Andrea Pirlo Biography & Career Records(Won 2006 Worldcup With Italy, 6 Serie-A Titles With AC Milan & Juventus)

Andrea Pirlo

Andrea Pirlo

Date of Birth: 19 May 1979

Andrea Pirlo won the 2006 Worldcup with Italy. He was part of AC Milan’s greatest team. Moreover, He leads Juventus to win the league for consecutive 5 times.

Andrea Pirlo is the Maestro of midfield. He always bossing around in the opposition box, showing no sign to let go, always pressing high.

Pirlo began his club career in 1995 as an attacking midfielder with hometown club Brescia. He won Serie B in 1997. Later he signed for Inter Milan but limited game time and loans away from the club saw him transfer to cross-city rivals AC Milan in 2001.

There, Pirlo matured into a world-class player. He then won six Serie A titles and two UEFA Champions Leagues. Furthermore, he won two UEFA Super Cups, a FIFA Club World Cup, a Coppa Italia, and a Supercoppa Italiana.

Andrea Pirlo Personal Information

  • Nation: Italy
  • Height: 177cm
  • Position: Deeplaying midfielder
  • Career Duration: 1995-2017
  • Career Goals: 74
  • International Caps: 116
  • Interntional Goals: 13
  • Worldcup participation: 2006, 2010, 2014

Club & Country Honours

  • 2006 Fifa Worldcup winner
  • 2 Times UEFA Champions League winner
  • 6 Times Serie-A winner
  • 2 Times Coppa Italia winner
  • 3 Times Supercopa Italiana winner
  • 2 Times UEFA Super Cup Winner
  • 2007 Fifa club worldcup winner
  • 2004, Oylampic Bronze Medal winner
  • 2012 UEFA Euro runner-up

Individual Awards

  • UEFA European Under-21 Championship Golden Player
  • 2006 FIFA World Cup All-star team
  • 2006 FIFA World Cup Top Assist Provider
  • Worldcup Final Man of the Match
  • 2006 FIFPro World XI
  • ESPN World Team of the Decade
  • 2012 UEFA European Championship Teams of the Tournament
  • 2012 UEFA Team of the year
  • 5 times Serie-A team of the year
  • 3 times Serie-A Footballer of the year
  • AC Milan Hall of Fame
  • Juventus Greatest XI of All Time
  • 2018 AIC Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2019 Italian Football Hall of Fame

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