List of Parma Calcio 1913 players

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S.S.D. Parma Calcio 1913 is an Italian professional football club based in Parma, Emilia-Romagna, which currently plays in the Serie D. It was founded in 1913 as Parma Foot Ball Club, began playing league football in 1919 and moved into current home the Stadio Ennio Tardini in 1923. Since those early days the club's first team has competed in numerous nationally and internationally organised competitions. All players who have played in 100 or more such matches are listed below. Appearances and goals are for league matches only; substitute appearances are included.

Ivo Cocconi is the player who has made most appearances for the club in league competition, while William Bronzoni is the club's record league goalscorer, having scored 78 league goals during his Parma career; those goals coming in 201 matches in an eight-year period following the Second World War ending in 1953. Hernán Crespo came close to beating that record, but just fell short when he left the club in early 2012, scoring 72 times in the league. He does, however, hold the scoring record for all competitions, having netted 94 times.

List of players[edit]

  • Appearances and goals are for league matches only.
  • Players are listed according to the date of their first team debut for the club.
  Players who represented their country while at the club.

Statistics correct as of 30 August 2017

Table headers
  • Nationality – If a player played international football, the country/countries he played for are shown. Otherwise, the player's nationality is given as their country of birth.
  • Parma career – The year of the player's first appearance for Parma to the year of his last appearance.
  • Appearances – The number of games appeared in, including those played as a substitute.
Positions key
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Striker

Players whose name is in bold currently play for the club.

List of S.S.D. Parma Calcio 1913 players with at least 100 league appearances
Name Nationality Position Parma career Appearances Goals Ref
Mistrali, TitoTito Mistrali  Italy FW 1921–1927
1929–1931
109 40
Mattioli, AlfredoAlfredo Mattioli  Italy FW 1921–1931
1933–1935
206 33
Franzini, SaulleSaulle Franzini  Italy MF 1921–1927
1929–1932
117 11
Mazzoni, GiovanniGiovanni Mazzoni  Italy MF 1922–1934 242 9 [1][2]
Cresci, BrunoBruno Cresci  Italy MF 1927–1938 183 5
Quaglietti, AntonioAntonio Quaglietti  Italy MF 1925–1932 121 21
Negroni, WalterWalter Negroni  Italy DF 1928–1938 175 2
Giuberti, GinoGino Giuberti  Italy MF 1929–1935
1941–1946
113 2
Stocchi, GiuseppeGiuseppe Stocchi  Italy 1929–1936 128 52
Paini, DinoDino Paini  Italy MF 1929–1937 119 30
Poli, RiccardoRiccardo Poli  Italy 1929–1935 122 32
Ponticelli, AugustoAugusto Ponticelli  Italy 1930–1941 236 12 [2]
Cavazzuti, MarinoMarino Cavazzuti  Italy MF 1932–1940 123 4
Del Grosso, LuigiLuigi Del Grosso  Italy FW 1933–1936
1940–1941
1946–1947
115 42
Lombatti, VenutoVenuto Lombatti  Italy MF 1939–1946 123 27
Bronzoni, WilliamWilliam Bronzoni  Italy FW 1945–1953 206 79
Bonzagni, EliosElios Bonzagni  Italy FW 1946–1953 115 4
Berruti, FrancescoFrancesco Berruti  Italy MF 1946–1951 113 15
Taucar, RaimondoRaimondo Taucar  Italy DF 1949–1955 182 1
Sassi, RenzoRenzo Sassi  Italy MF 1948–1952
1962–1965
122 2
Cocconi, IvoIvo Cocconi  Italy DF 1950–1962 308 3 [2][3]
Korostelev, JúliusJúlius Korostelev  Czechoslovakia MF 1951–1956 113 49
Menozzi, GinoGino Menozzi  Italy GK 1951–1956 120 0
Alfier, BrunoBruno Alfier  Italy GK 1951–1958 109 4
Vycpálek, CestmírCestmír Vycpálek  Czechoslovakia MF 1952–1958 151 29
Darni, ClaudioClaudio Darni  Italy DF 1953–1959 131 1
Miniussi, PieroPiero Miniussi  Italy MF 1954–1958 106 3
Azzali, CarloCarlo Azzali  Italy MF 1956–1960 118 8
Calzolari, GiuseppeGiuseppe Calzolari  Italy MF 1958–1961
1964–1965
113 29
Polli, ErmesErmes Polli  Italy DF 1958–1969 307 2 [1][2]
Sentimenti, PrimoPrimo Sentimenti  Italy DF 1959–1964 113 0
Silvagna, AldoAldo Silvagna  Italy DF 1959–1967 213 6 [2]
Neri, OlmesOlmes Neri  Italy MF 1960–1964 114 4
Recchia, AlbertoAlberto Recchia  Italy GK 1960–1963 108 0
Fontana, Gian PaoloGian Paolo Fontana  Italy DF 1961–1969 193 6
Meregalli, GiovanniGiovanni Meregalli  Italy FW 1961–1963
1964–1965
104 15
Uccelli, GianniGianni Uccelli  Italy GK 1961–1969 122 0
Grulla, GiuseppeGiuseppe Grulla  Italy DF 1964–1971 133 1
Regali, GiuseppeGiuseppe Regali  Italy MF 1969–1974 157 12
Piaser, BrunoBruno Piaser  Italy DF 1969–1973 116 2
Bonci, FabioFabio Bonci  Italy FW 1971–1972
1974–1975
1978–1980
121 44
Colonnelli, GiovanniGiovanni Colonnelli  Italy MF 1971–1979 242 18[2]
Toscani, ItaloItalo Toscani  Italy FW 1973–1974
1978–1982
103 4
Daolio, FaustoFausto Daolio  Italy MF 1972–1976 159 9
Benedetto, MicheleMichele Benedetto  Italy DF 1972–1977 174 1
Rizzati, AlbertoAlberto Rizzati  Italy FW 1972–1974
1975–1977
130 49
Torresani, MarcoMarco Torresani  Italy FW 1975–1980 172 8
Aselli, FabioFabio Aselli  Italy MF 1980–1985 139 6
Pin, GabrieleGabriele Pin  Italy MF 1983–1985
1992–1996
165 9
Mussi, RobertoRoberto Mussi  Italy DF 1984–1987
1994–1999
213 2 [2]
Fiorin, ValerianoValeriano Fiorin  Italy MF 1985–1989 126 3
Melli, AlessandroAlessandro Melli  Italy FW 1985–1994
1995–1997
241 56 [2][4]
Bucci, LucaLuca Bucci  Italy GK 1986–1987
1988–1990
1993–1997
2005–2008
181 0
Apolloni, LuigiLuigi Apolloni  Italy DF 1987–2000 304 8 [1][2]
Gambaro, EnzoEnzo Gambaro  Italy DF 1987–1991 132 4
Minotti, LorenzoLorenzo Minotti  Italy DF 1987–1996 280 29 [1][2]
Osio, MarcoMarco Osio  Italy MF 1987–1993 175 29
Zoratto, DanieleDaniele Zoratto  Italy MF 1989–1994 144 0
Brolin, TomasTomas Brolin  Sweden FW 1990–1995
1997
144 20
Grün, GeorgesGeorges Grün  Belgium DF 1990–1994 109 9
Benarrivo, AntonioAntonio Benarrivo  Italy DF 1991–2004 258 5 [2][5]
Di Chiara, AlbertoAlberto Di Chiara  Italy DF 1991–1996 142 5
Asprilla, FaustinoFaustino Asprilla  Colombia FW 1992–1996
1998–1999
106 26
Crippa, MassimoMassimo Crippa  Italy MF 1993–1998 147 9
Zola, GianfrancoGianfranco Zola  Italy FW 1993–1996 102 49
Baggio, DinoDino Baggio  Italy MF 1994–2000 173 19
Couto, FernandoFernando Couto  Portugal DF 1994–1996
2005–2008
102 5
Sensini, Roberto NéstorRoberto Néstor Sensini  Argentina DF 1994–1999
2001–2002
191 11
Cannavaro, FabioFabio Cannavaro  Italy DF 1995–2002 213 4 [2][6]
Buffon, GianluigiGianluigi Buffon  Italy GK 1995–2001 168 0 [7]
Crespo, HernánHernán Crespo  Argentina FW 1996–2000
2010–2012
163 72 [8]
Thuram, LilianLilian Thuram  France DF 1996–2001 163 1
Frey, SébastienSébastien Frey  France GK 2001–2005 132 0 [9]
Marchionni, MarcoMarco Marchionni  Italy MF 2001–2006
2012–2014
173 15 [10]
Bonera, DanieleDaniele Bonera  Italy DF 2002–2006 114 1 [11]
Bresciano, MarkMark Bresciano  Australia MF 2002–2006 123 19 [12]
Morfeo, DomenicoDomenico Morfeo  Italy MF 2003–2008 112 16
Paci, MassimoMassimo Paci  Italy DF 2006–2011 124 5 [13]
Castellini, PaoloPaolo Castellini  Italy DF 2006–2010 136 1 [14]
Morrone, StefanoStefano Morrone  Italy MF 2007–2013 169 9 [15]
Lucarelli, AlessandroAlessandro Lucarelli  Italy DF 2008–present 302 16 [16]
Mirante, AntonioAntonio Mirante  Italy GK 2009–2015 204 0 [17]
Zaccardo, CristianCristian Zaccardo  Italy DF 2009–2013 118 10 [18]
Biabiany, JonathanJonathan Biabiany  France FW 2009–2010
2011–2015
137 20 [19]
Gobbi, MassimoMassimo Gobbi  Italy MF 2010–2015 155 4 [20]
Paletta, GabrielGabriel Paletta  Italy DF 2010–2015 122 5 [21]
Galloppa, DanieleDaniele Galloppa  Italy MF 2009–2015 105 4 [22]

Club captains[edit]

The current captain is Alessandro Lucarelli.

Club captains
Dates Name Notes
Italy William Bronzoni[23]
–1996[24] Italy Lorenzo Minotti Captain for the 1992 Coppa Italia, 1993 European Cup Winners' Cup, 1993 European Super Cup and 1995 UEFA Cup victories
–1999 Argentina Roberto Néstor Sensini Captain for the 1999 UEFA Cup and 1999 Coppa Italia victories
1999–2001 France Lilian Thuram
2001–2002[24] Italy Fabio Cannavaro Club captain for the 2002 Coppa Italia victory, although Antonio Benarrivo led the team on-field
2002 Italy Marco Di Vaio
2002–2003 France Sabri Lamouchi
2003[25] Romania Adrian Mutu
2003–2004[26][27] Italy Matteo Ferrari
2004–2007[28] Italy Giuseppe Cardone
2007–2008 Italy Giulio Falcone
2008–2009[29] Italy Cristiano Lucarelli
2009–2013[30] Italy Stefano Morrone
2013–present[30] Italy Alessandro Lucarelli

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