AC Milan 1994-95 player shirt by Lotto believed to have been match worn by Stroppa in the Champions League Group D match against AJAX played at the Olympic Stadium on the 14th September 1994.
This was the opening matchday of the group and these two sides would go on to meet again in the final matchday in Vienna come May.
Ajax showed what they were all about here and got themselves the victory thanks to second half goals from Ronald de Boer and Litmanen. Milan were the experienced campaigners and Ajax were the youthful contenders, both sides played in their home kits for this match and then in the reverse fixture at San Siro they wore their away kits. Stroppa joined the action as a 64th minute substitute for Alessandro Orlando. The match at the San Siro would be another 2-0 victory for Ajax and in the Final in Vienna one goal would be enough for the Dutch giants to take the trophy. Stroppa returned to the San Siro for 94-95 after four years away with Lazio and Foggia where his form saw him win 4 caps for the Azzurri but he made only 19 appearances in this campaign before being sold to Udinese for 95-96. Milan wore three different versions of Champions League patch in this season as UEFA struggled to decide what they favoure.
Correct player size number printed within the material, UEFA Champions League 94/95 patch, Scudetto shield and gold star machine stitched, fully embroidered Lotto logo which on the replica version is screen printed, thicker material compared to commercial replica, no Opel company logo to sponsor to meet UEFA regulations, swapped with an Ajax player and comes from their personal collection - a signed letter verifying this will be provided.