|Full name||Gianpietro (also: Gianpiero or Giampietro) Piovani|
|Date of birth||June 12, 1968|
|Place of birth||Orzinuovi, Lombardia, Italy|
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Manager(Defensive midfielder)|
|2003–2004||S.S.D. Sporting Lucchese||26||(2)|
|2005–2006||U.S. Ivrea Calci||41||(1)|
|2006–2008||A.C. Rodengo Saiano||44||(9)|
|2008–2009||Nuova Verolese Calcio||19||(5)|
|2009||Padania national football team||2||(1)|
|2009–2010||Nuova Verolese Calcio|
|2010–2011||A.C. Rodengo Saiano|
|2011-2012||U.S. Darfo Boario S.S.D.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 July 2008.
† Appearances (Goals).
Career a player
The early years
Piovani's long football career began in the football season of 1985 - 1986, when, although he was still very young, he joined Brescia Calcio and played 13 matches. He then moved to Parma F.C., which had just returned to B under Arrigo Sacchi. He was trained by the famous coach 1 year long and had 30 appearances and shot 4 goals. When the coach went A.C. Milan Piovani returned to Brescia. He was then fetched by coach Claudio Ranieri to Cagliari Calcio, where he helped to promote to Serie B.
11 years Piovani played for Piacenza Calcio. In this period Piacenza achieved its best so far: 12th in Serie A 1997/1998.
Aged 41 Piovani was capped for the first time time for Padania national football team, which hosts the 2009 VIVA World Cup. In his first international match June 22, 2009 he achieved the winning goal.
Career as a manager
After his retirement, in the season 2009-10 he became the manager of Nuova Verolese Calcio.
He in the season 2011-12 became the head coach of Darfo Boario until the end of the season.