|Full name||Guido Gratton|
|Date of birth||October 23, 1932|
|Place of birth||Monfalcone, Italy|
|Date of death||November 26, 1996(aged 64)|
|Place of death||Bagno a Ripoli, Italy|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Guido Gratton (September 23, 1932 Monfalcone, Italy - November 26, 1996 Bagno a Ripoli, Italy) was an Italian football (soccer) player. A Friulian from Monfalcone, Guido Gratton played for Fiorentina in the 1950s, together with players such as Julinho, Virgili, and Montuori. With him the team won one championship, 4 consecutive 2nd place finishes and one Champions Cup final lost to Real Madrid.
In the 1958-59 season the team established the record for goals scored in an 18-team league (95, nearly 3 goals per game). He also played offensive midfield for the national team where he earned eleven caps, scored 3 goals and was on the roster for the 1954 World Cup. Before his time with the 'Gigliati' he played for Parma, Vicenza and Como. In 1960 he went to play for Napoli and finally Lazio at the age of thirty.
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