Andrea Carnevale

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Andrea Carnevale
Personal information
Full name Andrea Alessandro Carnevale
Date of birth (1961-01-12) 12 January 1961 (age 53)
Place of birth Monte San Biagio, Italy
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1979 Latina 24 (3)
1979–1981 Avellino 11 (1)
1981–1983 Reggiana 66 (16)
1983 Cagliari 7 (1)
1983–1984 Catania 23 (3)
1984–1986 Udinese 55 (16)
1986–1990 Napoli 105 (31)
1990–1994 AS Roma 51 (15)
1993–1994 Pescara 24 (14)
1994–1995 Udinese 16 (7)
1995–1996 Pescara 28 (10)
Total 410 (117)
National team
1989–1990 Italy 10 (2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 May 2009.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 20 May 2009

Andrea Alessandro Carnevale (born 12 January 1961 in Monte San Biagio) is an Italian former footballer.



After playing for various teams he enjoyed success with Napoli from 1986 to 1990, playing alongside Diego Maradona in which he won two Scudetti, one Coppa Italia and the UEFA Cup once.

In 1990, he moved to Roma, but after 4 goals in his first five games he was suspended for a year for illegal drug use, alongside teammate Angelo Peruzzi. He spent two more years in Rome before playing three seasons in Serie B for Pescara (twice) and Udinese.

National team[edit]

He earned 10 caps and scored 2 goals for the Italy national football team from 1989 to 1990, and was included in the 1990 FIFA World Cup squad when Italy finished third on home soil. Carnevale was a regular starter for the Italians in the run up to the tournament in friendlies and appeared in Italy's first two games.

After being replaced by Totò Schillaci in Italy's opening game with Austria, Carnevale watched on as Schillaci scored 2 minutes later. Carnevale started the next game against USA but after he again failed to score he was once more replaced by Schillaci. It turned out to be his last game for Italy.

Carnevale also played for Italy at the 1988 Summer Olympics.[1]




  1. ^ "Andrea Carnevale Biography and Statistics". Sports Reference. Retrieved 2009-10-26.