SSC Napoli honored the late Diego Armando Maradona by wearing a special fourth kit during the Serie A match between Naples’ football team and AS Roma on Nov. 29. The Kombat kit was designed with Kappa last year, and was indeed expected to be unveiled during the match against Roma, hoping that Maradona would be able to see it or even wear it, but the Argentinian football legend suddenly passed away on Nov. 25 at the age of 60. Wearing that special jersey therefore assumed a different and even greater significance. Maradona played for Napoli from 1984/85 to 1990/91 and helped elevate the club to the most successful period in its history, including two Serie A titles (scudetti) in 1986/87 and 1989/90, among other trophies. Meanwhile, the members of another Italian football club, SS Lazio, on the same day wore a special shirt developed by Macron with a patch saying “AD10S” (like goodbye in Spanish). The shirts are being auctioned until Dec. 6 on a site, MatchWornShirt, and the proceeds will go to two Italian non-profit organizations involved in solidarity initiatives. A shirt that was actually worn by Maradona while playing for Napoli is being auctioned off on eBay at a starting price of €15,000.