Original Bari SSC Home Jersey 1990-1991 - L

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  • Home Jersey
  • Year: 1990-1991
  • Player: João Paulo, Lupo
  • Size: L (53 cm x 71 cm)
  • Brand: Adidas
  • Sponsor: Sud factoring
  • Details: Excellent condition, some wear spots on the back. Famous Adidas template which is called "Glasgow". One of the most famous Bari shirts!

Originally established in 1908, Bari has undergone multiple re-foundation efforts, with the most recent occurring in 2018. Throughout its history, the club has frequently moved between Italy's top two football divisions, Serie A and Serie B. Over the years, Bari has gone by various names, including A.S. Bari and F.C. Bari 1908, due to these re-foundation initiatives. The team typically sports an all-white kit with red accents. By the late 1970s, Bari found themselves back in Serie B, showing signs of improvement and narrowly missing out on promotion in 1982. They finally secured promotion to Serie A in 1985, recruiting English players Gordon Cowans and Paul Rideout. However, their stint in Serie A was short-lived, as they were immediately relegated back to Serie B. A return to Serie A in 1989 brought about a period of relative success, highlighted by a 10th-place finish in 1990, featuring key players like defender Giovanni Loseto, midfielder Pietro Maiellaro, and Brazilian striker João Paulo. Bari bid farewell to their home ground, the Della Vittoria, at the end of that season, moving to the newly constructed San Nicola stadium, built for the 1990 World Cup. Despite notable signings such as David Platt, relegation struck once again in 1992. A promotion in 1994 ushered in another two-year stint in Serie A, with Igor Protti claiming the league's top scorer title in the 1995-96 season. Another promotion followed in 1997, marking the rise of promising young talents like Nicola Ventola, Gianluca Zambrotta, Antonio Cassano, and Diego De Ascentis.