Italy soccer jerseys for sale online From Elmontyouthsoccer. The Italy national football team (Italian: Nazionale di calcio dell'Italia) Traditionally known for putting on some of the best defending in the world, the Italian national team are among the legendary few who have truly dominated the game. The four stars above their crests represent the World Cup titles they have brought back to Italy, more than all but two other nations on the planet. Italy is one of the most successful national teams in football and World Cup history, winning four championships and participating in two other finals. Italy won UEFA Euro 2020.
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Team name: Italy national football team
Confederation: UEFA (Europe)
Nickname of team: Gli Azzurri (The Blues)
Representative player: Meazza, Paolo Maldini, Leonardo Spinazzola, Marco Verratti
FIFA World Cup: 4 winners
UEFA European Championship: 2 winners
Central European International Cup: 2 winners
In any conversation about the top footballing nations of the world, Italy is bound to be mentioned more than a few times. With four World Cup titles, Italy is tied with Germany and second only to Brazil (five) as the most successful tournament participant of all time. They’ve also won the Olympic football tournament in 1936 and the European Championship in 1968. They’re known by the name of Azzurri and for their traditional blue kits.
Shortly after being founded in 1910, Italy organized its first official match with France. They won 6-2 in front of approximately 4,000 spectators at Arena Civica, with Pietro Lana scoring the first goal. Pleased with the performance, the team’s fans rewarded the players by throwing them cigarette packets. This was one of only two games that Italy would play in white kits; next year, they switched to blue italy jerseys inspired by the royal House of Savoy crest on the national flag.
The team’s first notable success arrived in 1928, when they placed third in the Summer Olympics football tournament. Eight years later, they would go a step further by winning the competition, beating Austria 2-1 in the final match. In between these two appearances, they won the Central European International Cup on two occasions.
In 2021, Italy would triumph by winning the European Championship for the second time. England stood as opponents and the result was 1-1 after full time and no goals were made during the extra time. In the following penalty shoot-out, Italy succeed three out of five times whereas the goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma made two saves (a third England penalty was going in the post).
For this reason, the Italy Euro 2021 jersey they wore during the game became very popular. Many Italian fans hope to wear an Italian jersey that represents victory to play a football match with their friends.
Of course, this popular Italian home jersey is also available on our website. The bright blue has attracted many Italian fans. Not only that, we also sell Italian away jerseys and goalkeeper jerseys at the same time. You can choose according to your personal ideas.
If you need matching Italian jackets or Italian training uniforms, you can also find them on our Italian national team homepage.
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This Italy Euro 2021 jersey has a navy blue app design and if you look closely, you'll see that the garment also features an intricate pattern inspired by traditional mosaics and architecture of the Renaissance. The Italy Euro 2021 jersey has the colors of the Italian flag on the cuffs.
"During the Renaissance, Italy was the epicenter of creativity and innovation. Italy didn't just influence the world; it redefined it. With this FIGC Home kit we want to celebrate this era and craft this kit from Italy's most important cultural time. The Renaissance floral motives represent the universal beauty that was crafted in italy to inspire the lifestyöe of the world with unpredictable creativity. The new Italy Home jersey will show the pride, the passion and the excitement of italians to the world," said David Bremond, Head of Product Line Management Teamsport, PUMA.
Search on Google to see articles about the top 20 Italian players of all time. The three most famous Italian players in history must be Giuseppe Meazza, Paolo Maldini and Roberto Baggio. Now when it comes to the Italian team, fans will definitely think of Leonardo Spinazzola or Marco Verratti for the first time, and of course Manuel Locatelli, Federico Chiesa and other similarly great players.
The year 1934 saw Italy host a World Cup, making their first appearance in the competition. This squad was led by the legendary Giuseppe Meazza, arguably the greatest Italian player of all time. Known as “Il Genio” by the Italian press, Meazza was a prolific goalscorer and a virtuoso with the ball. The team was coached by Vittorio Pozzo, who popularized a 2-3-2-3 formation with two half-backs and inside-forwards.
After routing the United States 7-1 in their first match in World Cup history, Italy was set to play Spain. The game ended in a 1-1 draw, with various controversial decisions favoring the home team. In the replay match, Italy defeated Spain 1-0 on a Meazza winner. They then beat Austria 1-0 in the semi-finals and Czechoslovakia 2-1 in the finals, winning the World Cup title in their debut appearance. Meazza was voted player of the tournament.
The 1974 World Cup was far less successful for the Azzurri, as they bowed out in the group stage after a shock loss to Poland in the final round. They also failed to qualify for either of the European Championships in 1972 and 1976, which caused a lot of murmur in the Italian press. Nonetheless, the future seemed bright thanks to the arrival of a talented new generation of Italian players led by star striker Paolo Rossi.
Their first opportunity to establish themselves came at the 1978 World Cup, where they won all three games in the group stage. Most notably, they were the only team to defeat hosts and eventual champions Argentina. However, a loss in the second round against the Netherlands spelled the end to their title aspirations, with goalkeeper Dino Zoff receiving most of the blame for getting beaten by a 30-yard shot. In the third-place match, Italy was defeated by Brazil.
The preparations for the 1982 World Cup were plagued by the Totonero match-fixing scandal, which saw numerous players -- including Rossi -- get suspended from the Italian league. However, Rossi returned to the national team just in time to take part at the World Cup, which proved to be a huge boost to the team’s fortunes. Still, their group stage matches left something to be desired, as they advanced with three consecutive draws.
The Azzurri then imposed a press black-out, which seemed to improve the team’s spirits. In the second round, they won against Argentina (2-1) and Brazil (3-2), with Rossi scoring a hat-trick in the latter match. He followed that up with a brace in the semi-final match against Poland, leading Italy to the finals against West Germany. They won the match 3-1, claiming their third World Cup title. Unsurprisingly, Rossi won both the Golden Ball and the Golden Boot.