|Full name||Stefano Rossini|
|Date of birth||2 February 1971|
|Place of birth||Viadana, Italy|
|?-1994||Italy U21 / Olympic|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 March 2009 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Parma & Inter
Rossini started his career at Parma, who were at that time in Serie B. He joined Italian giant Internazionale in summer 1989, but after a poor season, he left for AC Fiorentina. He made no appearance for La Viola and left for his mother club Parma in November 1990 for their first ever Serie A season.
In the next season, he left for Udinese, where he won Serie A promotion after finishing fourth in Serie B. He moved back to Internazionale in 1992-93 season, but just played four games, including one in Coppa Italia.
He moved back to Udinese in 1993-94 season, where the club were relegated back to Serie B at the end of season.
Rossini joined Piacenza in the summer of 1994, where he again won promotion to Serie A after finishing 1st in Serie B. After Piacenza finished just above the relegated clubs in 1995-96 season, he left for Atalanta, who finished just above Piacenza in that season.
Rossini played with Atalanta until November 1997, when he left for newly promoted Serie A team Lecce. Lecce finished second from bottom and were relegated.
Genoa & Serie B
Rossini played with Genoa from 1998 until 2001, then spent a season at Ternana in Serie B in 2001-02 season. He returned to Genoa for the start of the 2002-03 season. In summer 2003, he joined Como, but Como finished bottom and were relegated to Serie C1. After six months without a club, he joined Cremonese of Serie C1 in January 2005, and won promotion to Serie B after finishing as champions. Cremonese were subsequently relegated in summer 2006.
Rossini joined Reggiana of Serie C2 in summer 2006. In January 2008, after spending 6 months unattached, he signed for Pizzighettone. He left the club at the end of the season, joining Fidenza in Serie D.
Rossini was a member of Italian Olympic team at 1992 Summer Olympics.