Football Legend

Alessandro Del Piero

Alessandro was born in Conegliano, Italy on November 9, 1974. He is a FIFA World Cup Winner in  2006 with Italy’s National Team. 

He began playing football for the local youth club of San Vendemiano at 9 years old. When he was  13 he was selected to play for Padova’s youth team and played his first professional game at the  age of 16. At 18 he was picked up by Juventus where he played for 19 consecutive seasons. Eleven  of those seasons as a captain. He currently holds the record for most appearances (705) and goals  scored (290) by a Juventus player.  

For almost two decades he had the prestigious honor of wearing the number 10 for Juventus, and  was the first club player to have his name matched with that shirt. He also played two seasons  with Sydney FC and one season with the Delhi Dynamos, also wearing the number 10. 

Alessandro's accomplishments are legendary and he has earned the highest accolades from  International football federations, coaching staff, players and fans worldwide. He has won 21  trophies including a UEFA Champions League Trophy, and an Intercontinental Cup for scoring the  winning goal minutes before the end of the game and becoming MVP.  

In 2006 he won the most prestigious trophy a football player can attain, the FIFA World Cup,  playing for the Italian National Team. Scoring a goal in the semi-final and scoring one of the  decisive penalties in the final that clinched the victory to seal the title of FIFA 2006 World Cup  Champions.  

Over his entire career he has made a total of 854 appearances in matches and scored 344 goals. 

Alessandro is currently a Sports Analyst, an Ambassador for several brands, a Restaurant Owner - N10 Los Angeles. He also coaches in his Juventus Soccer Clinics in LA.