Italian captain hat order to be unveiled on Sunday

The Italian Football Federation is set to unveil the order of hats worn by their players and coaches on Sunday ahead of the opening day of the 2017-18 season.

The official Italian Footballer’s Association (AFA) website is expected to release the order on Sunday, the day the Italian squad is due to take the field for their first game of the new campaign against Lazio. 

The order will be announced by the head of the AFA, Carlo Domenicali, at a news conference at 6.00pm GMT.

The first team will wear a pair of navy blue or navy blue and white with a white star and a star and white stripe.

The other teams will wear black with a black star and stripes.

Players will be wearing a black cap with a yellow stripe, and a white shirt with a red stripe and a red star.

The red stars are also used by the players in Italy. 

In the same vein, the red star of the coach will be placed on the collar of the shirt, as is the practice in the US. 

A black hat will be worn by the goalkeeper, and the goalkeeper will be the head coach. 

An official Italian flag will be carried in the team’s kit. 

There will also be a flag of the league.

The team will also wear a black armband, with a gold triangle on the bottom, a white stripe, white stars, white stripes and the word “RUSSIA” written in white letters.

A black scarf will be used for the rest of the team. 

When the squad comes out for warm-ups, players will be able to wear a red and white scarf with the same star and stripe, which has been worn by Italy in the past. 

If the team is to play a friendly, the head-to-head will be played in the white jersey and black armpand. 

This will be followed by the first team’s first home game against Laziotvos in the Serie A season opener on August 5, before the home games against Parma and Roma.

Italy is also preparing for the start of the 2018-19 season. 

“It is important that we will continue the same style of play, with the aim of winning the league,” the head and president of the Italian Football Association, Stefano Domenico, said on Saturday.

“It will be a challenge, but we can’t afford to miss the opportunity to win the league and it is our duty to continue the good work of the season.

We are taking the necessary steps to give a positive message for the season ahead.”

The AFA will release the jersey order for the 2017/18 season on Saturday at 5.00am GMT.