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Signed Kosovore Asllani Boots

The Prize Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Donated by City in the community The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Prize Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Donated by City in the community, The Prize, Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Take home a pair of Kosovare Asllani's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for English FA WSL club Manchester City and the Sweden national team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game. Donated by City in the community, Donated by, City in the community, The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Cause, Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/communityRead more

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Regini's Worn Shirt, Sampdoria-Napoli - Special UNICEF Patch

The Prize Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L Donated by Lega Serie A The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Prize Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L Donated by Lega Serie A, The Prize, Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L, Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L, Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L, Win this blue-ringed, Sampdoria home shirt, worn by the captain Vasco Regini during the match against Napoli on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The back of the shirt bears Regini's autograph. The game played at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa on May 28, 2017 was decisively taken 4-2 by the Neapolitan guest: Mertens, Insigne, Hamsik and Callejon were the star performers of the blue evening. Quagliarella and Alvarez's goals were in vain. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. For the match with Napoli, Sampdoria wore their new 2017/18 season home shirts. Features:, Short-sleeve, home shirt, Short-sleeve, home shirt Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve Sponsored by Joma Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #19, Size L, Sampdoria emblem sewn on left sleeve, Sponsored by Joma, Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve, Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve, Name and number in thin plastic applique, #19, Size L, Donated by Lega Serie A, Donated by, Lega Serie A, The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Cause, The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's a, ctions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, Website www.unicef.it, Website, www.unicef.it, www.unicef.itRead more

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Signed Leroy Sané Manchester City 2016/17 Shirt

The Prize Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L Donated by Manchester City FC The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Prize Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L Donated by Manchester City FC, The Prize, Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L, Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L, Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L, Manchester City home shirt from the 2016/17 season printed with name and number, signed by City and Germany midfielder Leroy Sané. Engineered fabric Dri-FIT with Nike Aeroswift technology, with the word ‘City’ on the back of the collar. Printed number 9 with the English Premiere League official logo. Size L, Donated by Manchester City FC, Donated by, Manchester City FC, The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Cause, Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/communityRead more

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Insigne's Adidas Cleats, Issued 2016/17 - Signed

The Prize Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features: Iron/plastic studs Size 40 Donated by Amico di Live Onlus The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Prize Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features: Iron/plastic studs Size 40 Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, The Prize, Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features: Iron/plastic studs Size 40, Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features: Iron/plastic studs Size 40, Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features: Iron/plastic studs Size 40, Win these Adidas Techfit NSG shoes, issued and personalized by the Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne. Insigne has autographed both shoes. Features:, Iron/plastic studs, Iron/plastic studs Size 40, Size 40, Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, Donated by, Amico di Live Onlus, The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Cause, Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, Website www.ilovelive.it, Website, www.ilovelive.it, www.ilovelive.itRead more

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Raimondi Atalanta-Chievo Match-Worn Shirt - Special UNICEF Patch

The Prize Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M Donated by Lega Serie A The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Prize Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M Donated by Lega Serie A, The Prize, Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M, Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M, Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M, Win this black/blue Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio home shirt, worn by the captain Cristian Raimondi during the match against Chievo Verona, for the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This shirt is made even more unique with the special patch, "Atalantini si nasce; Bergamaschi si diventa" for Giulio Migliaccio and Cristian Raimondi's farewell to football. Features:, Short-sleeve home shirt, Short-sleeve home shirt Atalanta emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Nike Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #77, Size M, Atalanta emblem applique on chest, Sponsored by Nike, Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve, Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve, Special Farewell Raimondi and Migliaccio Patch applique on left sleeve, Name and number in thin plastic applique, #77, Size M, Donated by Lega Serie A, Donated by, Lega Serie A, The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Cause, The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's a, ctions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, Website www.unicef.it, Website, www.unicef.it, www.unicef.itRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 12h

New!

Totti's Worn Nike Cleats, Signed - 2014/15

The Prize Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features: Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43 Donated by Amico di Live Onlus The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Prize Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features: Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43 Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, The Prize, Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features: Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43, Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features: Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43, Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features: Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43, Take home these Nike Tiempo cleats worn by the former Roma captain Francesco Totti for the 2014/15 Serie A TIM championship match. Totti has autographed both the shoes. Features:, Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats, Autographed Nike Tiempo Cleats Worn-out plastic studs Size 43, Worn-out plastic studs, Size 43, Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, Donated by, Amico di Live Onlus, The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Cause, Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, Website www.ilovelive.it, Website, www.ilovelive.it, www.ilovelive.itRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 6d 22h

Signed Motorhead Presentation Disc

The Prize Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Donated by Barry Drinkwater The Cause The Heavy Metal Truants is a charity cycling group co-founded by Metal Hammer’s former editor-in-chief, Alexander Milas, and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood to equally benefit three charities: Childline, Nordoff Robbins and Teenage Cancer Trust. To date, it has raised £338,000. Now in its fifth year, the cycle ride consists of an annual, three-day, 164-mile pedal from London to the Download Festival, and it’s open to fans, bands, and industry types alike. A component of these fundraising efforts is the annual Monster Rock Auction, featuring rare memorabilia generously donated by the great and good of the rock and metal industry. "The Heavy Metal Truants are an extraordinary group of people," says Alexander Milas, "but what's really remarkable is just how supportive the greater musical community has been with such generous and unique donations. We hope you’ll enjoy, bid generously, and please keep checking back as we’ll be adding more in the coming weeks!” Website heavymetaltruants.com, The Prize Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Donated by Barry Drinkwater, The Prize, Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Bid on this unique and poignant item: a framed presentation of the 22nd and final Motorhead album, Black Magic. Black Magic, This unique disc was presented to long-time friend and business associate of the band, Barry Drinkwater, by the band’s management at the late, great Lemmy Kilmister’s favourite home away from home - the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The gold-framed CD, signed by Phil Campbell, Mikkey D, and Lemmy Kilmister is a unique artifact and a sacred relic directly linked to one of the most iconic figures of the 20th and 21st century. Donated by Barry Drinkwater, Donated by, Barry Drinkwater, The Cause The Heavy Metal Truants is a charity cycling group co-founded by Metal Hammer’s former editor-in-chief, Alexander Milas, and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood to equally benefit three charities: Childline, Nordoff Robbins and Teenage Cancer Trust. To date, it has raised £338,000. Now in its fifth year, the cycle ride consists of an annual, three-day, 164-mile pedal from London to the Download Festival, and it’s open to fans, bands, and industry types alike. A component of these fundraising efforts is the annual Monster Rock Auction, featuring rare memorabilia generously donated by the great and good of the rock and metal industry. "The Heavy Metal Truants are an extraordinary group of people," says Alexander Milas, "but what's really remarkable is just how supportive the greater musical community has been with such generous and unique donations. We hope you’ll enjoy, bid generously, and please keep checking back as we’ll be adding more in the coming weeks!” Website heavymetaltruants.com, The Cause, The Heavy Metal Truants is a charity cycling group co-founded by Metal Hammer’s former editor-in-chief, Alexander Milas, and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood to equally benefit three charities: Childline, Nordoff Robbins and Teenage Cancer Trust. To date, it has raised £338,000. Now in its fifth year, the cycle ride consists of an annual, three-day, 164-mile pedal from London to the Download Festival, and it’s open to fans, bands, and industry types alike. A component of these fundraising efforts is the annual Monster Rock Auction, featuring rare memorabilia generously donated by the great and good of the rock and metal industry. "The Heavy Metal Truants are an extraordinary group of people," says Alexander Milas, "but what's really remarkable is just how supportive the greater musical community has been with such generous and unique donations. We hope you’ll enjoy, bid generously, and please keep checking back as we’ll be adding more in the coming weeks!”, The Heavy Metal Truants is a charity cycling group co-founded by Metal Hammer’s former editor-in-chief, Alexander Milas, and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood to equally benefit three charities: Childline, Nordoff Robbins and Teenage Cancer Trust. To date, it has raised £338,000. Now in its fifth year, the cycle ride consists of an annual, three-day, 164-mile pedal from London to the Download Festival, and it’s open to fans, bands, and industry types alike. A component of these fundraising efforts is the annual Monster Rock Auction, featuring rare memorabilia generously donated by the great and good of the rock and metal industry. "The Heavy Metal Truants are an extraordinary group of people," says Alexander Milas, "but what's really remarkable is just how supportive the greater musical community has been with such generous and unique donations. We hope you’ll enjoy, bid generously, and please keep checking back as we’ll be adding more in the coming weeks!”, Website heavymetaltruants.com, Website heavymetaltruants.com, Website, heavymetaltruants.com, heavymetaltruants.comRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 4d 22h

New!

Boateng's Las Palmas Issued/Worn Shirt, 2016/17 - Signed

The Prize Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features: Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L Donated by Amico di Live Onlus The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Prize Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features: Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, The Prize, Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features: Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L, Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features: Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L, Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features: Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L, Take home this orange Las Palmas away shirt, issued/worn by the Ghanaian trequartista Kevin 'Prince' Boateng for a match against the Liga Spagnola 2016/17. The front of the shirt bears Prince's autograph. Features:, Short-sleeve, orange away shirt, Short-sleeve, orange away shirt Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Acerbis Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #7, size L, Las Palmas emblem sewn on chest, Sponsored by Acerbis, Liga Spagnola patch sewn on right sleeve, Name and number in thin plastic applique, #7, size L, Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, Donated by, Amico di Live Onlus, The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Cause, Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, Website www.ilovelive.it, Website, www.ilovelive.it, www.ilovelive.itRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 6d 22h

Signed Demi Stokes Boots

The Prize Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Donated by City in the community The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Prize Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Donated by City in the community, The Prize, Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Take home a pair of Demi Stoke's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Demi Lee Courtney Stokes is an English footballer who plays for Manchester City. She previously played for Sunderland in the English FA Women's Premier League. Stokes made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in January 2014. Donated by City in the community, Donated by, City in the community, The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Cause, Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/communityRead more

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  • 18d 22h

"Babele" by Flycat

The Prize Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Donated by Flycat The Cause Fondazione Milan is a charity that is part of the broader AC Milan Social Responsibility and Sustainability program. The foundation was established in 2003 with the aim of meeting the needs of local communities in difficult circumstances. Over the years, they have helped people in need of education, housing and care. In 2013, after ten years of experience, they decided to focus on projects using sports and its values to help disadvantaged young people to build a better future. They want to invest in the potential of these young people, enhance their skills and support their dreams, so that all young people might have the opportunity to develop their talents. Website www.fondazionemilan.org, The Prize Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Donated by Flycat, The Prize, Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Work of art, 2016, made with spray paint, enamel and acrylic on canvas. Total dimensions are 100x150 cm. Depicted here is the mythical biblical creation of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of which by God created the various world languages and national boundaries—and with these, the development of new graphemes. Red is the battle and sacrifice, rendered in the pictorial gesture of dripping; black acts as a frame for this ascent made up of right angles, tangents and secants for a code in pieces in order to maintain its spiritual value. Flycat, the pseudonym of Luca Massironi, is one of the main representatives of the first generation of street artists and writers in Europe. His numerous trips to East Los Angeles, his ties to the greatest masters worldwide, and his deep passion for graffiti led him to write his "Manifesto del Futurismo Celeste" with the objective of giving back to each individual letter its own expressive autonomy. He has been the focus of numerous art shows both in Italy and abroad, giving great attention to the social-cultural side of his art: in 1998 he held the first Spray Art course at the C. Beccaria Juvenile Penal Institution in Milan; in 2006 he was the artistic director of the show “Dal Muro alla Tela” put on by the FAI (Italian Cultural and Environmental Foundation); and in 2008 he collaborated with the Youth Ministry to create a discussion table about urban art. Additionally, in 2016 he was the first European artist invited by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a workshop during the eighth edition of the FADJR. Donated by Flycat, Donated by, Flycat, The Cause Fondazione Milan is a charity that is part of the broader AC Milan Social Responsibility and Sustainability program. The foundation was established in 2003 with the aim of meeting the needs of local communities in difficult circumstances. Over the years, they have helped people in need of education, housing and care. In 2013, after ten years of experience, they decided to focus on projects using sports and its values to help disadvantaged young people to build a better future. They want to invest in the potential of these young people, enhance their skills and support their dreams, so that all young people might have the opportunity to develop their talents. Website www.fondazionemilan.org, The Cause, Fondazione Milan is a charity that is part of the broader AC Milan Social Responsibility and Sustainability program. The foundation was established in 2003 with the aim of meeting the needs of local communities in difficult circumstances. Over the years, they have helped people in need of education, housing and care. In 2013, after ten years of experience, they decided to focus on projects using sports and its values to help disadvantaged young people to build a better future. They want to invest in the potential of these young people, enhance their skills and support their dreams, so that all young people might have the opportunity to develop their talents. Fondazione Milan is a charity that is part of the broader AC Milan Social Responsibility and Sustainability program. The foundation was established in 2003 with the aim of meeting the needs of local communities in difficult circumstances. Over the years, they have helped people in need of education, housing and care. In 2013, after ten years of experience, they decided to focus on projects using sports and its values to help disadvantaged young people to build a better future. They want to invest in the potential of these young people, enhance their skills and support their dreams, so that all young people might have the opportunity to develop their talents. Website www.fondazionemilan.org, Website www.fondazionemilan.org, Website, www.fondazionemilan.org, www.fondazionemilan.orgRead more

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  • 11d 22h

Signed Jennifer Beattie Boots

The Prize Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Donated by City in the community The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Prize Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Donated by City in the community, The Prize, Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Take home a pair of Jennifer Beattie's signed boots worn during the 2016/2017 season and signed in March. This amazing item comes in its very own Perspex box. Jennifer Beattie is a Scottish female international footballer. She currently plays for Manchester City Women of the FA WSL and has represented Scotland at the senior level. Beattie is a tall, strong, right-footed player. Although typically a defender or midfielder, she is also an accomplished goal-scorer. Donated by City in the community, Donated by, City in the community, The Cause Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, The Cause, Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Manchester City’s community story began in 1880 when the Connell family of St Mark’s Church in Gorton harnessed the power of football in a bid to unite their community. By providing the opportunity to regularly play the sport, they generated a positive change in behaviours and attitudes in a neighbourhood that was experiencing a range of social issues. By placing the game at the heart of its plans, the Club’s Foundation makes a big difference in local employment, crime prevention, social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of fans, friends and neighbours. In the 2014/15 season, working with more than 40,000 people each year, City in the Community delivered 21 football-based programmes, totalling a huge 53,000 hours of community work. In the first eight months since opening its doors, the new City Football Academy has helped numerous dedicated schemes expand and has further stimulated the ‘football effect’ that remains right at the core of everything the Club aims to achieve. Every week, 30 hours of pitch time is dedicated to local youngsters and adults at the same grounds where the Premier League players train and work. However, it is not just in Manchester where CITC programmes continue to make a difference. They’ve also seen a global impact growing in other cities with clubs as well as cities further afield. Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, Website, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/community, www.mancity.com/en/club-and-community/communityRead more

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  • 18d 22h

New!

De Rossi Issued/Worn Shirt, Netherlands-Italy 2017

The Prize Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche: Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL Donated by Amico di Live Onlus The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Prize Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche: Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, The Prize, Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche: Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL, Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche: Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL, Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche: Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL, Maglia bianca away dell'Italia, preparata/indossata dal centrocampista della Roma Daniele De Rossi durante un amichevole contro l'Olanda. La partita, disputata all'Amsterdam Arena il 28 marzo, 2017, è terminata 2-1 a favore degli azzurri di Mister Ventura, grazie alle marcature di Eder e Leonardo Bonucci. Per questa sfida, l'Italia è scesa in campo con la fornitura da store, e non quella authentic con gli inserti in gomma applicati all'interno della maglia. Altro dettaglio importante è il logo, visibilmente più scuro e acceso nei colori rispetto alle precedenti maglie. Caratteristiche:, Maglia bianca away a maniche corte, Maglia bianca away a maniche corte Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto Sponsor Puma Dettagli del match applicati sul petto Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile #16, Taglia XL, Preparata/indossata da Daniele De Rossi, Stemma dell'Italia applicato sul petto, Sponsor Puma, Dettagli del match applicati sul petto, Nome e numero applicati in plastica sottile, #16, Taglia XL, Donated by Amico di Live Onlus, Donated by, Amico di Live Onlus, The Cause Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, The Cause, Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Live Onlus is an Italian non-profit organization created in 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer player Alessandro Lambrughi (the current Livorno defender). Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Ermanno Fumagalli, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials. Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields. Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field. Website www.ilovelive.it, Website www.ilovelive.it, Website, www.ilovelive.it, www.ilovelive.itRead more

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  • 6d 22h

"Untitled" by Mimmo Germanà

The Prize Work of art by Mimmo Germanà This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Donated by APART spaziocritico The Cause Strawberry Fields Onlus originated from the minds, but especially from the hearts, of Maria Vittoria Marchiorello, Francesca Piccini and Diva Maddalena Polegato. All three of them started off as volunteers in Africa, specifically in Addis Abeba (Ethiopia). They continue to support the religious order of the Brothers of La Salle and have given concrete support to Brother Kassu Fantaye, the Ethiopian brother who, over the years, has built the school of St. John Baptist de La Salle in the outskirts of Addis Abeba. Schools in Ethiopia are exclusively private, thus excluding the hundreds of children in precarious economic situations from receiving a proper education in order to make a better future for themselves. Instead, the St. John Baptist de La Salle School gives children from the families in the most need the opportunity to go to school, guaranteeing them a level of instruction certified both nationally and internationally, thanks to the yearly exams the students have to take. In order to make this possible, the religious order of La Salle is continuously seeking funds and volunteers to help them guarantee what to them is the foundation of society: instruction and scholastic education, seen as the only true form of freedom. Website strawberryfieldsonlus.com, The Prize Work of art by Mimmo Germanà This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Donated by APART spaziocritico, The Prize, Work of art by Mimmo Germanà This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Work of art by Mimmo Germanà This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Work of art by Mimmo Germanà This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Work of art by Mimmo Germanà, This oil on canvas painting is from 1988. Its dimensions are 80x80 cm. Making a name for himself at the Venice Biennale in 1980, Germanà is famous for his use of vivid colors, "fauves". He exhibited his paintings in various museums across the world. Achille Bonito Oliva was the critic who believed in him most, exalting the "fluid rhythm of his paintings, made of thick and dense brushstrokes, of deep colors and strong materials". Donated by APART spaziocritico, Donated by, APART spaziocritico, The Cause Strawberry Fields Onlus originated from the minds, but especially from the hearts, of Maria Vittoria Marchiorello, Francesca Piccini and Diva Maddalena Polegato. All three of them started off as volunteers in Africa, specifically in Addis Abeba (Ethiopia). They continue to support the religious order of the Brothers of La Salle and have given concrete support to Brother Kassu Fantaye, the Ethiopian brother who, over the years, has built the school of St. John Baptist de La Salle in the outskirts of Addis Abeba. Schools in Ethiopia are exclusively private, thus excluding the hundreds of children in precarious economic situations from receiving a proper education in order to make a better future for themselves. Instead, the St. John Baptist de La Salle School gives children from the families in the most need the opportunity to go to school, guaranteeing them a level of instruction certified both nationally and internationally, thanks to the yearly exams the students have to take. In order to make this possible, the religious order of La Salle is continuously seeking funds and volunteers to help them guarantee what to them is the foundation of society: instruction and scholastic education, seen as the only true form of freedom. Website strawberryfieldsonlus.com, The Cause, Strawberry Fields Onlus originated from the minds, but especially from the hearts, of Maria Vittoria Marchiorello, Francesca Piccini and Diva Maddalena Polegato. All three of them started off as volunteers in Africa, specifically in Addis Abeba (Ethiopia). They continue to support the religious order of the Brothers of La Salle and have given concrete support to Brother Kassu Fantaye, the Ethiopian brother who, over the years, has built the school of St. John Baptist de La Salle in the outskirts of Addis Abeba. Schools in Ethiopia are exclusively private, thus excluding the hundreds of children in precarious economic situations from receiving a proper education in order to make a better future for themselves. Instead, the St. John Baptist de La Salle School gives children from the families in the most need the opportunity to go to school, guaranteeing them a level of instruction certified both nationally and internationally, thanks to the yearly exams the students have to take. In order to make this possible, the religious order of La Salle is continuously seeking funds and volunteers to help them guarantee what to them is the foundation of society: instruction and scholastic education, seen as the only true form of freedom. Strawberry Fields Onlus originated from the minds, but especially from the hearts, of Maria Vittoria Marchiorello, Francesca Piccini and Diva Maddalena Polegato. All three of them started off as volunteers in Africa, specifically in Addis Abeba (Ethiopia). They continue to support the religious order of the Brothers of La Salle and have given concrete support to Brother Kassu Fantaye, the Ethiopian brother who, over the years, has built the school of St. John Baptist de La Salle in the outskirts of Addis Abeba. Schools in Ethiopia are exclusively private, thus excluding the hundreds of children in precarious economic situations from receiving a proper education in order to make a better future for themselves. Instead, the St. John Baptist de La Salle School gives children from the families in the most need the opportunity to go to school, guaranteeing them a level of instruction certified both nationally and internationally, thanks to the yearly exams the students have to take. In order to make this possible, the religious order of La Salle is continuously seeking funds and volunteers to help them guarantee what to them is the foundation of society: instruction and scholastic education, seen as the only true form of freedom. Website strawberryfieldsonlus.com, Website strawberryfieldsonlus.com, Website, strawberryfieldsonlus.com, strawberryfieldsonlus.comRead more

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Cesar's Worn Shirt, Atalanta-Chievo - Special UNICEF Patch

The Prize Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L Donated by Lega Serie A The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Prize Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L Donated by Lega Serie A, The Prize, Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L, Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L, Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features: Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L, Win this yellow/blue Chievo Verona home shirt, worn by the captain Boštjan Cesar during the match against Atalanta on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A TIM championship. The game played at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium on May 27, 2017 was taken 1-0 by the home team: Papu Gomez's goal proved decisive for winning the fourth place. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. Features:, Short-sleeve home shirt, Short-sleeve home shirt Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest Sponsored by Givova Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Evident signs of wear Name and number in thin plastic applique #12, Size L, Chievo Verona emblem applique on chest, Sponsored by Givova, Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve, Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve, Evident signs of wear, Name and number in thin plastic applique, #12, Size L, Donated by Lega Serie A, Donated by, Lega Serie A, The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Cause, The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's a, ctions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, Website www.unicef.it, Website, www.unicef.it, www.unicef.itRead more

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De Rossi's Issued Shirt, Roma-Genoa - Special UNICEF Patch

The Prize Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL Donated by Lega Serie A The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Prize Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL Donated by Lega Serie A, The Prize, Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL, Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL, Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features: Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL, Win this yellow/red AS Roma home shirt, issued for captain Daniele De Rossi for a match against Genoa on the 38th day of the 2016/17 Serie A championship. The game played at the Olimpico stadium in Rome on May 28, 2017 ended 3-2 in the yellow/red team's favor, directly qualifying them for Champions League: De Rossi made the goal that momentarily brought the score to 2-1. For the last day of the 2016/17 championship, all 20 Serie A team captains wore shirts with the Special UNICEF Patch applique on the left sleeve. This special celebratory day both in and out of the stadium bade farewell to Francesco Totti: the shirt used, besides being the new 2017/18 season version, bears a splendid patch in honor of Totti. De Rossi, the new captain, awarded Totti with a gratitude plaque at the end of the match. Features:, Short-sleeve, home shirt, Short-sleeve, home shirt Roma emblem sewn on chest Sponsored by Macron Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve Name and number in thin plastic applique #16, Size XL, Roma emblem sewn on chest, Sponsored by Macron, Serie A TIM Patch applique on right sleeve, Special UNICEF Patch applique on left sleeve, Special Totti Patch applique on left sleeve, Name and number in thin plastic applique, #16, Size XL, Donated by Lega Serie A, Donated by, Lega Serie A, The Cause The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, The Cause, The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's actions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. The Italian Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF Italia) is part of the overall structure of UNICEF - United Nations Fund for Children, the UN subsidiary organ that is appointed to protect and promote the rights of girls, children (aged 0-18), and adolescents all over the world and to contribute to the improvement of their living conditions. Our organization is therefore both a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that is part of the growing third sector in Italy and a representative of an intergovernmental program of the United Nations. In keeping up with the rest of the organization, even UNICEF Italy's a, ctions are inspired by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as the Millennium Development Goals. The Italian Committee for UNICEF is a well-organized, professional structure with a vast network of volunteers throughout the country. Website www.unicef.it, Website www.unicef.it, Website, www.unicef.it, www.unicef.itRead more

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As the Rugby World Cup 2015 gets underway, auction houses are preparing to sell rugby memorabilia and even rugby-inspired artworks to raise money for charities.
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