Exhibitors 2023



Bombeer srl

Bombeer srl

Bombeer is a bottom-fermented lager beer, born from the careful selection of the finest varieties of barley, hops and yeast, produced by Birra Castello Spa.


The particular fermentation process gives it a harmonious, soft and enveloping taste.


The slim body and subtle carbonation play in balance, closing with a clean finish that invites a second sip.


Due to its characteristics it is suitable as an aperitif beer and for consumption throughout the meal, even better if in front of a match on TV.

Bombeer srl

Fabrizio Vallongo, Cristian Vieri

Considered one of the strongest strikers in the history of Italian football[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] and of his generation,[7][9][10][11] he played for thirteen teams, eleven of which were Italian between Serie C1, Serie A and Serie B and two foreign (Atlético Madrid and Monaco); he has linked his name mainly to Inter, whose colors he wore from 1999 to 2005, winning the 2004-2005 Italian Cup. He had previously won the 1996 UEFA Super Cup, the 1996 Intercontinental Cup and the 1996-1997 Italian championship with Juventus and the 1998 Italian Super Cup and the 1999 Cup Winners' Cup with Lazio, as well as various individual titles among which the title of top scorer stands out of the 1997-1998 Primera División with 24 goals and that of the 2002-2003 Serie A, as well as three AIC football Oscars (Best overall footballer 1999 and Best Italian footballer 1999 and 2002).


His transfer from Lazio to Inter in the summer of 1999 for 90 billion lire was a record in the history of the transfer market at the time.[12]


With the Italian national team he made a total of 49 appearances and 23 goals, taking part in two World Cups (France 1998 and South Korea-Japan 2002) and one European Championship (Portugal 2004); during the 2002 world championship he reached the Italian scoring record in the World Cup held by Paolo Rossi and Roberto Baggio, with 9 goals.[6] He also won the 1994 and 1996 European Championships with the Under-21 selection.


In 2004 Pelé included him in the FIFA 100, the list of the 125 best living footballers, drawn up on the occasion of the FIFA Centenary.[3] He is in 71st place in the ranking of the best footballers of the 20th century published by World Soccer magazine. [4] In the 2022 edition he joined the Inter Hall of Fame. [5]


  F1 (pav. 7F.01)
Back
 
Data updated on 2024-07-20 - 5.09.58 pm