Italian Football Hall of Fame

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The Italian Football Hall of Fame, promoted by FIGC, is housed at the Museo del calcio in Coverciano, Italy. It aims to promote the heritage, history, culture and values of Italian football.[1] Since 2011, new members are added every year and are divided into categories: Italian footballer, Italian coach, Italian veteran, Foreign footballer, Italian referee, Italian administrator and Posthumous honours. In 2014, the category Women's football was added.[2][3]

Inductees by year[edit]

Year Italian footballer Italian coach Italian veteran Italian referee Italian administrator Foreign footballer Women's football Posthumous honours
2011 Roberto Baggio Marcello Lippi
Arrigo Sacchi
Gigi Riva Pierluigi Collina Adriano Galliani France Michel Platini Not awarded Ottorino Barassi
Enzo Bearzot
Fulvio Bernardini
Giovanni Ferrari
Artemio Franchi
Giovanni Mauro
Giuseppe Meazza
Silvio Piola
Vittorio Pozzo
Gaetano Scirea
Ferruccio Valcareggi
2012 Paolo Maldini Giovanni Trapattoni Dino Zoff Luigi Agnolin
Paolo Casarin
Giampiero Boniperti Netherlands Marco van Basten Not awarded Concetto Lo Bello
Valentino Mazzola
Nereo Rocco
Angelo Schiavio
2013 Franco Baresi Fabio Capello Gianni Rivera Sergio Gonella
Cesare Gussoni
Massimo Moratti Argentina Gabriel Batistuta Not awarded Eraldo Monzeglio
2014 Fabio Cannavaro Carlo Ancelotti Sandro Mazzola Stefano Braschi Giuseppe Marotta Argentina Diego Maradona Carolina Morace Giacomo Bulgarelli
Carlo Carcano
Ferruccio Novo
2015 Gianluca Vialli Roberto Mancini Marco Tardelli Roberto Rosetti Corrado Ferlaino Brazil Ronaldo Patrizia Panico Umberto Agnelli
Giacinto Facchetti
Helenio Herrera

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