring prowess and technical ability. Del Piero was a key figure in Italy's attack.

  3. Alessandro Nesta: Nesta was one of the best defenders of his generation. He played as a center-back and was known for his exceptional defensive skills, including marking, tackling, and positioning.

  4. Paolo Maldini: Maldini was a legendary figure in Italian football and had a long and illustrious career with AC Milan. He played as a left-back and was renowned for his defensive prowess and leadership qualities.

  5. Gianluigi Buffon: Buffon was one of the world's top goalkeepers at the time and had a long and successful career with Juventus. He was known for his shot-stopping ability and commanding presence in goal.

  6. Fabio Cannavaro: Cannavaro was a central defender known for his tenacity and ability to read the game. He later went on to win the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2006.

  7. Andrea Pirlo: Pirlo was a talented midfielder with excellent passing and playmaking abilities. He had a successful club career with AC Milan and later with Juventus.

  8. Gennaro Gattuso: Gattuso was a tough-tackling midfielder who provided grit and defensive stability in the midfield.

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