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  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Away 76-77 - Blue - COPA 146
    £44.99

    New coach Giovanni Trapattoni took charge of Juventus in 1976 & it would prove to be a masterstroke. In his first season, Trapattoni led the club to become Serie A champions & then go on to add the UEFA Cup to their...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Away 1983  - COPA 169
    £44.99

    The 1983 season saw a star-studded Juventus side reach the European Cup final & also lift the Coppa Italia after a thrilling 2nd leg comeback against Verona.  Officially licensed by Juventus, this stylish retro...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Away 83/84 - Yellow - COPA 148
    £44.99

    By the end of the season in 1984, Juventus had successfully defeated title-rivals Roma to 1st place in Serie A. On top of that, the Turin-based giants also lifted the Cupwinner's Cup to bring some European silverware to...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home 1951/52 - Black/White - COPA 144
    £44.99

    The 1950's brought much success to the black & white half of Turin as Juventus began the decade by clinching top spot in the first two Serie A league campaigns.  Of the two, the 51/52 title-winning season was...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home Jersey 1952/53 - COPA 168
    £44.99

    Despite failing to defend their status as Serie A champions, the 52/53 season saw Juventus play some of the most free-flowing & enjoyable attacking football the game had ever seen. In fact, the campaign saw them win 8-0...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home 1976/77 - Black/White - COPA 145
    £44.99

    New coach Giovanni Trapattoni took charge of Juventus in 1976 & it would prove to be a masterstroke. In his first season, Trapattoni led the club to become Serie A champions & then go on to add the UEFA Cup to their...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home 1984/85 - Black/White - COPA 147
    £44.99

    Despite lifting both the Super Cup & European Cup, 1985 was a year tinged by tragedy for Juventus fans. At the European Cup final at Heysel Stadium in Belgium, 39 fans were killed due to a structural collapse brought on...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home 1992/93 - White/Black - COPA 149
    £44.99

    A few seasons had passed & Italian giants Juventus' on-pitch fortunes had faded. Cue the return of legendary manager Giovanni Trapattoni, who immediately brought silverware back to the trophy cabinet by leading the club...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Home 1994/95 - Black/White - COPA 170
    £44.99

    After an incredibly frustrating 9 year wait, Marcelo Lippi's Juventus lifted their 23rd Serie A title in the 1994/95 season. Their incredible front 3 of Gianluca Vialli, Fabrizio Ravanelli & the great Roberto Baggio was...

  • Retro Football Jackets - Juventus 1/4-Zip Sweatshirt 1974/75 - COPA 911
    £59.99

    At the start of the 1974/75 season Juventus needed a change in fortune. It came in the form of former player & coach Carlo Parola, who returned to the club after a 12 year absence.  Under his leadership, Juventus...

  • Retro Football Jackets - Juventus 1975/76 Tracksuit Top - Blue - COPA 910
    £59.99

    Some of the best players to ever don the Juventus badge turned out for the club during the 1975/76 season. This included legandary goalkeeper Dino Zoff, hard-tackling defender Claudio Gentile (whose style of play was the...

  • Retro Football Shirts - Juventus Women's Home 1984/85 - Black/White - COPA 5304
    £44.99

    Despite lifting both the Super Cup & European Cup, 1985 was a year tinged by tragedy for Juventus fans. At the European Cup final at Heysel Stadium in Belgium, 39 fans were killed due to a structural collapse brought on...

  • Baby Football Shirts - My First Juventus - Black/White - COPA 6821
    £21.99

    Make sure your baby grows up in the right colours with this premium quality retro Juventus football shirt from footballing romantics COPA. The design is retro-inspired & comes with a woven Juventus crest on the left...

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