FIFA WORLD CUP ALL-STAR TEAM MEMBERS
Organisers - UEFA (Union of European Football Associations).
Participating Players - All football Players who plays in the UEFA
European Football Champion.
Award Objective and Structure - The Top Scorer Award of the UEFA
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FIFA WORLD CUP ALL-STARS TEAM
A PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR AWARDED BY FIFA AFTER EACH WORLD CUP EDITION
Holder - Regarded as one of the best players in one World Cup edition.
Organisers - FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) and a changing sponsor: MasterCard Worldwide (1994 - 2006), Yingli (2010), Oi (2014) and Hisense (2018).
Eligibility - Every player who played in each particular World Cup edition.

THE TROPHY
No particular trophy is awarded for this award.
Award Objective and Structure - The FIFA World Cup All-Star Team is made up by the best players in each edition of the World Cup, selected per position: 'Goalkeepers', 'Defenders', 'Midfielders' and 'Forwards'. Prior to the 1998 edition this team was selected by journalists and experts, mainly from Europe and South America, who chose what was called the 'Dream Team' for each World Cup edition. From 1998 until 2006 the All-Star team started to be chosen by the FIFA Technical Study Group and from the 2010 edition the team started to be selected online at Fifa.com. The number of players that formed each All-Star team changed by time: in the first 15 editions (1930 - 1994) the team was composed of 11 players as per a regular football team line-up with the exception of 1974 when the team was composed of 14 players and the 1990 edition when it was composed of 12 players. In the next 3 editions it was composed of 22 players (in 1998) and 23 players (in the 2002 and 2006 editions) but since the 2010 edition, the number of players returned to 11 but a coach was added to the team.
First Edition - 1930
Editions until Today - 21
History - A total of two hundred and fourty-three different Players were selected to form part of the FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: Three times Beckenbauer (West Germany - 1966, 1970, 1974), Djalma Santos (Brazil - 1954, 1958, 1962); Two times Monti L. (Argentina - 1930, Italy - 1934), Garrincha (Brazil - 1958, 1962), Pele (Brazil - 1958, 1970), Charlton B. (England - 1966, 1970), Cubillas (Peru - 1970, 1978), Krol (Netherlands - 1974, 1978), Rensenbrink (Netherlands - 1974, 1978), Vogts (West Germany - 1974, 1978), Rossi P. (Italy - 1978, 1982), Platini (France - 1982, 1986), Maradona (Argentina - 1986, 1990), Maldini P. (Italy - 1990, 1994), Dunga (Brazil - 1994, 1998), Roberto Carlos (Brazil - 1998, 2002), Rivaldo (Brazil - 1998, 2002), Ronaldo (Brazil - 1998, 2002), Thuram (France - 1998, 2006), Zidane (France - 1998, 2006), Henry (France - 1998, 2006), Casillas (Spain - 2002, 2010), Ballack (Germany - 2002, 2006), Klose (Germany - 2002, 2006), Lahm (Germany - 2006, 2010), Marcelo (Brazil - 2014, 2018), Silva T. (Brazil - 2014, 2018); One time Ballesteros (Uruguay - 1930), Nasazzi (Uruguay - 1930), Ivkovic (Yugoslavia - 1930), Gestido (Uruguay - 1930), Andrade J. (Uruguay - 1930), Cea (Uruguay - 1930), Castro (Uruguay - 1930), Scarone (Uruguay - 1930), Stabile (Argentina - 1930), Patenaude (USA - 1930), Zamora (Spain - 1934), Quincoces (Spain -1934), Monzeglio (Italy - 1934), Ferraris A. (Italy - 1934), Cilaurren (Spain - 1934), Meazza (Italy - 1934), Orsi (Italy - 1934), Guaita (Italy - 1934), Sindelar (Austria - 1934), Nejedly (Czechoslovakia - 1934), Planicka (Czechoslovakia - 1938), Rava (Italy - 1938), Foni (Italy - 1938), Da Guia (Brazil - 1938), Andreolo (Italy - 1938), Locatelli U. (Italy - 1938), Piola (Italy - 1938), Colaussi (Italy - 1938), Sarosi (Hungary - 1938), Zsengeller (Hungary - 1938), Leonidas (Brazil - 1938), Maspoli (Uruguay - 1950), Nilsson E. (Sweden - 1950), Parra (Spain - 1950), Andrade V.R. (Uruguay - 1950), Varela (Uruguay - 1950), Bauer (Brazil - 1950), Ghiggia (Uruguay - 1950), Zizinho (Brazil - 1950), Ademir (Brazil - 1950), Jair (Brazil - 1950), Schiaffino (Uruguay - 1950), Grosics (Hungary - 1954), Ocwirk (Austria - 1954), Santamaria (Uruguay - 1954), Walter (West Germany - 1954), Bozsik (Hungary - 1954), Rahn (West Germany - 1954), Hidegkuti (Hungary - 1954), Puskas (Hungary - 1954), Kocsis (Hungary - 1954), Czibor (Hungary - 1954), Gregg (Northern Ireland - 1958), Bellini (Brazil - 1958), Nilton Santos (Brazil - 1958), Blanchflower (Northern Ireland - 1958), Didi (Brazil - 1958), Fontaine (France - 1958), Kopa (France - 1958), Gren (Sweden - 1958), Schrojf (Czechoslovakia - 1962), Maldini C. (Italy - 1962), Voronin (USSR - 1962), Schnellinger (West Germany - 1962), Zagallo (Brazil - 1962), Zito (Brazil - 1962), Masopust (Czechoslovakia - 1962), Vava (Brazil - 1962), Sanchez L. (Chile - 1962), Banks (England - 1966), Cohen (England - 1966), Moore B. (England - 1966), Vicente (Portugal - 1966), Marzolini (Argentina - 1966), Coluna (Portugal - 1966), Albert F. (Hungary - 1966), Seeler (West Germany - 1966), Eusebio (Portugal - 1966), Mazurkiewicz (Uruguay - 1970), Carlos Alberto (Brazil - 1970), Ancheta (Uruguay - 1970), Facchetti (Italy - 1970), Gerson (Brazil - 1970), Rivellino (Brazil - 1970), Muller G. (West Germany - 1970), Jairzinho (Brazil - 1970), Maier (West Germany - 1974), Breitner (West Germany - 1974), Figueroa (Chile - 1974), Marinho (Brazil - 1974), Overath (West Germany - 1974), Deyna (Poland - 1974), Neeskens (Netherlands - 1974), Oblak (Yugoslavia - 1974), Cruyff J. (Netherlands - 1974), Lato (Poland - 1974), Fillol (Argentina - 1978), Passarella (Argentina - 1978), Tarantini (Argentina - 1978), Dirceu (Brazil - 1978), Cubillas (Peru - 1978), Bettega (Italy - 1978), Kempes (Argentina - 1978), Zoff (Italy - 1982), Luizinho (Brazil - 1982), Junior (Brazil - 1982), Gentile (Italy - 1982), Collovati (Italy - 1982), Boniek (Poland - 1982), Falcao (Brazil - 1982), Zico (Brazil - 1982), Rummenigge K.H. (West Germany - 1982), Pfaff (Belgium - 1986), Josimar (Brazil - 1986), Amoros (France - 1986), Julio Cesar (Brazil - 1986), Ceulemans (Belgium - 1986), Tigana (France - 1986), Elkjaer Larsen (Denmark - 1986), Butragueno (Spain - 1986), Lineker (England - 1986), Goycochea (Argentina - 1990), Conejo (Costa Rica - 1990), Brehme (Germany - 1990), Baresi F. (Italy - 1990), Matthaus (Germany - 1990), Stojkovic (Yugoslavia - 1990), Gascoigne (England - 1990), Schillaci (Italy - 1990), Milla (Cameroon - 1990), Klinsmann (Germany - 1990), Preud'homme (Belgium - 1994), Jorginho (Brazil - 1994), Marcio Santos (Brazil - 1994), Balakov (Bulgaria - 1994), Hagi (Romania - 1994), Brolin (Sweden - 1994), Romario (Brazil - 1994), Stoichkov (Bulgaria - 1994), Baggio R. (Italy - 1994), Barthez (France - 1998), Chilavert (Paraguay - 1998), Van der Sar (Netherlands - 1998), Desailly (France - 1998), De Boer F. (Netherlands - 1998), Gamarra (Paraguay - 1998), Laudrup M. (Denmark - 1998), Davids (Netherlands - 1998), Veron (Argentina - 1998), Okocha (Nigeria - 1998), Suker (Croatia - 1998), Laudrup B. (Denmark -1998), Bergkamp (Netherlands - 1998), Owen (England - 1998), Vieri C. (Italy - 1998), Kahn (Germany - 2002), Rustu Recber (Turkey - 2002), Campbell (England - 2002), Hierro (Spain - 2002), Myung-Bo (South Korea - 2002), Ozalan (Turkey - 2002), Cafu (Brazil - 2002), Ronaldinho (Brazil - 2002), Reyna (USA - 2002), Sang-Chul (South Korea - 2002), Hamann (Germany - 2002), Joaquin (Spain - 2002), Nakata (Japan - 2002), Wilmots (Belgium - 2002), Diouf (Senegal - 2002), Hasan Sas (Turkey - 2002), Donovan (USA - 2002), Buffon G. (Italy - 2006), Lehmann (Germany - 2006), Ricardo (Portugal - 2006), Ayala (Argentina - 2006), Terry (England - 2006), Cannavaro F. (Italy - 2006), Zambrotta (Italy - 2006), Carvalho (Portugal - 2006), Ze Roberto (Brazil - 2006), Vieira P. (France - 2006), Pirlo (Italy - 2006), Gattuso (Italy - 2006), Totti (Italy - 2006), Figo (Portugal - 2006), Maniche (Portugal - 2006), Crespo (Argentina - 2006), Toni (Italy - 2006), Maicon (Brazil - 2010), Puyol (Spain - 2010), Ramos (Spain - 2010), Schweinsteiger (Germany - 2010), Sneijder (Netherlands - 2010), Iniesta (Spain - 2010), Xavi (Spain - 2010), Villa D. (Spain - 2010), Forlan (Uruguay - 2010), Neuer (Germany - 2014), Luiz D. (Brazil - 2014), Hummels (Germany - 2014), Di Maria (Argentina - 2014), Kroos (Germany - 2014), James R. (Columbia - 2014), Neymar (Brazil - 2014), Muller T. (Germany - 2014), Messi (Argentina -2014), Courtois (Belgium - 2018), Varane (France - 2018), Godin (Uruguay - 2018), Coutinho (Brazil - 2018), Modric (Croatia - 2018), De Bruyne (Belgium - 2018), Ronaldo C. (Portugal - 2018), Kane (England - 2018), Mbappe (France - 2018).

A total of three coaches were selected in the All-Star team: Del Bosque (Spain - 2010), Low (Germany - 2014), Deschamps (France - 2018).
Eraldo
MONZEGLIO
Defender
IFFHS / FIFA WORLD'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Player in the World for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All football Players in the world who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA World's Best Player of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those players who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the male and female players who where thought to have been the best in the world for the past century. This list did not include Goalkeepers who were awarded separately. One of the main conditions for a player to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. The voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country, which led to the best continental candidates for each continent and finally the candidates for the world honour. All voting was done by local and national football historians, experts and sports journalists coming from more than 150 countries all over the world who were responsible to vote per nationality, than per continent and finally for the actual world award.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various catagories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA WORLD'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY -
FINAL POSITIONS OF THE AZZURRI
Gianni
RIVERA
(Milan)
19th Place
(Joint)
Giuseppe
MEAZZA
(Inter)
21st Place
Franco
BARESI
(Milan)
33rd Place
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
(Inter)
42nd Place
Alessandro
MAZZOLA
(Inter)
43rd Place
(Joint)
Gianni
RIVERA
(Milan)
Retired
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
(Inter)
Retired
Alessandro
DEL PIERO
(Juventus)
Active (in 2004)
Christian
VIERI
(Atletico Madrid,  Lazio & Inter)
Active (in 2004)
Alessandro
NESTA
(Lazio & Milan)
Active (in 2004)
Francesco
TOTTI
(Roma)
Active (in 2004)
1934
ITALY
Luisito
MONTI
Midfielder
Attilio
FERRARIS
Midfielder
Raimundo
ORSI
Forward
Giuseppe
MEAZZA
Forward
Enrique
GUAITA
Forward
Pietro
RAVA
Defender
1938
FRANCE
Alfredo
FONI
Defender
Michele
ANDREOLO
Midfielder
Silvio
PIOLA
Forward
Ugo
LOCATELLI
Midfielder
Gino
COLAUSSI
Forward
Cesare
MALDINI
Defender
1962
CHILE
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
Defender
1970
MEXICO
Roberto
BETTEGA
Forward
1978
ARGENTINA
Paolo
ROSSI
Forward
Dino
ZOFF
Goalkeeper
1982
SPAIN
Claudio
GENTILE
Defender
Fulvio
COLLOVATI
Defender
Paolo
ROSSI
Forward
Paolo
MALDINI
Defender
1990
ITALY
Franco
BARESI
Defender
1994
U.S.A.
Roberto
BAGGIO
Forward
Salvatore
SCHILLACI
Forward
Paolo
MALDINI
Defender
2006
GERMANY
Fabio
CANNAVARO
Defender
Gianluigi
BUFFON
Goalkeeper
Gian Luca
ZAMBROTTA
Defender
Andrea
PIRLO
Midfielder
Gennaro Ivan
GATTUSO
Midfielder
Francesco
TOTTI
Midfielder
Luca
TONI
Forward
First and only Edition - 2000
History - The final list of the World's Best Player (Male) of the Century is as
follows: 1. Pele (Brazil), 2. Cruijff J. (Netherlands), 3. Beckenbauer (West
Germany), 4. Di Stefano (Argentina / Spain), 5. Maradona (Argentina), 6. Puskas (Hungary), 7. Platini (France), 8. Garrincha (Brazil), 9. Eusebio (Portugal), 10. Charlton B. (England), 11. Matthews (England), 12. Van Basten (Netherlands), 13. Muller G. (West Germany), 14. Zico (Brazil), 15. Matthaus (Germany), 16. Best (Northern Ireland), 17. Schiaffino (Uruguay), 18. Gullit (Netherlands), 19. Rivera (Italy), Didi (Brazil), 21. Meazza (Italy), 22. Sindelar (Austria), 23. Walter (West Germany), 24. Moore B. (England), 25. Moreno (Argentina), 26. Sanchez H. (Mexico), 27. Weah (Liberia), 28. Milla (Cameroon), 29. Andrade J. (Uruguay), 30. Gento (Spain), Fontaine (France), 32. Kubala (Spain), 33. Baresi F. (Italy), 34. Bican (Czechoslovakia), 35. Rummenigge K.H. (West Germany), 36. Sivori (Argentina), 37. Figueroa (Chile), 38. Keegan (Engalnd), 39. Kocsis (Hungary), 40. Scarone (Uruguay), 41. Masopust (Hungary), 42. Facchetti (Italy), 43. Mazzola A. (Italy), Kopa (France), 45. Seeler (West Germany), 46. Nordahl (Sweden), 47. Zizinho (Brazil), 48. Cubillas (Peru), 49. Erico (Paraguay), 50. Law (Scotland), 51. Piola (Italy), 52. Pedernera (Argentina), 53. Varela (Uruguay), 54. Friedenreich (Brazil), 55. Laudrup M. (Danmark), 56. Spencer (Ecuador), Bozsik (Hungary), 58. Tostao (Brazil), 59. Ocwirk (Austria), 60. Bum-Kun Cha (South Korea), Van Himst (Belgium), 62. Belloumi (Algeria), Madjer (Algeria), 64. Majed (Saudi Arabia), Cubilla (Uruguay), Blokhin (USSR).
Silvio
PIOLA
(Lazio, Juventus
& Novara)
51st Place
Even though they played with the Italian National team, the Italo-Uruguayan Oriundo Schiaffino and the Italo-Argentine Oriundo Sivori were both not regarded as Italians for this list and featured only as players from Uruguay and Argentina. Strangely enough, Alfredo Di Stefano was listed as both an Argentine and Spanish player.
Juan Alberto
SCHIAFFINO
(Milan)
17th Place
Omar E.
SIVORI
(Juventus)
36th Place
IFFHS / FIFA WORLD'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Goalkeeper in the World for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All football Goalkeepers in the world who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA World's Best Goalkeeper of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those goalkeepers who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the goalkeepers who where thought to have been the best in the world for the past century. Two other separate awards were given to the best male and female players of the century. One of the main conditions for a goalkeeper to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. The voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country, which led to the best continental candidates for each continent and finally the candidates for the world honour. All voting was done by local and national football historians, experts and sports journalists coming from more than 150 countries who were responsible to vote per nationality, than per continent and finally for the actual world award.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various categories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA WORLD'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE
CENTURY - FINAL POSITIONS OF THE OTHER AZZURRI
Walter
ZENGA
(Inter)
20th Place
Giampiero
COMBI
(Juventus)
40th Place
First and only Edition - 2000
History - The final list of the World's Best Goalkeeper of the Century is as
follows: 1. Yashin (USSR), 2. Banks (England), 3. Zoff (Italy), 4. Maier (West
Germany), 5. Zamora R. (Spain), 6. Chilavert (Paraguay), 7. Schmeichel (Danmark), 8. Shilton (England), 9. Planicka (Czechoslovakia), 10. Carrizo (Argentina), 11. Gilmar (Brazil), 12. Mazurkiewicz (Uruguay), 13. Jennings (Northern Ireland), 14. Fillol (Argentina), 15. Carbajal (Mexico), 16. Pfaff (Belgium), 17. Dasaev (USSR), 18. Grosics (Hungary), 19. Ravelli (Sweden), 20. Zenga (Italy), 21. Beara (Yugoslavia), 22. Preud'homme (Belgium), 23. Schumacher (West Germany), 24. Hiden (Austria), 25. Viktor (Czechoslovakia), 26. Swift (England), 27. Gatti (Argentina), 28. Campos (Mexico), 29. Van der Sar (Netherlands), Maspoli (Uruguay), N'Kono (Cameroon), 32. Higuita (Columbia), Bell (Cameroon), 34. Zubizarreta (Spain), 35. Leao (Brazil), Tomaszewski (Poland), 37. Van Breukelen (Netherlands), Zeman (Austria), 39. Al-Deayea (Saudi Arabia), 40. Combi (Italy), 41. Hejazi (Iran), 42. Southall (Wales), 43. Zaki (Marocco), 44. Kopke (Germany), Hellstrom (Sweden), 46. Croy (East Germany), Attouga (Tunisia).
THIRD PLACE - IFFHS / FIFA
WORLD'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
Dino
ZOFF
(Napoli & Juventus)
IFFHS / FIFA EUROPE'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Player in Europe for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All European football players who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA Europe's Best Player of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those players who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the Male and Female Players who where thought to have been the best in Europe for the past century. This list did not include Goalkeepers who were awarded separately. One of the main conditions for a player to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. This award formed part of the IFFHS / FIFA World's Best Player of the Century award and the voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country, which led to the best continental candidates for each continent. Later on, this led to the final candidates list for the world honour. All voting was done by local and national football historians, experts and sports journalists coming from more than 50 European countries who were responsible to vote per nationality and than for the whole continental award listed here. Eventually they also voted for the world award.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various categories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA EUROPE'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY -
FINAL POSITIONS OF THE AZZURRI
Gianni
RIVERA
(Milan)
12th Place
Giuseppe
MEAZZA
(Inter)
15th Place
Franco
BARESI
(Milan)
20th Place
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
(Inter)
16th Place
Alessandro
MAZZOLA
(Inter)
24th Place
(Joint)
First and only Edition - 2000
History - The final list of the Europe's Best Player (Male) of the Century is as follows: 1. Cruijff J. (Netherlands), 2. Beckenbauer (West Germany), 3. Di Stefano (Spain), 4. Puskas (Hungary), 5. Platini (France), 6. Eusebio (Portugal), 7. Charlton B. (England), 8. Matthews (England), 9. Muller G. (West Germany), 10. Van Basten (Netherlands), 11. Best (Northern Ireland), 12. Rivera (Italy), 13. Sindelar (Austria), 14. Walter (West Germany), 15. Meazza (Italy), 16. Facchetti (Italy), 17. Moore B. (England), 18. Kopa (France), Seeler (West Germany), 20. Baresi F. (Italy), 21. Gullit (Netherlands), 22. Blokhin (USSR), 23. Kocsis (Hungary), 24. Mazzola A. (Italy), Kubala (Spain),  Laudrup M. (Danmark), 27. Gento (Spain), 28. Bican (Czechoslovakia), 29. Piola (Italy), 30. Keegan (Engalnd), 31. Ocwirk (Austria), 32. Matthaus (Germany), 33. Bozsik (Hungary), 34. Fontaine (France), 35. Rummenigge K. H. (West Germany), 36. Nordahl (Sweden), 37. Law (Scotland), 38. Masopust (Hungary), 39. Van Himst (Belgium), 40. Asparuchov (Bulgaria), Rossi P. (Italy), 42. Schlosser (Hungary), Greaves (England), Riva (Italy), 45. Bloomer (Engalnd), 46. Simonsen (Danmark), Streltsov (USSR), Dalglish (Scotland), Boniek (Poland), 50. Hanappi (Austria), Suarez (Spain), 52. Dean (England), 53. Deajic (Yugoslavia), 54. Deyna (Poland), Baggio R. (Italy), 56. Scirea (Italy), Hagi (Romania), 58. Liedholm (Sweden), 59. Gren (Sweden), 60. Sarosi (Hungary), Coluna (Portugal), 62. Lawton (England), Stoichkov (Bulgaria), 64. Bergkamp (Netherlands), Braine (Belgium), 66. Finney (England), Lineker (England), Prohaska (Austria), McGrory (Scotland), 70. Cantona (France), Koller (Austria), Maldini P. (Italy), 73. Polster (Austria), Vukas (Yugoslavia), Tigana (France), Brady (Republic of Ireland), Hidegkuti (Hungary), Woodward (England), 79. Savicevic (Yugoslavia), Krol (Netherlands), 81. James A. (Scotland), Pesek Kada (Czechoslovakia), Bettega (Italy), 84. Butragueno (Spain), Albert F. (Hungary), Charles J. (Wales), Breitner (West Germany), Koeman R. (Netherlands), 89. Stojkovic (Yugoslavia), Gallacher (Scotland), Lubanski (Poland), Babrov (USSR), 93. Dabrin (Romania), Netzer (West Germany), Rush (Wales), 96. Carey (Republic of Ireland), Hofmann (Germany), Minelli (Switzerland), Overath (West Germany), 100. Lato (Poland), Szepan (Germany), 102. Boniperti (Italy).
Silvio
PIOLA
(Lazio, Juventus
& Novara)
29th Place
Even though they played with the Italian National team, the Italo-Uruguayan Oriundo Schiaffino and the Italo-Argentine Oriundi Sivori and Orsi were not regarded as Italians for this list and featured only as players from Uruguay and Argentina, thus eligible only for the South America's Best Player of the Century awards: Schiaffino finished in the 6th Place, Sivori in the 16th Place and Orsi in the 43rd Place. Strangley enough, Alfredo Di Stefano was listed as both Argentine and Spanish player, thus eligible for both Europe's and South America's Best Player of the Century. He finished in the 3rd. Place in both lists.
Juan Alberto
SCHIAFFINO
(Milan)
6th Place
South America
Omar E.
SIVORI
(Juventus)
16th Place
South America
IFFHS / FIFA EUROPE'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Goalkeeper in Europe for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All European football Goalkeepers who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA Europe's Best Goalkeeper of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those goalkeepers who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the Goalkeepers who where thought to have been the best in Europe for the past century. Two other separate awards were given to the best male and female players of the century. One of the main conditions for a goalkeeper to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. This award formed part of the IFFHS / FIFA World's Best Goalkeeper of the Century award and the voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country, which led to the best continental candidates for each continent. Later on, this led to the final candidates list for the world honour. All voting was done by local and national football historians, experts and sports journalists coming from more than 50 European countries who were responsible to vote per nationality and than for the whole continental award listed here. Eventually they also voted for the world award.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various categories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA EUROPE'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE
CENTURY - FINAL POSITIONS OF THE OTHER AZZURRI
Walter
ZENGA
(Inter)
27th Place
Giampiero
COMBI
(Juventus)
16th Place
(Joint)
First and only Edition - 2000
History - The final list of Europe's Best Goalkeeper of the Century is as follows: 1. Yashin (USSR), 2. Zoff (Italy), 3. Banks (England), 4. Zamora R. (Spain), 5. Maier (West Germany), 6. Planicka (Czechoslovakia), 7. Schmeichel (Danmark), 8. Shilton (England), 9. Grosics (Hungary), 10. Pfaff (Belgium), 11. Jennings (Northern Ireland), 12. Beara (Yugoslavia), 13. Hiden (Austria), 14. Ravelli (Sweden), 15. Schumacher (West Germany), 16. Combi (Italy), Dasaev (USSR), 18. Tomaszewski (Poland), 19. Preud'homme (Belgium), 20. Kopke (Germany), Van Breukelen (Netherlands), 22. Hellstrom (Sweden), Zubizarreta (Spain), 24. Van der Sar (Netherlands), Viktor (Czechoslovakia), 26. Zeman (Austria), 27. Zenga (Italy), 28. Swift (England), 29. Croy (East Germany), 30. Peruzzi (Italy), Southall (Wales), 32. Seaman (England), Albertosi (Italy), 34. Costa Pereira (Portugal), Hardy (England), Iribar (Spain, Mlynarzyk (Poland), Pagliuca (Italy), Tilkowski (West Germany), 40. Damas (Portugal), Stuhlfauth (Germany), 42. Rudakov (USSR), 43. Arconada (Spain), Sarti (Italy), Turek (Germany), 46. Lama (France), 47. Chayrigues (France), Khomitch (USSR), Ramallets (Spain), Simpson (Scotland), Zsak (Hungary).
RUNNER-UP (2nd Place) - IFFHS / FIFA
EUROPE'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
Dino
ZOFF
(Napoli & Juventus)
Paolo
ROSSI
(Vicenza, Prugia, Juventus & Milan)
40th Place
(Joint)
Luigi
RIVA
(Cagliari)
42nd Place
(Joint)
Gaetano
SCIREA
(Juventus)
56th Place
(Joint)
Roberto
BAGGIO
(Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Bologna, Inter & Brescia)
54th Place (Joint)
Paolo
MALDINI
(Milan
70th Place
(Joint)
Roberto
BETTEGA
(Juventus)
81st Place
(Joint)
Giampiero
BONIPERTI
(Juventus)
102nd Place
Raimondo
ORSI
(Juventus)
43rd Place
South America
Enrico
ALBERTOSI
(Fiorentina, Cagliari & Milan)
32nd Place
(Joint)
Angelo
PERUZZI
(Juventus & Lazio)
30th Place
(Joint)
Giuliano
SARTI
(Fiorentina & Inter)
43rd Place
(Joint)
Gianluca
PAGLIUCA
(Sampdoria & Inter)
34th Place
(Joint)
IFFHS / FIFA ITALY'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Player in Italy for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All Italian football Players who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA Italy's Best Player of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those players who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the Male Players who where thought to have been the best in Italy for the past century. This list did not include Goalkeepers who were awarded separately. One of the main conditions for a player to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. This award formed part of the IFFHS / FIFA World's and Europe's Best Player of the Century awards and the voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country that are listed here. Later on, this led to the best continental candidates for each continent, and eventually to the final candidates list for the world honour. All voting was done by Italian football historians, experts and sports journalists, who were eventually also responsible to vote for the continental and world awards later on.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various categories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA ITALY'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY -
AZZURRI IN THE OTHER POSITIONS
Franco
BARESI
(Milan)
4th Place
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
(Inter)
Alessandro
MAZZOLA
(Inter)
5th Place
First and only Edition - 2000
History - These IFFHS / FIFA Best Player of the Century awards per Nation were only awarded to 12 nations: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Uruguay.
Silvio
PIOLA
(Lazio, Juventus
& Novara)
6th Place
Even though they played with the Italian National team, the Italo-Uruguayans Oriundi Schiaffino and Ghiggia, and the Italo-Argentine Oriundi Sivori and Orsi were not regarded as Italians for this list and featured only as players from Uruguay and Argentina, thus eligible only for Uruguay's and Argentina's Best Player of the Century awards: Schiaffino finished in the 1st Place and Ghiggia in the 10th Place of the Uruguay Best Player of the Century Award, whilst Sivori finished in the 5th Place and Orsi in the 9th Place of the Argentina Best Player of the Century Award. Strangely enough, Alfredo Di Stefano was listed as both Argentine and Spanish player, thus eligible for both Argentina's and Spain's Best Player of the Century Awards. He finished in the 2nd Place in Argentina and in the 1st Place in Spain.
Juan Alberto
SCHIAFFINO
(Milan)
1st Place
Uruguay
Omar E.
SIVORI
(Juventus)
5th Place
Argentina
Paolo
ROSSI
(Vicenza, Prugia, Juventus & Milan)
7th Place
Luigi
RIVA
(Cagliari)
8th Place
Gaetano
SCIREA
(Juventus)
10th Place
Roberto
BAGGIO
(Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Bologna, Inter & Brescia)
9th Place
Paolo
MALDINI
(Milan
11th Place
Roberto
BETTEGA
(Juventus)
12th Place
Giampiero
BONIPERTI
(Juventus)
13th Place
Raimondo
ORSI
(Juventus)
9th Place
Argentina
WINNERS (1st Place) - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
Gianni
RIVERA
(Milan)
RUNNER-UP (2nd Place) - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
Giuseppe
MEAZZA
(Inter)
THIRD PLACE - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
Alcide
GHIGGIA
(Roma)
10th Place
Uruguay
IFFHS / FIFA ITALY'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
A VERY RARE AND PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED EVERY CENTURY.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Goalkeeper in Italy for the past 100 years.
Organisers - IFFHS (International Federation of
Football History and Statistics) with the approval
of FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All Italian football Goalkeepers who played football between 1900 and 1999.
Award Objective and Structure - The IFFHS / FIFA Italy's Best Goalkeeper of the Century was awarded to celebrate the first full century of football and to honour all those players who made this game one of the top sports games in the world. The award was given once to the Goalkeepers who where thought to have been the best in Italy for the past century. A separate award was given to the best Italian male player of the century. One of the main conditions for a goalkeeper to be nominated was that he had maintained a high performance level of football during at least a decade. This award formed part of the IFFHS / FIFA World's and Europe's Best Goalkeeper of the Century awards and the voting process was long and complicated. It included the selection of the best national candidates for each country that are listed here. Later on, this led to the best continental candidates for each continent, and eventually to the final candidates list for the world honour. All voting was done by Italian football historians, experts and sports journalists, who were eventually also responsible to vote for the continental and world awards later on.
THE TROPHY
Name - IFFHS Trophy.
Material - Gold ball with the IFFHS logo engraved on each patch, placed on a wooden base with a gold name plate. Gold is changed to Silver for the 2nd Place and Bronze for the 3rd.
Height - circa 25 cm
Used - Since 1991 to all the award winners of the various categories organised by IFFHS.
IFFHS / FIFA ITALY'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE
CENTURY - AZZURRI IN THE OTHER POSITIONS
First and only Edition - 2000
History - These IFFHS / FIFA Best Goalkeeper of the Century awards per Nation were only awarded to 12 nations: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Uruguay.
WINNERS (1st Place) - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
RUNNER-UP (2nd Place) - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
THIRD PLACE - IFFHS / FIFA
ITALY'S BEST GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
Giampiero
COMBI
(Juventus)
Walter
ZENGA
(Inter)
Angelo
PERUZZI
(Juventus & Lazio)
4th Place
Enrico
ALBERTOSI
(Fiorentina, Cagliari & Milan)
5th Place
Gianluca
PAGLIUCA
(Sampdoria & Inter)
6th Place
Giuliano
SARTI
(Fiorentina & Inter)
7th Place
Dino
ZOFF
(Napoli & Juventus)
Lorenzo
BUFFON
(Milan, Genoa & Inter)
8th Place
FIFA DREAM TEAM
A ONE-TIME PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED BY FIFA.
Winner - Regarded as one of the Best Players in Football History by FIFA.
Organisers - FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All football Players who played football
with a FIFA member country.
Award Objective and Structure - The FIFA Dream Team was chosen in 2002
through an internet poll conducted on the FIFA website. The aim of the poll was to find the best ever team in football history. The Dream Team comprises of eleven players, divided into one goalkeeper, three defenders, four midfielders and three forwards. Each position was awarded to the player who received the most votes in that respective position. More than one and a half million fans voted in the poll.
First and only Edition - 2002
History - Maradona (Argentina) received the most votes, followed by Pele (Brazil) in the second place and Zidane (France) in the third. The Dream Team was composed as follows: Goalkeeper - Yashin (USSR); Defenders - Roberto Carlos (Brazil), Beckenbauer (West Germany), Paolo Maldini (Italy); Midfielders - Johan Cruijff (Netherlands), Zidane (France), Platini (France), Maradona (Argentina); Forwards - Romario (Brazil), Roberto Baggio (Italy), Pele (Brazil).
FIFA DREAM TEAM MEMBERS
Paolo
MALDINI
(Milan)
Defender
THE TROPHY
No particular trophy was awarded for this award.
Roberto
BAGGIO
(Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Bologna, Inter & Brescia)
Forward
FIFA 100
A PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED TO CELEBRATE FIFA'S CENTENNARY.
Winner - Regarded as one of the Best Players by FIFA according to Pele (Brazil).
Organisers - FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football
Association).
Participating Players - All football Players who played football
with a FIFA member country between 1904 and 2004.
Award Objective and Structure - The FIFA 100 was a list of the best living players in football history according to the Brazilian legendary footballer Pele. This initiative of FIFA formed part of the centenary celebrations organised by FIFA to mark the first one hundred years since its establishment. In fact the number 100 refers to the one hundred years of FIFA and not to the total amount of selected players on the list. Pele was specifically selected by FIFA President Sepp Blatter to select who in his opinion were the best living 50 retired players and the best 50 active (in 2004)players, thus creating a list of 100 players, equal to the 100 years of FIFA. But Pele found it difficult to keep with the total number of 100, especially for the retired players and finally came up with a list of 125 players, 123 Male and 2 Female, 50 active and 75 retired. The list was announced in March 2004 and a book was published with 100 photos of the selected players taken by international photographers. An exhibition of these photos was also organised in various venues around the world. The FIFA 100 project was questioned and criticized by a number of journalists and players who saw its geographical spread in the selection as a political statement by FIFA instead of a list that really shows the very best players of the century. Much criticism came also from retired players who were either left out, like Pele team-mates Jairzinho (Brazil) and Gerson (Brazil), or selected players who refused to participate, like Van Basten (Netherlands) and Seeler (West Germany). Finally, only seven players remained without a photo in the published book and exhibition: Van Basten (Netherlands) and Seeler (West Germany)
who refused to participate and Maradona (Argentina), Passarella
(Argentina), Gerd Muller (West Germany), Puskas (Hungary) and
Rivelino (Brazil) who couldn't be contacted in time.
First and only Edition - 2004
History - The list selected by Pele was as follows: Argentina:
Batistuta, Crespo, Kempes, Maradona, Passarella, Saviola, Sivori,
Stefano, Veron, Zanetti J.; Belgium: Ceulemans, Van der Elst, Pfaff;
Brazil: Carlos Alberto, Cafu, Roberto Carlos, Falcao, Junior, Pele,
Rivaldo, Rivelino, Romario, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Djalma Santos,
Milton Santos, Socrates, Zico; Bulgaria: Stoichkov; Cameroon: Milla;
Chile: Figueroa, Zamorano; Colombia: Valderrama; Croatia: Suker;
Czech Republic / Czechoslovakia: Masopost, Nedved; Denmark:
Laudrup B., Laudrup M., Schmeichel; England: Banks, Beckham, Charlton B., Keegan, Lineker, Owen, Shearer; France: Cantona, Desailly, Deschamps, Fontaine, Henry, Kopa, Papin, Pires, Platini, Thuram, Tresor, Trezeguet, Vieira, Zidane; Germany / West Germany: Ballack, Beckenbauer, Breitner, Kahn, Klinsmann, Maier, Matthaus, Muller G., Rummenigge K. H., Seeler; Ghana: Abedi Pele; Holland (Netherlands): Van Basten, Bergkamp, Cruiyff J., Davids, Gullit, Van de Kerkhof W., Van de Kerkhof R., Kluivert, Neeskens, Van Nistelrooy, Rensenbrink, Rijkaard, Seedorf; Hungary: Puskas; Ireland: Keane; Italy: Baggio R., Baresi F., Bergomi, Boniperti, Buffon G., Facchetti, Maldini P., Del Piero, Nesta, Rivera, Rossi P., Totti, Vieri C., Zoff; Japan: Nakata; Liberia: Weah; Mexico: Sanchez H.; Nigeria: Okocha; Northern Ireland: Best; Paraguay: Romerito; Peru: Cubillas; Poland: Boniek; Portugal: Rui Costa, Eusebio, Figo; Romania: Hagi; Russia: Dassaiev; Scotland: Dalglish; Senegal: Diouf; Spain:  Butragueno, Enrique, Raul; South Korea: Myung-bo; Turkey: Emre, Rustu; Ukraine: Shevchenko; Uruguay: Francescoli; USA: Akers (female player), Hamm (female Player).

FIFA 100 MEMBERS
Paolo
MALDINI
(Milan)
Active (in 2004)
THE TROPHY
No particular trophy was awarded for this award.
Roberto
BAGGIO
(Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Bologna, Inter & Brescia)
Active (in 2004)
FIFA Centennary Logo
FIFA 100 Book
FIFA 100 Exhibition
Franco
BARESI
(Milan)
Retired
Paolo
ROSSI
(Vicenza, Prugia, Juventus & Milan)
Retired
Giampiero
BONIPERTI
(Juventus)
Retired
Dino
ZOFF
(Napoli & Juventus)
Retired
Giuseppe
BERGOMI
(Inter)
Retired
Gianluigi
BUFFON
(Parma & Juventus)
Active (in 2004)
Omar E.
SIVORI
(Juventus)
Retired
The Italo-Argentine Omar E. Sivori was selected in the FIFA 100 as an Argentine Player, even though he played with the Italian National Team.
UEFA EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
TOP SCORERS
THE HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL HONOUR A SCORER CAN WIN IN THE EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP.
Winner - Regarded as the Best Scorer in the European Football Championship.
Championship (1968 - today) is presented to the top goalscorer of each tournament. Since the participation in the final tournament of the first five editions (1960 - 1976) was only between four teams, two Top Scorer Awards were held: one for the Overall Top Scorer (The player who scored most goals in the whole tournament including the qualification games and the final tournament) and one for the Top Scorer of the final Tournament (which consisted of only four games). With the reorganisation of the tournament in 1980 and the participation of more nations in the Final Tournament, the Top Scorer Award started to be given to the player who scored most goals in the Final Tournament only.
Overall Top Scorer Editions - 1960 - 1976
Total Overall Top Scorer Editions - 5
Top Scorer (Final Tournament) Editions - 1960 - 2016
Total Top Scorer (Final Tournament) Editions - 15
History - A total of seven different players won the Overall Top Scorer award: Bubernik (Czechoslovakia - 1960), Fontaine (France - 1960), Vincent (France - 1960), Madsen O. (Denmark - 1964), Riva (Italy - 1968), Muller G. (West Germany - 1972), Givens (Republic of Ireland - 1976). A total of thirty different players won the Top Scorer (Final Tournament) award: Heutte (France - 1960), Ivanov V. (USSR - 1960), Ponedelnik (USSR - 1960), Galic (Yugoslavia - 1960), Jerkovic (Yugoslavia - 1960), Pereda (Spain - 1964), Bene (Hungary - 1964), Novak (Hungary - 1964), Dzajic (Yugoslavia - 1968), Muller G. (West Germany - 1972), Muller D. (West Germany - 1976), Allofs (West Germany - 1980), Platini (France - 1984), Van Basten (Netherlands - 1988), Larsen H. (Denmark - 1992), Riedle (Germany - 1992), Bergkamp (Netherlands - 1992), Brolin (Sweden - 1992), Shearer (England - 1996), Kluivert (Netherlands - 2000), Milosevic (Yugoslavia - 2000), Baros (Czech Republic - 2004), Villa D. (Spain - 2008), Balotelli (Italy - 2012), Dzagoev (Russia - 2012), Gomez M. (Germany - 2012), Mandzukic (Croatia - 2012), Ronaldo C. (Portugal - 2012), Torres (Spain - 2012), Griezmann (France - 2016).
WINNERS (1st Place) - UEFA EUROPEAN
FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOP SCORER
Luigi
RIVA
(Cagliari)
Italy 1968
Overall Top Scorer

RUNNER-UP (2nd Place) - UEFA EUROPEAN
FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOP SCORER
Pietro
ANASTASI
(Varese)
Italy 1968
Final Tournament
(Joint award)
THIRD PLACE - UEFA EUROPEAN
FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOP SCORER
Angelo
DOMENGHINI
(Inter)
Italy 1968
Final Tournament
(Joint award)
Luigi
RIVA
(Cagliari)
Italy 1968
Final Tournament
(Joint award)
Alberto
ORLANDO
(Roma)
Spain 1964
Overall
(Joint award)
Angelo
DOMENGHINI
(Inter)
Italy 1968
Overall
(Joint award)
Alessandro
MAZZOLA
(Inter)
Italy 1968
Overall
(Joint award)
UEFA EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
TEAM OF THE TOURNAMENT
A PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR AWARDED BY UEFA AFTER EACH EURO EDITION
Holder - Regarded as one of the best players in the European Football Championship.
Organisers - UEFA (Union of European Football Associations).
Eligibility - All football Players who plays in the UEFA
European Football Champion.

THE TROPHY
No particular trophy is awarded for this award.
Award Objective and Structure - The UEFA European Football
Championship Team of the Tournament is chosen by the UEFA
Technical Committee in each Euro edition. The best players in each edition are selected per position: Goalkeepers, Defenders, Midfielders and Forwards. Prior to the 1996 edition, this team was not selected by UEFA but by journalists and experts. The number of players that formed each Team of the Tournament changed by time: in the first 9 editions (1960 - 1992) the team was composed of 11 players as per a regular football team, but in the next editions the number of players increased little by little to become a squad more than a team. In fact in 1996 it consisted of 18 players, in 2000 it was made up of 22 players, from 2004 till 2012 it reached 23 players and in 2016 it returned to 11 players.
First Edition - 1960
Editions until Today - 15
History - A total of one hundred and ninty-one different Players were selected to form part of the UEFA European Football Championship Team of the Tournament: Three times Maldini P. (Italy - 1988, 1996, 2000), Blanc (France - 1992, 1996, 2000), Pepe (Portugal - 2008, 2012, 2016), Ronaldo C. (Portugal - 2004, 2012, 2016); Two times Yashin (USSR - 1960, 1964), Ivanov V. (USSR - 1960, 1964), Zoff (Italy - 1968, 1980), Dzajic (Yugoslavia - 1968, 1976), Beckenbauer (West Germany - 1972, 1976), Forster K.H. (West Germany - 1980, 1984), Brehme (West Germany - 1984, 1992), Gullit (Netherlands - 1988, 1992), Van Basten (Netherlands - 1988, 1992), Desailly (France - 1996, 2000), Rui Costa (Portugal - 1996, 2000), Zidane (France - 2000, 2004), Figo (Portugal - 2000, 2004), Ballack (Germany - 2004, 2008), Buffon G. (Italy - 2008, 2012), Casillas (Spain - 2008, 2012), Lahm (Germany - 2008, 2012), Xavi (Spain - 2008, 2012), Fabregas (Spain - 2008, 2012), Iniesta (Spain - 2008, 2012); One time Durkovic (Yugoslavia - 1960), Novak L. (Czechoslovakia - 1960), Netto (USSR - 1960), Masopust (Czecholovakia - 1960), Metreveli (USSR - 1960), Galic (Yugoslavia - 1960), Ponedielnik (USSR - 1960), Sekularac (Yugoslavia - 1960), Kostic (Yugoslavia - 1960), Rivilla (Spain - 1964), Novak D. (Hungary - 1964), Zoco (Spain - 1964), Olivella (Spain - 1964), Amaro (Spain - 1964), Bene (Hungary - 1964), Pereda (Spain - 1964), Suarez (Spain - 1964), Albert F. (Hungary - 1964), Fazlagic (Yugoslavia- 1968), Facchetti (Italy - 1968), Osim (Yugoslavia - 1968), Shestemev (USSR - 1968), Moore B. (England - 1968), Domenghini (Italy - 1968), Hurst (England - 1968), Riva (Italy - 1968), Mazzola A. (Italy - 1968), Rudakov (USSR - 1972), Dzodzuashvili (USSR - 1972), Breitner (West Germany - 1972), Wimmer (West Germany - 1972), Khurtsilava (USSR - 1972), Heynckes (West Germany - 1972), Hoeness U. (West Germany - 1972), Muller G. (West Germany - 1972), Netzer (West Germany - 1972), Lambert (Belgium - 1972), Viktor (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Pivarnik (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Krol (Netherlands - 1976), Pollak (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Ondrus (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Bonhof (West Germany - 1976), Nehoda (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Muller D. (West Germany - 1976), Panenka (Czechoslovakia - 1976), Gentile (Italy - 1980), Scirea (Italy - 1980), Briegel (West Germany - 1980), Ceulemans (Belgium - 1980), Tardelli (Italy - 1980), Schuster (West Germany - 1980), Muller H. (West Germany - 1980), Rummenigge K. H. (West Germany - 1980), Hrubesch (West Germany - 1980), Schumacher (West Germany - 1984), Joao Pinto (Portugal - 1984), Olsen M. (Denmark - 1984), Chalana (Portugal - 1984), Tigana (France - 1984), Platini (France - 1984), Arnesen (Denmark - 1984), Voller (West Germany - 1984), Giresse (France - 1984), Van Breukelen (Netherlands - 1988), Bergomi (Italy - 1988), Rijkaard (Netherlands - 1988), Koeman R. (Netherlands - 1988), Wouters (Netherlands - 1988), Giannini (Italy - 1988), Matthaus (West Germany - 1988), Vialli (Italy - 1988), Schmeichel (Denmark - 1992), Angloma (France - 1992), Kohler (Germany - 1992), Effenberg (Germany - 1992), Hassler (Germany - 1992), Laudrup B. (Denmark - 1992), Bergkamp (Netherlands - 1992), Seaman (England - 1996), Kopke (Germany - 1992), Latal (Czech Republic - 1996), Sammer (Germany - 1996), Deschamps (France - 1996), McManaman (England - 1996), Boban (Croatia - 1996), Poborsky (Czech Republic - 1996), Eilts (Germany - 1996), Shearer (England - 1996), Stoichkov (Bulgaria - 1996), Suker (Croatia - 1996), Djorkaeff (France - 1996), Kuka (Czech Republic - 1996), Baia (Portugal - 2000), Toldo (Italy - 2000), Barthez (France - 2000), Nesta (Italy - 2000), Cannavaro F. (Italy - 2000), De Boer F. (Netherlands - 2000), Thuram (France - 2000), Vieira (France - 2000), Davids (Netherlands - 2000), Albertini (Italy - 2000), Guardiola (Spain - 2000), Henry (France - 2000), Gomes N. (Portugal - 2000), Raul (Spain - 2000), Totti (Italy - 2000), Cech (Czech Republic - 2004), Nikopolidis (Greece - 2004), Andrade (Portugal - 2004), Carvalho (Portugal - 2004), Cole A. (England - 2004), Dellas (Greece - 2004), Mellberg (Sweden - 2004), Seitaridis (Greece - 2004), Zambrotta (Italy - 2004), Maniche (Portugal - 2004), Deco (Portugal - 2004), Lampard (England - 2004), Nedved (Czech Republic - 2004), Zagorakis (Greece - 2004), Baros (Czech Republic - 2004), Prso (Croatia - 2004), Larsson H. (Sweden - 2004), Tomasson (Denmark - 2004), Van Nistelrooij (Netherlands - 2004), Charisteas (Greece - 2004), Boruc (Poland - 2008), Bosingwa (Portugal - 2008), Marchena (Spain - 2008), Puyol (Spain - 2008), Zhirkov (Russia - 2008), Altintop (Turkey - 2008), Modric (Croatia - 2008), Podolski (Germany - 2008), Senna (Spain - 2008), Sneijder (Netherlands - 2008), Zyryanov (Russia - 2008), Arshavin (Russia - 2008), Pavlyuchenko (Russia - 2008), Torres (Spain - 2008), Villa D. (Spain - 2008), Neuer (Germany - 2012), Pique (Spain - 2012), Coentrao (Portugal - 2012), Ramos S. (Spain - 2012), Alba (Spain - 2012), De Rossi (Italy - 2012), Gerrard (England - 2012), Khedira (Germany - 2012), Busquets (Spain -2012), Ozil (Germany - 2012), Pirlo (Italy - 2012), Alonso X. (Spain - 2012), Balotelli (Italy - 2012), Ibrahimovic (Sweden - 2012), Silva (Spain - 2012), Patricio R. (Portugal -2016), Kimmich (Germany - 2016), Boateng J. (Germany - 2016), Guerreiro R. (Portugal - 2016), Kroos (Germany - 2016), Allen J. (Wales - 2016), Griezmann (France - 2016), Ramsey A. (Wales - 2016), Payet (France - 2016).
UEFA EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
TEAM OF THE TOURNAMENT MEMBERS
Dino
ZOFF
Goalkeeper
1968
ITALY
Gianluigi
BUFFON
Goalkeeper
Alessandro
MAZZOLA
Midfielder
Luigi
RIVA
Forward
Angelo
DOMENGHINI
Forward
Claudio
GENTILE
Defender
1980
ITALY
Gaetano
SCIREA
Defender
Marco
TARDELLI
Midfielder
Gian Luca
ZAMBROTTA
Defender
2004
PORTUAL
Giacinto
FACCHETTI
Defender
2008
AUSTRIA - SWITZERLAND
Dino
ZOFF
Goalkeeper
Giuseppe
BERGOMI
Defender
1988
WEST GERMANY
Paolo
MALDINI
Defender
Giuseppe
GIANNINI
Midfielder
Gianluca
VIALLI
Forward
1996
ENGLAND
Fabio
CANNAVARO
Defender
2000
BELGIUM - NETHERLANDS
Paolo
MALDINI
Defender
Demetrio
ALBERTINI
Midfielder
Francesco
TOTTI
Forward
Paolo
MALDINI
Defender
Alessandro
NESTA
Defender
Francesco
TOLDO
Goalkeeper
Note - This is not an actual award but we feel
that any Referee who is awarded the control of
one of the most important matches in a major
football competition is equivalent to winning
an award

ITALIAN REFEREES IN MAJOR COMPETITIONS
THE TROPHY
No particular trophy is awarded for this achievement, although in recent years a memento is generally given to all referees and assistants participating in each Final Match.
THE HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL HONOUR A REFEREE CAN ACHIEVE IN HIS CAREER.
Winner - Regarded as one of the Best Referees in the World at the time.
Organisers - FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association), UEFA
(Union of European Football Associations) and IOC (International Olympics
Committee).
Participating Referees - All football Referees who were selected to control matches of the major football competitions.
Details - The major competition considered were the following: National Team Competitions - World Cup, European Nations Championships, Olympic Football Tournament (until 1952) and Confederations Cup; Club Competitions - Champions Cup (League), Cup Winners Cup, UEFA Cup (Europa League), UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup. The most important matches considered were the Final (ranked as Gold equivalent), the Inauguration match, the 3/4 Place Final (both ranked as Silver equivalent) and Semi Finals (ranked as Bronze equivalent). Besides Referees we also considered for this achievement all those who participated in these important matches as Linesman / Assistant Referees, 4th Officials, Additional Assistant Referees, VAR, Assistant VAR and Referees Observers.
FINALS of major competitions
Luigi
AGNOLIN
(Referee)
1988
Champions Cup
Final
INAUGURATION MATCH and 3/4 PLACE FINAL
of major competitions
Aurelio
ANGONESE
(Referee)
1974
World Cup
3/4 Place Final
SEMI-FINALS of major competitions
Camilo
CAIRONI
(Linesman)
1934
World Cup
3/4 Place Final
Luigi
AGNOLIN
(Referee)
1986
World Cup
Semi-Final
Stefano
AYROLDI
(Linesman)
2009, 2010
Champions Cup
Semi Final
2009
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
Rinaldo
BARLASSINA
(Referee)
1934
World Cup
Semi-Final
Aurelio
ANGONESE
(Linesman)
1968
Champions Cup
Final
Paolo
BERGAMO
(Referee)
1984
European Nations Championships
Semi-Final
Stefano
BRASCHI
(Referee)
1998
Cup Winners Cup
Final
2000
Champions Cup
Final
Pierluigi
COLLINA
(Referee)
1999
Champions Cup
Final
2002
World Cup
Final
2004
UEFA Cup
Final
Cristiano
COPELLI
(Linesman)
2005
Confederations Cup
Semi-Final
2009
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
2011
UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
Giulio
CAMPANATI
(Referee Observer)
1992
European Nations Championship
Final
Albino
CARRARO
(Referee)
1934
World Cup
3/4 Place Final
Paolo
CASARIN
(Referee)
1985
Cup Winners Cup
Final
Paolo
CASARIN
(Referee)
1986
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Piero
CECCARINI
(Referee)
1995
Cup Winners Cup
Final
Paolo
CALCAGNO
(Linesman)
2008
European Nations Championship
Final
Pierluigi
COLLINA
(Referee)
2004
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Pierluigi
COLLINA
(Referee)
2001, 2002, 2004
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2004
European Nations Championship
Semi-Final
Paolo
CALCAGNO
(Linesman)
2008, 2009, 2010
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Cristiano
COPELLI
(Linesman)
2010
UEFA Cup
Final
Generoso
DATTILO
(Linesman)
1950
World Cup
Final Round Match
Gianluca
ROCCHI
(Referee / 4th Official / Additional Assistant Referee)
2010 (4th. Off)
UEFA Cup
Final
2013 (Add. Ass. Ref.)
Champions Cup
Final
2017 (4th. Off)
UEFA Cup
Final
2017 (Referee)
UEFA Super Cup
Final
2019 (Referee)
UEFA Cup
Final
Andrea
DE MARCO
(4th Official / Additional Assistant Referee)
2008, 2010 (4th Off.)
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2011 (Add.Ass.Ref.)
UEFA Cup
semi-Final
Pietro
D"ELIA
(Referee)
1992
Cup Winners Cup
Final
Stefano
FARINA
(Referee)
2006
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Piergiuseppe
FARNETI
(Linesman)
2000
Champions Cup
Final
Giovanni
GALEATI
(Referee)
1950
World Cup
Final Round Match
Roberto
ROSETTI
(Referee)
2005
Confederations Cup
Inauguration Match
2008
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Cristiano
COPELLI
(Linesman)
2005
Confederations Cup
Inauguration Match
Achille
GAMA MALCHER
(Linesman)
1928
Olympic Tournament
Final
Sergio
GONELLA
(Referee)
1976
European Nations Championship
Final
1978
World Cup
Final
Alessandro
GRISELLI
(Linesman)
2005
Confederations Cup
Inauguration Match
2008
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Alessandro
GRISELLI
(Linesman)
2006
UEFA Super Cup
Final
2008
European Nations Championship
Final
Alessandro
GRISELLI
(Linesman)
2005
Confederations Cup
Semi-Final
2008
Champions Cup
Semi-Final

Marco
IVALDI
(Linesman)
2004
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Marco
IVALDI
(Linesman)
2004
European Nations Championship
Semi-Final
Marco
IVALDI
(Linesman)
2004
UEFA Cup
Final
2006
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Cesare
JONNI
(Referee / Linesman)
1960 (Ref.)
European Nations Championship
Semi-Final
1962 (Lin.)
World Cup
Semi-Final
Cesare
JONNI
(Referee)
1960
European Nations Championship
3/4 Place Final
Tullio
LANESE
(Referee)
1992
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final
Tullio
LANESE
(Referee)
1991
Champions Cup
Final
Concetto
LO BELLO
(Referee)
1964
European Nations Championship
Semi-Final
1966
World Cup
Semi-Final
Concetto
LO BELLO
(Referee)
1967
Cup Winners Cup
Final
1968, 1970
Champions Cup
Final
1974
UEFA Cup
Final
Luca
MAGGIANI
(Linesman)
2010
UEFA Cup
Final
Gennaro
MAZZEI
(Linesman)
1999, 2000
Champions Cup
Final
Domenico
MESSINA
(4th Official)
2000
Champions Cup
Final
Alberto
MICHELOTTI
(Referee)
1980
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Alberto
MICHELOTTI
(Referee)
1979
UEFA Cup
Final
Vincenzo
ORLANDINI
(Referee)
1954
World Cup
Semi-Final
Vincenzo
ORLANDINI
(Linesman)
1954
World Cup
Final
Vincenzo
ORLANDINI
(Referee)
1952
Olympic Tournament
3/4 Place Final
Pierluigi
PAIRETTO
(Referee)
1996
European Nations Championship
Final
1996
Cup Winners Cup
Final
Narciso
PISACRETA
(Linesman)
2004
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Narciso
PISACRETA
(Linesman)
2002
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2004
European Nations Championship
Semi-Final
Narciso
PISACRETA
(Linesman)
2004
UEFA Cup
Final
Nicola
RIZZOLI
(Referee)
2010 UEFA Cup
Final
2013 Champions
Cup Final
2014 World Cup
Final
Nicola
RIZZOLI
(4th Official /
Referee)
2009 (4th Off.)
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2011 (Ref.)
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
2014, 2015 (Ref.)
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2016 (Ref.)
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final

Andrea
DE MARCO
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2010
UEFA Cup
Final
Paolo
CALCAGNO
(Linesman)
2008
European Nations Championship
Inauguration Match
Roberto
ROSETTI
(Referee / 4th Official)
2004 (4th. Off)
UEFA Cup
Final
2008 (Ref.)
European Nations Championship
Final
Roberto
ROSETTI
(Referee)
2005
Confederations Cup
Semi-Final
2008, 2009, 2010
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2009
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
Antonio
SBARDELLA
(Referee)
1970
World Cup
3/4 Place Final
Antonio
SBARDELLA
(Referee)
1968
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Giuseppe
SCARPI
(Linesman)
1938
World Cup
Semi-Final
Paolo
TAGLIAVENTO
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2010
UEFA Cup
Final
2013
Champions Cup
Final
Matteo
TREFOLONI
(4th Official)
2006
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Fiorenzo
TREOSSI
(4th Official)
1999
Champions Cup
Final
Fiorenzo
TREOSSI
(4th Official)
2002
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Francesco
FRANCESCON
(Linesman)
1968
Champions Cup
Final
Agostino
GAMBA
(Linesman)
1948
Olympics Tournament
Final
Tullio
MANFREDINI
(Linesman)
1996
European Nations
Championship
Final
Gianfranco
MENEGALI
(Referee)
1983
Cup Winners Cup
Final
Donato
NICOLETTI
(Linesman)
1996
European Nations
Championship
Final
Claudio
PUGLISI
(Linesman)
1999
Champions Cup
Final
Giuseppe
CARPANI
(Linesman)
1948
Olympics
Tournament
3/4 Place Final
Francesco
FRANCESCON
(Referee)
1970
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Claudio
PUGLISI
(Linesman)
2002
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Daniele
ORSATO
(4th Official / Additional Assistant Referee / Referee)
2011 (4th Off.)
UEFA Cup
Semi Final
2016 (Add.Ass.Ref.)
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final
2021 (Ref.)
Champions Cup Semi-Final
Mauro
BERGONZI
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2011
UEFA Cup
semi-Final
The second part of all Individual
International and National Honours
won by Azzurri players and officials throughout the years
Since the Italian National Team is among the very few National Teams who almost won all the major competitions and trophies that football can offer, both World and European, it is logically that the azzurri players and officials who achieved this success are bestowed with the major individual awards and honours. The second page of Individual Honours concentrates also on International Honours, namely the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Football Championship All-Star Teams of the Tournament; the various IFFHS / FIFA Best Players and Goalkeepers of the Century awards (World, European and Italian Categories); the FIFA 100 and FIFA Dream Team; the UEFA European Football Championship Top Scorer awards and All Time EURO 11; and all the Italian Referees who controlled the most important matches in the most important competitions in the world of football, being both national representatives and clubs.
Go to History: Individual Honours 3
Go to History: Individual Honours 5
Go to History: Individual Honours 4
Go to History: Individuals Honours 1
Go Back to History Index
2012
POLAND - UKRAINE
Daniele
DE ROSSI
Midfielder
Andrea
PIRLO
Midfielder
Mario B.
BALOTELLI
Forward
Gianluigi
BUFFON
Goalkeeper
THE TROPHY
Name - UEFA EURO Adidas Golden Boot
Material - Gold Adidas football shoe with black lines and Adidas logo held by a small golden tube on a transparent glass block with a golden plate for details.
Size - Same size of a normal football shoe
Used - For the last 3 editions, since 2004. If more than one player finishes top scorer, the trophy is awarded to the player with the highest assists and the fewest minutes played.
Winners - 2004- Baros (Czech Republic), 2008 - Villa D. (Spain), 2012 - Torres (Spain), 2016 - Griezmann (France).
Mario B.
BALOTELLI
(Manchester City)
Poland/Ukraine 2012
Final Tournament
(Joint award)

Marcello
NICCHI
(4th Official)
1996
European Nations Championship
Final
Renato
FAVERANI
(Linesman)
2013
Champions Cup
Final
2014
World Cup
Final
Andrea
STEFANI
(Linesman)
2013
Champions Cup
Final
2014
World Cup
Final
Renato
FAVERANI
(Linesman)
2011
Intercontinental Cup
semi-Final
2014
Champions Cup
semi-Final
Andrea
STEFANI
(Linesman /
4th Official)
2011 (Line.)
Intercontinental Cup
semi-Final
2014 (4th Off.)
Champions Cup
Semi Final
Luca
BANTI
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2014, 2015
Champions Cup
semi-Final
2017
UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
Antonio
DAMATO
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2014, 2015
Champions Cup
semi-Final
2016
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final
Nicola
RIZZOLI
(4th Official)
2011
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Renato
FAVERANI
(Additional Assistant
Referee)
2011
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Giancarlo
CARIOLATO
(4th Official)
2015
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
ALL TIME EURO 11
A ONE-TIME PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR, AWARDED BY UEFA.
Winner - Regarded as one of the Best Players in EuropeanFootball History.
Organisers - UEFA (Union of European Football Associations).
Participating Players - All football Players who played in the
European Football Championships.
Award Objective and Structure - The All Time Euro 11 was selected
before the beginning of the EURO 2016. Voters selected the best
eleven players who played in the European Football Championships from 1960 till 2012. The UEFA Technical Committee selected a list of 50 players from which 3.5 million voters selected the squad by voting on the EURO 2016 website or Twitter. All players had to have played in a EURO Semi-Final, had been selected to form part of a EURO Team of the Tournament or became a Top Scorer of one of the EURO Editions, and produced an iconic EURO moment.
First and only Edition - 2016
History - The All Time EURO 11 was composed as follows: Goalkeeper - Buffon G. (Italy); Defenders - Maldini P.  (Italy), Beckenbauer (West Germany), Puyol (Spain), Lahm (Germany); Midfielders - Zidane (France), Pirlo (Italy), Iniesta (Spain); Forwards - Ronaldo C. (Portugal), Henry (France), Van basten (Netherlands).
UEFA ALL TIME EURO 11 MEMBERS
Paolo
MALDINI
(Milan)
Defender
THE TROPHY
No particular trophy was awarded for this award.
Gianluigi
BUFFON
(Juventus)
Goalkeeper
Andrea
PIRLO
(Milan & Juventus)
Midfielder
UEFA ALL TIME EURO 11 - OTHER NOMINATED AZZURRI
Dino
ZOFF
(Napoli & Juventus)
Goalkeeper
Giacinto
FECCHETTI
(Inter)
Defender
Elenito
DI LIBERATORE
(Linesman)
2017
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Mauro
TONOLINI
(Linesman)
2017
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Davide
MASSA
(Additional Assistant Referee)
2017
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Massimiliano
IRRATI
(Additional Assistant Referee / VAR / Assistant VAR)
2017 (Add. Ass. Ref.)
UEFA Super Cup
Final
2018 (VAR)
World Cup
Final
2019 (VAR)
UEFA Cup
Final
2019, 2021 (Ass. VAR)
UEFA Super Cup
Final
2020 (VAR)
Champions Cup
Final

Riccardo
DI FIORE
(Reserve Additional Assistant Referee)
2017
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Gianluca
ROCCHI
(Referee /
4th Official)
2011, 2017,
2018 (Ref.)
UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
2017 (4th. Off)
Confederations Cup
Semi-Final
2018 (Ref.)
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
Filippo
MELI
(4th Official)
2017
UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
Paolo
VALERI
(Additional Assistant Referee / Assistant VAR)
2017, 2018 (Add.Ass.Ref.)
UEFA Cup
semi-Final
2018 (Ass.VAR)
World Cup
Semi-Final
Carlo
DANI
(Linesman)
1928
Olympics Tournament
Semi-Final
Massimiliano
IRRATI
(Additional Assistant
Referee / VAR)
2018 (Add.Ass.Ref.)
UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
2018 (VAR)
World Cup
Semi-Final
Intercontinental Cup
Sem-Final
2021 (VAR)
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
Alessandro
COSTANZO
(4th Official)
2018
UEFA Cup
semi-Final
Massimiliano
IRRATI
(VAR)
2018
World Cup
Inauguration Match
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Daniele
ORSATO
(Assistant VAR)
2018
World Cup
Inauguration Match
Paolo
VALERI
(Assistant VAR)
2018
World Cup
3/4 Place Final
Elenito
DI LIBERATORE
(Linesman / VAR / Assistant VAR)
2011, 2017, 2018 (Lines.) UEFA Cup
Semi-Final
2014, 2015 (Lines.)
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2016 (Lines.)
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final
2017 (VAR)
Confederations Cup
Semi-Final
2018 (Lines & Assistant VAR)
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Finals
Mauro
TONOLINI
(Linesmanl)
2015
Champions Cup
Semi-Final
2016
European Nations
Championship
Semi-Final
2017, 2018
UEFA Cup
SemiFinal
2018
Intercontinental Cup
Semi-Final
Gianluca
ROCCHI
(Referee)
2018
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Elenito
DI LIBERATORE
(Linesman)
2018
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Mauro
TONOLINI
(Linesmanl)
2018
Intercontinental Cup
3/4 Place Final
Filippo
MELI
(Linesman / Reserve Linesman)
2019 (Linesman)
UEFA Cup Final
2021 (Res. Linesman)
UEFA Super Cup
Final
Lorenzo
MANGANELLI
(Linesman)
2019
UEFA Cup
Final
2020
Champions Cup
Final
Daniele
ORSATO
(Referee / 4th. Official)
2019 (4th. Official)
UEFA Cup
Final
2020 (Referee)
Champions Cup
Final
Marco
GUIDA
(Assistant VAR)
2019
UEFA Cup
Final
2020
Champions Cup
Final
Michael
FABRI
(VAR)
2019
Nations League
3/4 Place Final
Marco
DI BELLO
(Assistant VAR)
2019
Nations League
3/4 Place Final
Christian
VIERI
Forward
1998
FRANCE
Alessandro
GIALLATINI
(Linesman)
2020
Champions Cup
Final
Alessandro
GIALLATINI
(Linesman)
2021
Champions Cup
semi-Final
Fabiano
PRETI
(Linesman)
2021
Champions Cup
Semi Final
Marco
GUIDA
(Assistant VAR)
2021
Champions Cup
semi-Final
Davide
MASSA
(4th Official)
2021
Champions Cup
Semi Final