Italy national under-15 football team
|Association||Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio|
|Head coach||Antonio Rocca|
| Italy 2–0 Morocco
(Nice, France; 19 June 2003)
The Italy U15 football team is a feeder team of Italy U16.
In the past, the commencing of national under-15 team depends on the result of Italy national under-17 football team. Usually, as U17 team failed to qualify to UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship, the disqualified U17 team (U17 season ended earlier) became U18 team and the U16 feeder team would changed it name to U17 (U17 team of next season starts earlier), thus a new U-16 team started. However, in 2002–03, U17 qualified to the final tournament, thus the aforementioned cycle did not start, thus the new U16 roster of next season (2003–04) finally carried the U15 for 2002–03 season, despite a friendly tournament in June 2003. However, U15 team did not appeared in 2005 nor 2009, which U17 also qualified. Instead, a summer training camp was held for U14–15 in recent years, for example, in 2007., 2009 as well as Christmas youth tournament with U16. (e.g.: 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008; 2009)
The under-15 team finally born in 2011–12 season as a feeder team of Italy national under-16 football team regardless of the result of U17.
Majority of the squad was selected from national "giovanissimi" under-15 league.
As of February 2013
- Goalkeeper: Pissardo (FC Internazionale), Vitali (AC Perugia)
- Defense: Benedetti (ACF Fiorentina), Llamas (Milan), Mattioli (FC Internazionale), Merlini (FC Internazionale), Scalera (AC Bari), Spinelli (AC Milan)
- Midfielder: Conti (FC Juventus), Locatelli (AC Milan), Morselli (FC Juventus), Mosti (FBC Empoli), Scuderi (Borussia Dortmund), La Ferrara (AC Milan)
- Striker: Cutrone (AC Milan), Di Nolfo (AS Roma), Trovato (ACF Fiorentina), Vago (FC Internazionale)