AZZURRO RECORDS: Paris Saint Germain is the foreign club who gave most players to the Italian National team- 5 players, whose players played most games in Azzurro - 81 games, and the foreign club with most Azzurri Captains - 3 Captains. It was the first foreign club to give an Oriundo player to the Italian National team. Thiago MOTTA was the first Oriundo player to play in Azzurro from a Foreign Club. Two Paris Saint German players became European Champions when they won the 2020 European Nations Championships with the Azzurri, becoming thus the (joint) first Azzurri to win a major trophy in Azzurro from a Foreign club - Alessandro FLORENZI, Marco VERRATTI. Salvatore SIRIGU and Thiago MOTTA formed part of the Azzurri squad that finished Runner-up European Champions in 2012. Salvatore SIRIGU also formed part of the Azzurri squad that finished Third in the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013. Marco VERRATTI is the Azzurro player to play most Azzurro games from a foreign club and the Azzurro Midfielder with most unused call-ups (27 unused call-ups). Salvatore SIRIGU is the Azzurro with most Unused Call-ups from a Foreign Club (55 Unused Call-ups from Foreign Clubs).
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Profile lists of all the Clubs starting with the letters N, O, P and Q that gave players to the Italian National team
PROFILES N-Q
Clubs:
NAPOLI
FULL NAME: Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli
NICKNAMES: Azzurri (Club Colours - Blues), I Ciucciarelli (Club Mascot - The
little donkeys), Partenopei (Parthenopians - From Parthenope, the Greek name of the city of Napoli derived from the Greek mythology siren Parthenope).
HISTORY: Founded in 1904 as 'Napoli Foot-Ball and Cricket Club' but two years later the name was shortened to 'Napoli Foot-Ball Club'. In 1921 it merged with 'Internazionale Napoli (founded in 1912 by foreign dissident players from 'Napoli Foot-Ball Club') to create 'Foot-Ball Club Internazionale-Naples' also known as 'FBC Internaples'. In 1926 the club changed the name to 'Associazione Calcio Napoli' but was
CITY: Napoli
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 36GAMES: 340SCORERS: 12GOALS: 30
CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 1
Attila SALLUSTRO

First player in Azzurro
NOVARA
FULL NAME: Novara Calcio
NICKNAMES: Azzurri (Club Colours - Blues), Gaudenziani (Gaudentians -
After the patron saint of the city, the 4th century San Gaudenzio di Novara, first Bishop
of Novara).
HISTORY: Founded on the 22 December 1908 by eight teenage students from the 'Liceo Carlo Alberto' as 'Football Association Studenti Novara', with the support of the 'Società Sportiva Cattolica Voluntas'. Between 1909 and 1911, their best players joined the best players of three other city clubs: 'Pro Scalon', 'Ginnastica e Scherma'
CITY: Novara
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 5GAMES: 25SCORERS: 1GOALS: 3
CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 2
PLAYERS
11 MIGLIAVACCA Enrico - M, 1921(d)
6   REYNAUDI Ettore - M, 1920(d)
4   MENEGHETTI Mario - M, 1920(d)
2   MARUCCO Giustiniano - A, 1920(d)
2   PIOLA Silvio - A, 1947

Enrico MIGLIAVACCA

Most games in Azzurro

Only scorer in Azzurro
NOVESE
FULL NAME: Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Novese (The
name 'Novese' means the club of the city 'Novi')
NICKNAMES: Bianco-Azzurri (Club Colours - White-Blues), Bianco-
Celesti (Club Colours - White-Light Blues).
HISTORY: Founded in 1919 as 'Unione Sportiva Novese' by young players coming from various disbanded small clubs, including 'Novi Foot-Ball Club' and 'Libertas Foot-Ball Club'. In 1926 the club was disbanded after an internal crises and it's place was taken by the 'Gruppo Sportivo Acciaierie e Ferriere',
CITY: Novi Ligure
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 3GAMES: 11SCORERS: 1GOALS: 2
CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 1
PLAYERS
6 SANTAMARIA Aristodemo E. - M, 1921
4 CEVENINI Luigi - M, 1921
1 VERCELLI Luigi - D, 1921(d)



SCORERS
2 SANTAMARIA Aristodemo E


CAPTAINS
1 SANTAMARIA Aristodemo E
Aristodemo E. SANTAMARIA

First player in Azzurro

Most games in Azzurro

Only scorer in Azzurro

Only captain in Azzurro
Luigi CEVENINI
OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE
FULL NAME: Olympique de Marseille
NICKNAMES: Les Olympiens (The Olympians, meaning athletes of
the Olympic Games, also due to the first part of the club's name), Les Phocéens (The Phocaeans - Greek colonists from Phocaea founded the colony of Massalia, today's Marseille in 600 BC), l'OM (Name Initials), l'Oheme (Name Initials in Words), Marseillais (People from the city of Marseille).
HISTORY: Founded in 1892 as a multi-sport club under the name 'Sporting Club de Marseille' but by 1897 they had changed their name twice to 'U.S. Phocéenne' and 'Football Club de Marseille'. On the 30
CITY: Marseille (France)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 1GAMES: 5SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0 CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
5 RAVANELLI Fabrizio - A, 1997



Fabrizio RAVANELLI

Only player in Azzurro
SCORERS
No Olympique Marseille player ever scored in Azzurro

CAPTAINS
No Olympique Marseille player ever led the Azzurri as Captain



PERUGIA
FULL NAME: Associazione Calcistica Perugia Calcio.
NICKNAMES: Biancorossi (Club Colours - White-Reds), Grifoni (Club Mascot -
Griffons)
HISTORY: Founded on the 9 June 1905 as 'Associazione Calcio Perugia' after the merger of 'Società Ginnastica Braccio Fortebraccio' (founded in 1890) and 'Libertas', however in 1910 some dissidents  left the club to refound the 'Società Sportiva Libertas'. In 1921, after World War I, both clubs re-merged under the name 'Societa Sportiva Perugia'. However in 1929 the name was again change to the old
CITY: Perugia
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 7GAMES: 20SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
5 ROSSI Paolo - A, 1979
4 MICCOLI Fabrizio - A, 2003(d)
3 BAGNI Salvatore - M, 1981(d)
3 GROSSO Fabio - D, 2003(d)
2 LIVERANI Fabio - M, 2001(d)
2 MATERAZZI Marco - D, 2001(d)
1 GIUNTI Federico - M, 1996(d)

Paolo
ROSSI

First player in Azzurro

Most games in Azzurro
SCORERS
No Perugia player ever scored in Azzurro

CAPTAINS
No Perugia player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

UNUSED CALL-UPS
NOVELLINO Walter A. - A
PLAYERS
53 INSIGNE Lorenzo - A, 2012(d)
49 DE NAPOLI Fernando - M, 1986
34 MAGGIO Christian - M, 2008(d)
28 BAGNI Salvatore - M, 1984
25 FERRARA Ciro - D, 1987(d)
19 DI LORENZO Giovanni - D, 2019(d)
19 ZOFF Dino - G, 1968(d)
18 JULIANO Antonio - M, 1966(d)
12 CRIPPA Massimo - M, 1988(d)
10 CARNEVALE Andrea A. - A, 1989(d)
8   JORGINHO Jorge L. - M, 2016(d)(o)
8   QUAGLIARELLA Fabio - A, 2009
6   AMADEI Amedeo - A, 1951
5   BUGATTI Ottavio - G, 1957
4   CASARI Giuseppe - G, 1951
4   FRANCINI Giovanni - D, 1987
4   GABBIADINI Manolo - A, 2015
3   COLOMBARI Enrico - M, 1932
3   DE SANCTIS Morgan - G, 2011
3   FUSI Luca - M, 1989
3   ORLANDINI Andrea - M, 1974(d)
3   SAVOLDI Giuseppe - A, 1975
3   ZOLA Gianfranco - M, 1991(d)
2   BIANCHI Ottavio - M, 1966(d)
2   MERET Alex - G, 2019(d)
2   SALLUSTRO Attila - A, 1929(d)(o)
1   BELLUGI Mauro - D, 1979
1   ESPOSITO Salvatore - M, 1975(d)
1   FERRARIS Pietro - A, 1935(d)
1   GIORDANO Bruno - A, 1985
1   MIHALIC Marcello - M, 1929(d)
1   NARDIN Stelio - D, 1967(d)
1   PESAOLA Bruno - M, 1957(d)(o)
1   POLITANO Matteo - A, 2021
1   POSIO Celso - M, 1957(d)
1   VOJAK Antonio - M, 1932(d)

SCORERS
3 MIGLIAVACCA Enrico


CAPTAINS
2 PIOLA Silvio
Fernando
DE NAPOLI
Fabrizio MICCOLI
disbanded in 1944 due to World War II. After the war, on the 19 January 1945, two clubs that were founded during the war, 'Societa Sportiva Napoli' and 'Societa Polisportiva Napoli', joined together to create the 'Associazione Polisportiva Napoli', which changed to the old name, 'Associazione Calcio Napoli' in 1947. In 1964 the name was cahnged again, this time to the current name 'Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli'. In 2004 the club was declared bankrupt but was immediately refounded as 'Napoli Soccer', but in 2006 the current name was again restored.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Italian Champions, 2 - 1986/87, 1989/90.Coppa Italia, 6 - 1961/62, 1975/76, 1986/87, 2011/12, 2013/14, 2019/20.Italian Super Cup, 2 - 1990, 2014.Lipton Challenge Cup, 2 - 1909, 1911.Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1974.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: UEFA (Europa) Cup, 1 - 1988/89.Coppa delle Alpi, 1 - 1966.
Anglo-Italian League Cup, 1 - 1976.
Marcello MIHALIC

First player in Azzurro

First goal in Azzurro
Amedeo AMADEI
Salvatore BAGNI
Antonio JULIANO
Dino
ZOFF
Ciro
FERRARA
Mario MENEGHETTI

First player in Azzurro
Silvio PIOLA

Only captain in Azzurro
PADOVA
FULL NAME: Calcio Padova
NICKNAMES: Biancoscudati (White-Shielded - Club colour and Logo), Patavini (Patavins meaning the people of Patavium, the old Roman name of the city of Padova), Euganei (A Race of people who lived in the Padova area before the Romans).
HISTORY: Founded on the 29 January 1910 as 'Associazione Calcio Padova'. Between 1930 and 1940 the club was forced to change the name to 'Associazione Fascista Calcio Padova', however after 1940 the name returned to the original one. In 1977 the name was changed to the current one 'Calcio Padova'. But in 2014 the club was declared bankrupt but was
CITY: Padova
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 6GAMES: 15SCORERS: 2GOALS: 2 CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
5 BRIGHENTI Sergio - A, 1959(d)
4 FAYENZ Antonio - M, 1925(d)
3 MONTI Feliciano - A, 1923(d)
1 MARIANI Amos - M, 1959
1 MORO Silvano - M, 1958(d)
1 VECCHINA Giovanni - A, 1928(d)

Feliciano MONTI

First player in Azzurro
SCORERS
1 BRIGHENTI Sergio
1 MARIANI Amos


CAPTAINS
No Padova player ever led the Azzurri as Captain


UNUSED CALL-UPS
BARZAN Gianangelo - D


Sergio BRIGHENTI

Most games in Azzurro

First goal in Azzurro

Most goals in Azzurro
Amos MARIANI

Most goals in Azzurro
PALERMO
FULL NAME: Palermo Football Club
NICKNAMES: Rosanero (Club Colours - Pink-Blacks), Aquile (Club
Mascot - Eagles).
HISTORY: Founded on the 1 November 1900 as 'Anglo-Palermitan Athletic and Foot-Ball Club', but in 1907 the name was reduced to 'Palermo Foot-Ball Club'. After World War I the club was refounded in 1920 under the name 'Unione Sportiva Palermo' through the takeover of the small club 'Racing Foot-Ball Club'. In 1922 the club merged with 'Unione Sportiva Leoni' and in 1923 with 'Sport Club Libertas Palermo' (founded in 1920) but on both occasions the name was not changed, however in 1924 the name was changed back to 'Palermo Football Club'. In 1926
CITY: Palermo
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 17GAMES: 128SCORERS: 5GOALS: 9 CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 1
PLAYERS
23 BARZAGLI Andrea - D, 2004(d)
20 GROSSO Fabio - D, 2005
17 ZACCARDO Cristian - D, 2004(d)
14 BARONE Simone - M, 2004
12 BALZARETTI Federico - D, 2010(d)
10 TONI Luca - A, 2004(d)
8   CASSANI Mattia - D, 2009(d)
5   NOCERINO Antonio - M, 2011
3   AMELIA Marco - G, 2008
3   DI MICHELE David - A, 2006
3   GIMONA Aredio - M, 1951(d)
2   BRIENZA Franco - A, 2005(d)
2   MATTREL Carlo - G, 1962(d)
2   SIRIGU Salvatore - G, 2010(d)
2   VAZQUEZ Franco D. - M, 2015(d)(o)
1   CARACCIOLO Andrea - A, 2006
1   DIANA Aimo Stefano - M, 2007

SCORERS
3 GIMONA Aredio
2 GROSSO Fabio
2 TONI Luca
1 BARONE Simone
1 ZACCARDO Cristian

CAPTAINS
1 TONI Luca

UNUSED CALL-UPS
BOVO Cesare - D
GUARDALBEN Matteo - G
SANTONI Nicola - G
VIVIANO Emiliano - G



Aredio GIMONA

First player in Azzurro

First goal in Azzurro

Most goals in Azzurro
PARMA
FULL NAME: Parma Calcio 1913
NICKNAMES: Gialloblu (Club Colours - Yellow-Blues), Crociati (Of the Cross -
Due to the black cross so prominent on the club coat-of-arms and shirt), Ducali (People
from the Duchy - Due to the fact that the city of Parma was a Duchy between 1554 - 1859), Gli Emiliani (The Emilians - People from the Historical Region of Emilia).
HISTORY: Founded on the 27 July 1913 as 'Verdi Foot Ball Club' but five months later the name was changed to 'Parma Foot Ball Club'. In 1930 the name was changed to 'Parma Associazione Sportiva'. In 1968 the club was declared bankrupt
CITY: Parma
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 30GAMES: 300SCORERS: 8GOALS: 21
CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 5
SCORERS
7 ZOLA Gianfranco
5 CHIESA Enrico
3 FUSER Diego
2 GILARDINO Alberto
1 APOLLONI Luigi
1 BAGGIO Dino
1 CRIPPA Massimo
1 VANOLI Paolo

CAPTAINS
5 CANNAVARO Fabio

UNUSED CALL-UPS
BASTONI Alessandro - D
CERRI Alberto - A
DIMARCO Federico - D
INGLESE Roberto - A
MIRANTE Antonio - G



Alberto
DI CHIARA

First player in Azzurro
PLAYERS
61 CANNAVARO Fabio - D, 1997(d)
40 BAGGIO Dino - M, 1994
23 BENARRIVO Antonio - D, 1993(d)
23 ZOLA Gianfranco - M, 1993
20 BUFFON Gianluigi - G, 1997(d)
15 APOLLONI Luigi - D, 1994(d)
13 CHIESA Enrico - A, 1996
11 FERRARI Matteo - D, 2002(d)
11 FUSER Diego - M, 1998
10 GIOVINCO Sebastian - M, 2011(d)
9   BONERA Daniele - D, 2003
8   MINOTTI Lorenzo - D, 1994(d)
7   DI CHIARA Alberto - M, 1992(d)
6   GILARDINO Alberto - A, 2004(d)
6   MUSSI Roberto - D, 1994
5   CRIPPA Massimo - M, 1994
5   PAROLO Marco - M, 2013
4   CASSANO Antonio - A, 2014
4   DI VAIO Marco - A, 2001(d)
3   BUCCI Luca - G, 1994(d)
3   PALETTA Gabriel A. - D, 2014(d)(o)
2   ANTONELLI Luca - D, 2010(d)
2   MARCHIONNI Marco - M, 2003(d)
2   MELLI Alessandro - A, 1993(d)
2   VANOLI Paolo - D, 1999(d)
1   BARONE Simone - M, 2004(d)
1   CASTELLINI Marcello - D, 2003(d)
1   GALLOPPA Daniele - M, 2009
1   SARTOR Luigi - D, 2002
1   ZORATTO Daniele - M, 1993(d)


Dino
BAGGIO

First goal in Azzurro
but was saved by a group of Businesses from Parma who returned the name of the club to 'Parma Football Club', however in 1969 the club was taken over by another club 'Associazione Calcio Parmense' (founded in 1968) who changed the name to 'Parma Associazione Calcio' a year later. In 2004 it was dissolved as part of the Parmalat scandal (the club's owners) but was immediately refounded with the old name 'Parma Football Club'. In 2015 the club was declared bankrupt but again refounded under the name 'Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Parma Calcio 1913', which was reduced to the current name a year later.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Coppa Italia, 3 - 1991/92, 1998/99, 2001/02.Italian Super Cup, 1 - 1999.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: Cup Winners Cup, 1 - 1993.UEFA Cup, 2 - 1995, 1999.European Super Cup, 1 - 1993.
Fabio CANNAVARO

Most games in Azzurro

Only captain in Azzurro
Gianfranco ZOLA

Most goals in Azzurro
Antonio BENARRIVO
Gianluigi BUFFON
Enrico CHIESA
PIEMONTE
FULL NAME: Piemonte Football Club (The Name 'Piemonte' is the name
of the Region whose capital city is Torino, the home town of the club).
NICKNAMES: Piemontini (The People of the Piemonte Region).
HISTORY: Founded on 1 September 1907 but seven years later, in view of various administrative difficulties, the club was disbanded on the 28 November 1914. After World War I, in 1919, the club was refounded under the same name, but in the summer of 1921 it merged with 'Amatori Torino' to create the 'Amatori Piemonte'.
HONOURS: Nil.
CITY: Torino
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 4GAMES: 6SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
3 BERARDO Felice - A, 1911(d)
1 FAROPPA Vittorio - G, 1912(d)
1 GAVINELLI Rodolfo - M, 1911(d)
1 VALOBRA Attilio - M, 1913(d)

Felice BERARDO

First player in Azzurro

Most games in Azzurro
SCORERS
No Piemonte player ever scored in Azzurro

CAPTAINS
No Piemonte player ever led the Azzurri as Captain
PISA
FULL NAME: Associazione Calcio Pisa 1909.
NICKNAMES: Nerazzurri (Club Colours - Black-Blues), Torri (Club Mascot -
Towers with reference to the famous leaning Tower of Pisa, as a mascot named Vituperio).
HISTORY: Founded in April 1909 as 'Pisa Sporting Club' and in 1936, due to a law that outlawed non-Italian words in titles, the name was changed to 'Associazione Calcio Pisa'. After World War II, when the club was restructured, the name was changed back to 'Pisa Sporting Club'. In 1994 it was declared bankrupt but was refounded immediately under the old name of 'Associazione Calcio Pisa', however a
CITY: Pisa
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 3GAMES: 8SCORERS: 2GOALS: 6
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
4 BIAGI Carlo - M, 1936(d)
3 BERTONI Sergio - A, 1936(d)
1 MOSCARDINI Giovanni - A, 1925(o)

SCORERS
4 BIAGI Carlo
2 MOSCARDINI Giovanni

Giovanni MOSCARDINI

First player in Azzurro

First goal in Azzurro
CAPTAINS
No Pisa player ever led the Azzurri as Captain


UNUSED CALL-UPS
BALDIERI Paolo - A
VANNUCCI Paolo - G
Carlo
BIAGI

Most games in Azzurro

Most goals in Azzurro
AZZURRO RECORDS: Pisa is the club with most Azzurro goals from
the Serie B. One Pisa player won the 1938 World Cup with the Azzurri: Sergio BERTONI and three Pisa players won the Olympic Gold Medal when the Italian National team won the Football Tournament of the 1936 Olympic Games: Sergio BERTONI, Carlo BIAGI and Paolo VANNUCCI who never played with the Italian National team although he formed part of the Azzurri squad. Carlo BIAGI scored the first Poker (four goals in one match) in Azzurro and is also the Azzurro player who scored most from the Serie B. He is one of only five players to play in Azzurro only from the Serie B.
PRO PATRIA
FULL NAME: Aurora Pro Patria 1919.
(The name 'Pro Patria' means 'For the Fatherland' in the Latin language).
NICKNAMES: Biancoblù (Club Colours - White-Blues), Tigrotti (Club Mascot -
Little Tigers).
HISTORY: Founded on the 26 February 1919 as 'Pro Patria et Libertate Unione degli Sports Bustesi'. After World War II, in 1945, the club was restructured under the name 'Pro Patria et Libertate Sezione Calcio' and in 1989 the name was changed to 'Associazione Calcio Pro Patria et Libertate'. In 1995 it merged with the 'Società Ginnastica Gallaratese' and adapted the
CITY: Busto Arsizio
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 3GAMES: 6SCORERS: 2GOALS: 4
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
2 CAVIGIOLI Emidio - M, 1948(d)
2 LA ROSA Francesco - A, 1952(d)
2 TURCONI Angelo - M, 1948(d)

Emidio CAVIGIOLI

First player in Azzurro

Most goals in Azzurro
SCORERS
3 CAVIGIOLI Emidio
1 TURCONI Angelo

CAPTAINS
No Pro Patria player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

UNUSED CALL-UPS
TRERE' Attilio - M
Angelo TURCONI

First player in Azzurro

First goal in Azzurro
PRO VERCELLI
FULL NAME: Football Club Pro Vercelli 1892.
NICKNAMES: Bianchi (Club Colours - Whites), Bianche Casacche (White
Shirts), Bianchi Piemontesi (Whites from the Region of Piemonte), Biancocrociati
(Crossed Whites - Due to the red cross on their second shirt), Leoni (Club Mascot -
Lions), Eusebiani (Due to the Patron Saint of Vercelli - Sant'Eusebio di Vercelli, who
was the first Bishop of the city in the 4th Century), Bicciolani (After the typical biscuits
of Vercelli - the Bicciolano).
HISTORY: Founded in 1892 as 'Societa Ginnastica Pro Vercelli' with the football
CITY: Vercelli
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 19GAMES: 105SCORERS: 3GOALS: 6
CAPTAINS: 1CAPTAINED GAMES: 11
PLAYERS
13 ARA Guido - M, 1911(d)
11 MILANO Giuseppe - M, 1911(d)
10 ROSETTA Virginio - D, 1920(d)
9   BERARDO Felice - A, 1912
9   BINASCHI Angelo - D, 1911(d)
9   LEONE Pietro - M, 1911(d)
8   CORNA Carlo - A, 1911(d)
8   RAMPINI Carlo - M, 1911(d)
7   VALLE Modesto - D, 1912(d)
5   INNOCENTI Giovanni - G, 1913(d)
5   MILANO Felice - M, 1912(d)
2   ARDISSONE Mario - M, 1924(d)
2   PARODI Giuseppe - M, 1920
2   ZANELLO Mario - D, 1927(d)
1   BORELLO Francesco - A, 1924(d)
1   FRESIA Vincenzo - A, 1913(d)
1   MATTUTEIA Francesco - M, 1924(d)
1   RAMPINI Alessandro - M, 1920(d)
1   ROSSO Severino - M, 1924(d)

Guido
ARA

First player in Azzurro

Most games in Azzurro
SCORERS
3 RAMPINI Carlo
2 BERARDO Felice
1 ARA Guido


CAPTAINS
11 MILANO Giuseppe


UNUSED CALL-UPS
PICCALUGA Angelo - A
Carlo RAMPINI

First player and goal in Azzurro

Most goals in Azzurro
AZZURRO RECORDS: Mario ZANELLO formed part of the Azzurro squad that won the first edition of the Coppa Internazionale in 1930. Carlo RAMPINI was the first azzurro to score a bis (two goals in one match) and  Giuseppe MILANO was the first Azzurro Captain of a Competitive match and is the second of only four players to lead the Azzurri as Captain in his debut match.
Giuseppe MILANO

First player in Azzurro

Only captain in Azzurro
Angelo BINASCHI

First player in Azzurro
Pietro
LEONE

First player in Azzurro
Carlo
CORNA

First player in Azzurro
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OLYMPIQUE LYON
FULL NAME: Olympique Lyonnais.
NICKNAMES: Les Gones (The Kids - Probably due to their origins as
University students), OL (Name Initials)
HISTORY: Founded in 1899 as the football section of the 'Lyon Olympique Universitaire' (founded in 1896 as 'Racing Club de Lyon'). However, after World War II, problems started when the football section became professional and this created various issues with the other athletes of the club which were still amateurs. Thus on the 3 August 1950, the football section of 'Lyon Olympique Universitaire' was disbanded and refounded as a separate club under the current title 'Olympique Lyonnais'.

CITY: Lyon (France)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 2GAMES: 26SCORERS: 1GOALS: 1 CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
20 GROSSO Fabio - D, 2007
6   EMERSON Palmieri - D, 2021



Fabio GROSSO

First player in Azzurro

Most Games
in Azzurro
SCORERS
1 GROSSO Fabio


CAPTAINS
No Olympique Lyon player ever led the Azzurri as Captain



AZZURRO RECORDS: One Napoli player won the World Cup: Giuseppe CAVANNA who although never played with the Italian National team he formed part of the 1934 Azzurri World Cup Squad. Antonio JULIANO and Dino ZOFF formed part of the Azzurri Squad that finished Runner-up in the 1970 World Cup whilst Andrea A. CARNEVALE, Fernando DE NAPOLI and Ciro FERRARA formed part of the Azzurri World Cup Squad of 1990 when the Azzurri finished third. Five Napoli players won the European Nations Championship, in 1968: Antonio JULIANO, Dino ZOFF, and in 2020: Giovanni DI LORENZO, Lorenzo INSIGNE, Alex MERET. Another two formed part of the Azzurri squad that finished runner-up European Champions in 2012: Christian MAGGIO and Morgan DE SANCTIS, whilst five other Napoli players formed part of the Azzurri Squads that finished fourth: 1980 - Mauro BELLUGI; 1988 - Fernando DE NAPOLI, Ciro FERRARA, Giovanni FRANCINI and Francesco ROMANO who never played in Azzurro although he formed part of the Euro Squad. One Napoli player formed part of the Azzurro squad that finished Third in the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013: Christian MAGGIO. Three other Napoli players formed part of the Azzurri Squad that finished Runner-up in the 1932 Coppa Internazionale: Enrico COLOMBARI, Attila SALLUSTRO and Antonio VOJAK. Attila SALLUSTRO is the only Italo-Paraguayan player to play with the Italian National team. Francesco ROMANO is the Azzurro player with the fourth most unused call-ups from a player who never played in Azzurro (8 unused call-ups).
Enrico
COLOMBARI
Mauro
BELLUGI
Andrea A.
CARNEVALE
Francesco
ROMANO
Giuseppe
CAVANNA
Antonio
VOJAK
Giovanni
FRANCINI
AZZURRO RECORDS: Fabrizio RAVANELLI was the first player to play in Azzurro from two non-Italian clubs.
the club was declared bankrupt but was refounded a year later with the same name after it merged with 'Vigor Palermo'. In 1935, due to a law that outlawed non-Italian words in titles, the name was changed to 'Associazione Calcio Palermo'. After another bankruptcy in 1940, the club was again refounded in 1941 after a merger with 'Juventina Palermo' to create 'Unione Sportiva Palermo-Juventina'. After World War II the club was reconstructed under the name 'Unione Sportiva Palermo' in 1944. In 1968 the name was changed to 'Società Sportiva Calcio Palermo' until it was again declared bankrupt in 1986 but refounded immediately under the old name 'Unione Sportiva Palermo'. In 1994 the name was again changed, this time to 'Unione Sportiva Città di Palermo'. But in 2019 the club suffered its fourth bankruptcy but was again refounded immediately under the name 'Palermo Società Sportiva Dilettantistica', which lasted for just one year (2020) when the club returned to the name 'Palermo Football Club', the current name of the club.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Sicilian Champions, 1 - 1944/45.Coppa Federale Siciliana, 1 - 1920.Lipton Challenge Cup, 5 - 1910, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915.Whitaker Challenge Cup, 2 - 1907, 1908.Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1973.
AZZURRO RECORDS: Four Palermo players won the 2006 World Cup: Simone BARONE, Andrea BARZAGLI, Fabio GROSSO and Cristian ZACCARDO. Federico BALZARETTI formed part of the Azzurri squad that finished runner-up European Champions in 2012.
Cristian
ZACCARDO

Simone
BARONE

AZZURRO RECORDS: Five Parma players formed part of the Italian National Squad that finished Runner-up World Champions in 1994: Luigi APOLLONI, Antonio BENARRIVO, Luca BUCCI, Lorenzo MINOTTI and Gianfranco ZOLA. Two Parma players formed part of the Azzurri squads that finished Runner-up European Champions: Fabio CANNAVARO in the Euro 2000 and Sebastian GIOVINCO in 2012. Both Enrico CHIESA and Gianfranco ZOLA scored the most Azzurro goals in the same match after entering as a substitute - 3 goals. 
Luigi
APOLLONI
Luca
BUCCI
Lorenzo
MINOTTI
Roberto
MUSSI
Sebastian
GIOVINCO
Rodolfo
GAVINELLI
Sergio
BERTONI
Felice
BERARDO
Virginio
ROSETTA
Mario
ZANELLO
SCORERS
10 INSIGNE Lorenzo
4   AMADEI Amedeo
2   BAGNI Salvatore
2   CARNEVALE Andrea A.
2   DI LORENZO Giovanni
2   MIHALIC Marcello
2   POLITANO Matteo
2   QUAGLIARELLA Fabio
1   DE NAPOLI Fernando
1   GABBIADINI Manolo
1   SALLUSTRO Attila
1   SAVOLDI Giuseppe

CAPTAINS
1 INSIGNE Lorenzo

UNUSED CALL-UPS
BRAGLIA Giorgio - A
CANNAVARO Paolo - D
CAVANNA Giuseppe - G
GIULIANI Giuliano - G
GUARNERI Aristide - D
LA PALMA Antonio - D
LUPERTO Sebastiano - D
MARANGON Luciano - D
PEREGO Mario - D
PIN Livio - M
RENICA Alessandro - D
ROMANO Francesco - M
SANTACROCE Fabiano - D
TONELLI Lorenzo - D
VINCENZI Giovanni - D
PIACENZA
FULL NAME: Piacenza Calcio 1919.
NICKNAMES: Biancorossi (Club Colours - White-Reds), Lupi (Club Mascot - Wolves),
Papaveri (Poppies - Due to the red colour of their shirts), Piace (The first half of the name but also means the one that is liked).
HISTORY: Founded in 1919 as 'Piacenza Foot-Ball Club' after the merger of the two student clubs 'Giovine Italia' and 'Unione Football Club Piacenza'. In 2012 the club was declared bankrupt and was acquired by the amateur club 'Libertas Spes' and renamed 'Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Lupa Piacenza'. A year later the name was changed to 'Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Piacenza Calcio 1919' and in 2016 the name was shortened to the current one.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1975.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: Anglo-Italian Cup, 1 - 1986.
CITY: Piacenza
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 0GAMES: 0SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
No Piacenza player ever
played in Azzurro

SCORERS
No Piacenza player ever
scored in Azzurro


CAPTAINS
No Piacenza player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

UNUSED  CALL-UPS
GIROMETTA Carlo - A
PUPPO Sandro - M
Modesto
VALLE
Luca
TONI

Only captain in Azzurro
Andrea
BARZAGLI

Most games in Azzurro
Fabio GROSSO
Sandro
PUPPO
AZZURRO RECORDS: Carlo GIROMETTA and Sandro PUPPO both never played with the Italian National team but formed part of the Azzurri Squad that placed first and won the Gold Medal of the 1936 Olympics Football Tournament.
LEGEND OF LISTS: Number of Games / Goals / Captained Games, Surname, Name, Position, Year of first game in Azzurro from the Club.

POSITIONS: G - Goalkeeper, D - Defender, M - Midfielder, A - Attacker.

ABBRIVIATIONS: (d) - Debut, Played his first game in Azzurro in that year and with that
    club.
       (o) - Oriundo

UNUSED CALL-UPS: Statistics covered only from Azzurro Game 299 (25 September 1971) till TODAY. It includes also the Squads for the World Cups: 1970, 1966, 1962, 1954, 1950, 1938, 1934; European Nations Cup: 1968; Olympic Games Football Tournaments: 1952, 1948, 1936, 1928, 1924, 1920, 1912.

The Players displayed for each club are not necessary the best or most memorable players from the club, but statistically they are the main players. Displayed are mainly, the first players to play in Azzurro, score in Azzurro and Captain the Azzurri from the club and the players who played the most in Azzurro, scored most in Azzurro and Captained most the Azzurri from the Club. Where space permitted other significant statistical players from the club were displayed.
PIOMBINO
FULL NAME: Atletico Piombino Società Sportiva Dilettantistica.
NICKNAMES:  Neroazzurri (Club Colours - Black-Blues), Il Topolino neroazzurro (Club Mascot - The Black-Blue Little Mouse), Gli Acciaiati (The Metal Men - The name Piombino comes from Piombo which means the metal 'Lead' in Italian, besides Piombino lies in an area rich in metal deposits and is very famous for its metal industry that started more than two thousand years ago during the Etruscan period.
HISTORY: Founded in 1921 as 'Unione Sportiva Piombinese', but in 1922 it merged with the 'Società Ginnastica Sempre Avanti' (Founded in 1908) to become 'Unione Sportiva Sempre Avanti'. The club was disbanded during World War II but in 1945 it
CITY: Piombino
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 0GAMES: 0SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
No Piombino player ever
played in Azzurro

SCORERS
No Piombino player ever
scored in Azzurro


CAPTAINS
No Piombino player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

UNUSED CALL-UPS
BIAGIOLI Pietro - A
Pietro
BIAGIOLI
NATIONAL HONOURS: French Champions, 7 - 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008.French Cup, 5 - 1964, 1967, 1973, 2008, 2012.French Super Cup (Trophée des Champions), 8 - 1973, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2012.French Legue Cup, 1 - 2001.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: UEFA Intertoto Cup, 1 - 1997.Peace Cup, 1 - 2007.
August 1899 the club was restructured and adapted the current name 'Olympique de Marseille' in honour of the 2,500th. anniversary of the founding of the city of Marseille by Greeks from Phocaea using thus the word 'Olympique' in honour of the ancient Greek Olympic Games and also since the club was still a multi-sport one. In fact Rugby was still the main sport of the club and it was only in 1902 that football took over as  their main sport.
NATIONAL HONOURS: French Champions, 10 - 1929, 1937, 1948, 1971, 1972, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2010.
French Cup, 10 - 1924, 1926, 1927, 1935, 1938, 1943, 1969, 1972, 1976, 1989.French Super Cup (Trophée desChampions), 3 - 1971, 2010, 2012.French League Cup, 3 - 2010, 2011, 2012.
NTERNATIONAL HONOURS:  UEFA Champions League, 1 - 1993.UEFA Intertoto Cup, 1 - 2005.
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Federico
BALZARETTI
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
CITY: Paris (France)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 6GAMES: 104SCORERS: 1GOALS: 3
CAPTAINS: 3CAPTAINED GAMES: 4
PLAYERS
48 VERRATTI Marco - M, 2012
24 MOTTA Thiago - M, 2012(o)
15 SIRIGU Salvatore - G, 2012
9   FLORENZI Alessandro - M, 2020
7   DONNARUMMA Gianluigi - G, 2021
1   KEAN Moise B. - A, 2021




SCORERS
3  VERRATTI Marco

CAPTAINS
2  FLORENZI Alessandro
1  DONNARUMMA Gianluigi
1  VERRATTI Marco
Alessandro
FLORENZI

Most Captain in Azzurro

FULL NAME: Paris Saint-Germain Football Club.
NICKNAMES: Les Rouge-et-Bleu (Club Colours - The Red and Blues),
Les Parisiens (The Parisians - The People from the city of Paris), PSG (Name Initials),
Paris SG (Name Abbreviation).
HISTORY: Founded on the 12 August 1970 through the merger of 'Stade Saint-Germain' (established in 1904) and 'Paris Football Cclub' (established in 1969).
NATIONAL HONOURS: French Champions, 9 - 1985/86, 1993/94, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/2020.French Cup, 13 - 1982, 1983, 1993, 1995, 1998, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020.French Super Cup
(Trophée des Champions), 10 - 1995, 1998, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.French League Cup, 9 - 1995, 1998, 2008, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: UEFA Cup Winners Cup, 1 - 1996.UEFA Intertoto Cup, 1 - 2001.
Carlo
GIROMETTA
Thiago
MOTTA

First player in Azzurro

PESCARA
FULL NAME: Delfino Pescara 1936.
NICKNAMES: Biancazzurri (Club Colours - White-Blues), Delfini (Club
Mascot - Dolphins).
HISTORY: In 1926 the club was founded under the name 'Tito Acerbo' with the merger of 'Aternum Castellamare' and 'Ursus Pescara'. A year later the club was restructured and assumed the name 'Unione Sportiva Adriatico', yet a year later, in 1928, the club was disbanded and immediately refounded as 'Società Sportiva Abruzzo'. In 1932 the name was changed to 'Associazione Calcio Pescara' but in
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 0GAMES: 0SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
No Pescara player ever
played in Azzurro

SCORERS
No Pescara player ever
scored in Azzurro


CAPTAINS
No Pescara player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

UNUSED  CALL-UPS
BIRAGHI Cristiano - D
CAPRARI Gianluca - A
PERIN Mattia - G
VERRATTI Marco - M
ZAMPANO Francesco - D
CITY: Pescara
Christian
MAGGIO
Morgan
DE SANCTIS
Massimo
CRIPPA
Jorge L.
JORGINHO
Fabio
QUAGLIARELLA
Ottavio
BUGATTI
Lorenzo
INSIGNE

Most Games in
Azzurro

Most Goals in Azzurro

Only Captain in Azzurro
Marco
VERRATTI

Most games in Azzurro

Only Scorer in Azzurro

First Captain in Azzurro

NEWCASTLE UNITED
FULL NAME: Newcastle United Football Club
NICKNAMES: The Magpies (Club Mascot - A Black and White Bird),
Geordies (Nickname of the citizens of the Tyneside area of North East England, mainly Newcastle upon Tyne and the dialect used by its inhabitants), The Toon (Nickname of Newcastle upon Tyne - The Geordie pronunciation of the word “Town”), Toon Army.
HISTORY: Founded in December 1892 as 'Newcastle United Football Club' after the merger of two clubs: 'Newcastle East End FC' (founded in 1881) and 'Newcastle West End FC' (founded in 1882) both founded as the football section of a cricket club.
CITY: Newcastle
upon Tyne (England)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 1GAMES: 1SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
1  SANTON Davide - D, 2013

SCORERS
No Newcastle United player ever scored in Azzurro

CAPTAINS
No Newcastle United player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

Davide
SANTON

Only player in Azzurro
NATIONAL HONOURS: England Champions, 4 - 1904–05, 1906–07, 1908–09, 1926–27.FA Cup, 6 - 1910, 1924, 1932, 1951, 1952, 1955.FA Charity / Community Shield, 1 - 1909.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: UEFA (Europa) Cup, 1 - 1969. UEFA Intertoto Cup, 1 - 2006.Kirin Cup, 1 - 1983.Texaco Cup, 2 - 1974, 1975.Anglo-Italian Cup, 1 - 1973.
NEW YORK CITY
FULL NAME: New York City Football Club
NICKNAMES: Blues (Club Colours), Boys in Blue (Club Colours), Bronx
Blues (The borough in New York City from which the club hails and the Club Colours), Pigeons (Unofficial Club Mascot).
HISTORY: Founded on the 7 May 2013.
HONOURS: Nil.
CITY: New York
(USA)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 1GAMES: 1SCORERS: 0GOALS: 0
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
1  PIRLO Andrea - M, 2015


SCORERS
No New York City player ever scored in Azzurro

CAPTAINS
No New York City player ever led the Azzurri as Captain

Andrea
PIRLO

Only player in Azzurro
Mattia
PERIN
Marco
VERRATTI
Cristiano
BIRAGHI
Gianluca
CAPRARI
Giovanni
DI LORENZO
NICE
FULL NAME: Olympique Gymnaste Club Nice Côte d'Azur
NICKNAMES: Les Aiglons (Club Mascot - The Eaglets, symbol of the city),
Le Gym (The Gymasts - coming from the club's origins as a gymnastics club), L'OGCN (The OGCN - The first letters of the club's name).
HISTORY: Founded on the 9 July 1904 as 'Gymnaste Club de Nice', concentrating mainly on gymnastics and athletics. In 1908 the club split and the new club 'Gymnastes Amateurs Club de Nice' created a football section, but in 1910 the two clubs re merged again and returned to the old title of 'Gymnaste Club de Nice'. In 1919 the club merged with the local club 'Gallia Football Athlétic Club' and in 1924
CITY: Nice
(France)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

PLAYERS: 1GAMES: 3SCORERS: 1GOALS: 1
CAPTAINS: 0CAPTAINED GAMES: 0
PLAYERS
3 BALOTELLI Mario B. - A, 2018


SCORERS
1 BALOTELLI Mario B.

CAPTAINS
No Nice player ever led the Azzurri as Captain


Mario Barwuah
BALOTELLI

Only player in Azzurro

the club changed its name to 'Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice'. In 1991 it almost went bankrupt but was saved and the current name adapted.
NATIONAL HONOURS: France Ligue Champions, 4 - 1950–51, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1958–59.French Cup, 3 - 1952, 1954, 1997.French Super Cup (Trophée des Champions), 1 - 1970.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: Nil.
Alberto
GILARDINO
Diego
FUSER
Daniele
BONERA
Matteo
FERRARI
Manolo
GABBIADINI
Salvatore
SIRIGU
and 'Forza & Speranza' to create 'Foot Ball Club Novara'. In 1920 they merged with 'Unione Sportiva Novarese' (established in 1917) to create the 'Foot-Ball Associazione Novara'. In 1931, due to a law that outlawed non-Italian words in titles, the name was changed to 'Associazione Calcio Novara', and eventually to the current  'Novara Calcio'.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1975.
but in 1937 it was re founded as the football club of the steel company 'Ilva' under the name  'Dopolavoro Aziendale Ilva'. After World War II, in 1948, the name was changed to ' Unione Sportiva Novese Ilva' and in 1952 the links with the 'Ilva' company were dropped and thus the word 'Ilva' was removed from the name, becoming again 'Unione Sportiva Novese'. In 1973 the club merged with 'Unione Sportiva Gaviese' under the name 'Unione Sportiva Gavinovese', but returned to 'Unione Sportiva Novese' a year later. In 2006 the name was changed to 'Unione Sportiva Dilettantistica Novese' and in 2016 the club was declared bankrupt, with all its possessions inherited by the newly founded youth club 'Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Settore Giovanile Novese'. A year later the club became a normal adult football club and changed the name to the current one.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Italian Champions, 1 - 1921/22.Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1970.
immediately refounded under the name 'Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Biancoscudati Padova', a name that was shortened to 'Biancoscudati Padova' a year later. However in the same year, 2015, the club returned to the current one 'Calcio Padova'.
HONOURS: Nil.
'Associazione Calcio Perugia'. Due to financial problems, the 'Gruppo Universitario Fascista' of Perugia took over the club for the 1939/40 season and played under the name 'G.U.F. Perugia', however all was back to normal for the next season. In 2005 the club was declared bankrupt but was refounded immediately as 'Perugia Calcio'. However, five years later, in 2010, yet another bankruptcy and another refounding under the name 'Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Perugia Calcio'. In 2011 the current name was adapted.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1975.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: .UEFA Intertoto Cup, 1 - 2003.
1936 the club was again disbanded and on the 10 June it was refounded as 'Società Sportiva Pescara'. In 1944, after World War II, the club was restructured and renamed 'Associazione Sportiva Pescara', a name that was changed in 1974 to 'Pescara Calcio'. In 2009 the club was declared bankrupt but was immediately refounded with the current name.
HONOURS: Nil.
was refounded as 'Unione Sportiva Piombino'. In 1996 it was declared bankrupt but was immediately refounded as 'Associazione Sportiva Piombino'. In 2004 the club was disbanded again but refounded immediately with the current name.
HONOURS: Nil.
year later the name was changed to 'Pisa Calcio'. In 2019 the club was disbanded but re founded  immediately under the current title.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Stella d'Oro al Merito Sportivo, 1 - 1985.
INTERNATIONAL HONOURS: Mitropa Cup, 2 - 1986, 1988.
Paolo
VANNUCCI
name 'Pro Patria Gallaratese Gallarate Busto'. In 2009 the club was declared bankrupt but was immediately refounded with the current name.
HONOURS: Nil.
section being created within the club in 1902. After World War I, the club was restructured and renamed 'Unione Sportiva Pro Vercelli' and in 1922, it absorbed the club 'Società Sportiva Giovani Calciatori Cappuccini' (founded in 1920). In 2010 the club was disbanded due to financial problems but was immediately refounded under the current name.
NATIONAL HONOURS: Italian Champions, 7 - 1908, 1909, 1910/11, 1911/12, 1912/13, 1920/21, 1921/22.
Alex
MERET
Giuseppe
CASARI
Giuseppe
SAVOLDI
Gianluigi
DONNARUMMA
D.S. Palmieri
EMERSON
Moise B.
KEAN