List of Serie A players

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This is a list of the top 100 positioned players by number of appearances in Serie A, Italy's top flight football league, during its history starting from the 1929–30 season. This list does not include goals scored during 1944 Campionato Alta Italia and the 1945–46 Serie A-B, held in both rounds.

List[edit]

Players whose names are in bold are still active and currently play in Serie A.

As of 20 May 2018
Position Nation Name Appearances Goals Seasons played Years active Clubs
1 Italy Paolo Maldini 647[1] 29 25 1984−2009 647 Milan
2 Italy Gianluigi Buffon 640[1] 22 1995−2006 2007–2018 168 Parma, 472 Juventus
3 Italy Francesco Totti 619 250 25 1992–2017 608 Roma
4 Argentina Javier Zanetti 615[1] 12 19 1995−2014 615 Internazionale
5 Italy Gianluca Pagliuca 592[1] 19 1987−2005 2006−2007 198 Sampdoria, 165 Internazionale, 206 Bologna, 23 Ascoli
6 Italy Dino Zoff 570 20 1961−1962 1963−1965 1966−1983 4 Udinese, 93 Mantova, 143 Napoli, 330 Juventus
7 Italy Pietro Vierchowod 562[1] 38 20 1980−2000 30 Como, 28 Fiorentina, 30 Roma, 358 Sampdoria, 21 Juventus, 16 Milan, 79 Piacenza
8 Italy Roberto Mancini 541[1] 156 19 1981−2000 30 Bologna, 424 Sampdoria, 87 Lazio
9 Italy Silvio Piola 537 274 21 1929–1943 1946–1947 1948–1954 127 Pro Vercelli, 227 Lazio, 28 Juventus, 155 Novara
10 Italy Enrico Albertosi 532 21 1958−1980 185 Fiorentina, 177 Cagliari, 170 Milan
11 Italy Gianni Rivera 527 128 21 1958−1979 26 Alessandria, 501 Milan
12 Italy Giuseppe Bergomi 519 23 19 1980−1999 519 Internazionale
13 Italy Alberto Gilardino 514 188 18 1999– 17 Piacenza, 39 Hellas Verona, 96 Parma, 94 Milan, 132 Fiorentina, 50 Genoa, 36 Bologna, 33 Palermo, 14 Empoli
14 Italy Ciro Ferrara 500 27 21 1984−2005 247 Napoli, 253 Juventus
15 Italy Giovanni Galli 496 18 1977−1995 259 Fiorentina, 98 Milan, 98 Napoli, 31 Torino, 10 Parma
16 Italy Tarcisio Burgnich 494[1] 6 19 1958−1976 8 Udinese, 13 Juventus, 31 Palermo, 358 Internazionale, 84 Napoli
17 Italy Andrea Pirlo[2] 493[1] 58 19 1994–1995 1997−2015 40 Brescia, 22 Internazionale, 28 Reggina, 284 Milan, 119 Juventus
18 Italy Giuseppe Favalli 486 7 20 1989−1990 1991−2010 59 Cremonese, 298 Lazio, 49 Internazionale, 80 Milan
19 Italy Alessandro Del Piero 478 188 18 1993−2006 2007−2012 478 Juventus
19 Italy Giancarlo De Sisti 478 50 19 1960−1979 222 Roma, 256 Fiorentina
19 Italy Angelo Peruzzi 478 20 1987−2007 16 Roma, 29 Hellas Verona, 208 Juventus, 33 Internazionale, 192 Lazio
22 Italy Giacinto Facchetti 475[1] 59 18 1960−1978 475 Internazionale
23 Italy Franco Baresi 470[1] 12 18 1977−1997 470 Milan
24 Italy Pietro Ferraris II 469 123 18 1929−1950 86 Pro Vercelli, 83 Napoli, 139 Internazionale, 104 Torino, 57 Novara
25 Italy Sergio Cervato 466 45 16 1948−1964 316 Fiorentina, 62 Juventus, 88 SPAL
26 Italy Franco Causio 460 66 18 1967−1986 305 Juventus, 22 Palermo, 83 Udinese, 24 Internazionale, 26 Lecce
27 Brazil Italy José Altafini 459 216 18 1958−1976 205 Milan, 180 Napoli, 74 Juventus
28 Italy Alessandro Costacurta 458 3 20 1987−2007 458 Milan
29 Italy Roberto Baggio 452 205 19 1985−2004 94 Fiorentina, 141 Juventus, 51 Milan, 30 Bologna, 41 Internazionale, 95 Brescia
30 Italy Daniele De Rossi 449 42 17 2002– 449 Roma
31 Italy Dario Dainelli 446 11 18 2000–2018 14 Lecce, 13 Hellas Verona, 60 Brescia, 141 Fiorentina 57 Genoa, 161 Chievo
31 France Sébastien Frey 446[1] 15 1998−2013 35 Internazionale, 30 Hellas Verona, 132 Parma, 175 Fiorentina, 74 Genoa
33 Italy Antonio Di Natale 445 209 14 2002−2016 60 Empoli, 385 Udinese
34 Italy Giampiero Boniperti 443 178 15 1946−1961 443 Juventus
35 Italy Sergio Pellissier 440 108 16 2002−2007 2008– 440 Chievo
36 Italy Mario Corso 436[1] 78 16 1958−1974 413 Internazionale, 23 Genoa
37 Italy Giacomo Mari 426 24 14 1946−1960 113 Atalanta, 133 Juventus, 70 Sampdoria, 110 Padova
38 Italy Francesco Janich 425[1] 16 1956−1972 38 Atalanta, 93 Lazio, 294 Bologna
39 Italy Amedeo Amadei 423 174 16 1936−1956 182 Roma, 70 Internazionale, 171 Napoli
40 Italy Paolo Cannavaro 422 12 18 1999–2006 2007–2018 92 Parma, 24 Hellas Verona, 197 Napoli, 109 Sassuolo
40 Italy Luca Marchegiani 422 16 1988−2005 113 Torino, 243 Lazio, 66 Chievo
42 Italy Fabio Cannavaro 421 14 15 1992−2006 2009−2010 58 Napoli, 212 Parma, 50 Internazionale, 101 Juventus
43 Italy Morgan De Sanctis 419[2] 17 1997−2007 2009−2016 3 Juventus, 194 Udinese, 147 Napoli, 75 Roma
44 Italy Alessandro Mazzola 417[1] 116 17 1960−1977 417 Internazionale
44 Italy Alessandro Nesta 417 8 19 1993−2012 193 Lazio, 224 Milan
46 Italy Francesco Antonioli 416 15 1991−1993 1994−1995 1996−2006 2008−2009 2010−2012 13 Milan, 30 Reggiana, 100 Bologna, 102 Roma, 104 Sampdoria, 67 Cesena
47 Slovenia Samir Handanovič 413 14 2004−2006 2008– 182 Udinese, 3 Treviso, 1 Lazio, 219 Internazionale
48 Italy Cesare Maldini 412 3 15 1952−1967 32 Triestina, 347 Milan, 33 Torino
49 Italy Fabio Quagliarella 410 129 16 1999−2000 2001–2002 2005– 55 Torino, 33 Ascoli, 131 Sampdoria, 73 Udinese, 34 Napoli, 84 Juventus
50 Italy Lido Vieri 409 17 1958−1976 269 Torino, 140 Internazionale
51 Italy Sergio Santarini 406 6 16 1967−1983 14 Internazionale, 344 Roma, 48 Catanzaro
52 Italy Giorgio Ferrini 405 39 15 1960−1975 405 Torino
52 Italy Diego Fuser 405 65 17 1986−2003 49 Torino, 35 Milan, 32 Fiorentina, 188 Lazio, 86 Parma, 15 Roma
52 Italy Giuseppe Savoldi 405 168 15 1965−1982 57 Atalanta, 230 Bologna, 118 Napoli
55 Italy Mauro Tassotti 404[1] 8 17 1978−1997 41 Lazio, 363 Milan
56 Italy Sandro Salvadore 403 16 16 1958−1974 72 Milan, 331 Juventus
56 Italy Lucidio Sentimenti IV 403 4 15 1938−1959 53 Modena, 129 Juventus, 170 Lazio, 48 Vicenza, 3 Torino
56 Italy Luciano Castellini 403 15 1970−1985 201 Torino, 202 Napoli
56 Italy Massimo Gobbi 403 12 15 2004− 71 Cagliari, 81 Fiorentina, 163 Parma, 88 Chievo
56 Italy Romano Fogli 403[1] 13 16 1955−1971 49 Torino, 285 Bologna, 43 Milan, 26 Catania
61 Italy Simone Perrotta 402 43 15 1998−2013 5 Juventus, 56 Bari, 95 Chievo, 246 Roma
62 Italy Gino Armano 401 106 13 1946−1959 57 Alessandria, 255 Internazionale, 89 Torino
62 Italy Carlo Reguzzoni 401 155 15 1929−1948 42 Pro Patria, 359 Bologna
62 Slovakia

Marek Hamšík

401 100 13 2004−2005, 2007–2019 1 Brescia, 400 Napoli
62 Italy Paolo Pulici 401 142 17 1967−1985 335 Torino, 26 Udinese, 40 Fiorentina
66 Italy Antonio Cassano 400 113 16 1999−2006 2007−2017 48 Bari, 118 Roma, 120 Sampdoria, 33 Milan, 28 Internazionale, 53 Parma
66 Italy Teobaldo Depetrini 400 9 18 1930−1951 66 Pro Vercelli, 304 Juventus, 30 Torino
66 Sweden Kurt Hamrin 400 190 15 1956−1971 23 Juventus, 30 Padova, 289 Fiorentina, 36 Milan, 22 Napoli
69 Italy Gaetano Scirea 397 24 15 1972−1988 20 Atalanta, 377 Juventus
69 Italy Guido Vincenzi 397 1 15 1953−1969 109 Internazionale, 288 Sampdoria
71 Netherlands Clarence Seedorf 396 58 14 1995−1996 2000−2012 32 Sampdoria, 64 Internazionale, 300 Milan
72 Italy Matteo Brighi 395[3] 24 16 2000−2016 11 Juventus, 55 Bologna, 22 Parma, 29 Brescia, 89 Chievo 108 Roma, 11 Atalanta, 39 Torino, 31 Sassuolo
73 Italy Fabrizio Ferron 394 16 1988−2003 217 Atalanta, 95 Sampdoria, 4 Internazionale, 64 Hellas Verona, 14 Como
73 Argentina Bruno Pesaola 394 62 13 1950−1964 90 Roma, 64 Novara, 240 Napoli
73 Italy Christian Panucci 394 34 16 1991−1997 1999–2000 2001–2010 31 Genoa, 89 Milan, 26 Internazionale, 229 Roma, 19 Parma
76 Italy Mario Bergamaschi 393 6 14 1950–1964 96 Como, 132 Milan, 165 Sampdoria
76 Italy Giuseppe Sabadini 393 17 18 1965−1985 90 Sampdoria, 161 Milan, 111 Catanzaro, 16 Catania, 15 Ascoli
78 Italy Massimo Ambrosini 392 30 19 1995–2014 344 Milan, 27 Vicenza, 21 Fiorentina
78 Italy Alessandro Gamberini 392 8 17 1995–2014 78 Bologna, 194 Fiorentina, 25 Napoli, 10 Genoa, 85 Chievo
78 Italy Giuseppe Baresi 392 10 15 1977–1992 392 Internazionale
81 Italy Carlo Annovazzi 391 65 12 1946–1958 252 Milan, 139 Atalanta
81 Italy Giacomo Bulgarelli 391[1] 43 17 1958–1975 391 Bologna
81 Italy Luigi Di Biagio 391 59 15 1988–2007 1 Lazio, 87 Foggia, 114 Roma, 117 Internazionale, 65 Brescia, 7 Ascoli
84 Italy Simone Vergassola 390 28 14 1996–1999 2001–2013 48 Sampdoria, 61 Torino, 281 Siena
85 Republic of Macedonia Goran Pandev 389 83 15 2003−2014 2015– 20 Ancona, 159 Lazio, 46 Internazionale, 92 Napoli, 72 Genoa
85 Italy Giampiero Pinzi 389[3] 21 17 1999–2016 305 Udinese, 84 Chievo
87 Italy Gaudenzio Bernasconi 388 1 13 1952–1965 54 Atalanta, 334 Sampdoria
88 Italy Giuseppe Furino 388 9 16 1968–1984 27 Palermo, 361 Juventus
89 Italy Giuseppe Bruscolotti 387 9 16 1972-88 387 Napoli
89 Italy Francesco Morini 387 15 1963–1979 131 Sampdoria, 256 Juventus
89 Italy Stefano Tacconi 387 15 1980–1995 90 Avellino, 254 Juventus, 43 Genoa
92 Italy Ivano Blason 386 19 15 1946–1962 125 Triestina, 85 Internazionale, 176 Padova
92 Italy Giacomo Losi 386 3 15 1954–1969 386 Roma
92 Italy Alessandro Lucarelli 386[3] 20 13 1998−2000 2001–2002 2004–2008 2009–2015 70 Piacenza, 27 Livorno, 67 Reggina, 29 Genoa, 193 Parma
95 Italy Fausto Pari 384[1] 7 15 1980−1997 1 Internazionale, 272 Sampdoria, 81 Napoli, 30 Piacenza
96 Argentina Néstor Sensini 383 22 15 1989−2006 168 Udinese, 191 Parma, 24 Lazio
97 Italy Gabriele Oriali 382 40 17 1970−1987 277 Internazionale, 105 Fiorentina
98 Chile David Pizarro[2] 381 28 16 1999−2015 126 Udinese, 24 Internazionale, 148 Roma, 83 Fiorentina
98 Italy Piero Pasinati 381 41 14 1929−1943 331 Triestina, 21 Milan, 29 Novara
98 Italy Cristian Zaccardo 381[3] 22 14 2001−2008 2009–2016 79 Bologna, 142 Palermo, 118 Parma, 15 Milan, 27 Carpi
99 Italy Nicola Amoruso 380 113 16 1993−2010 8 Sampdoria, 33 Padova, 62 Juventus, 32 Perugia, 30 Napoli, 14 Como, 25 Modena, 22 Messina, 96 Reggina, 20 Torino, 6 Siena, 17 Parma, 15 Atalanta
99 Italy Enrico Chiesa 380 138 16 1988−1989 1992–1993 1994–2008 54 Sampdoria, 34 Cremonese, 92 Parma, 59 Fiorentina, 12 Lazio, 129 Siena
99 Italy Marino Perani 380[1] 78 18 1956−1974 31 Atalanta, 321 Bologna, 28 Padova
99 Italy Francesco Toldo 380 16 1994−2010 233 Fiorentina, 147 Internazionale
99 Italy Riccardo Montolivo 380 28 14 2004- 32 Atalanta, 219 Fiorentina, 129 Milan

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Appearances in play-off matches are not considered.
  2. ^ a b c Player active in a league outside Italy.
  3. ^ a b c d Player active in a lower Italian league.