|Date of birth||6 February 1986|
|Place of birth||Recanati, Italy|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|2006–2007||→ Ascoli (loan)||32||(6)|
|2008||→ Atalanta (loan)||9||(0)|
|2008–2009||→ Catania (loan)||26||(7)|
|2010||→ Juventus (loan)||4||(0)|
|2011||→ Palermo (loan)||2||(0)|
|2011–2012||→ Vicenza (loan)||41||(11)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 October 2017.
Juventus and loans
Paolucci came through the ranks at Juventus. After graduating from their Primavera youth team. However, despite being called up to the first team he never made an official Serie A appearance for the Old Lady.
In 2006–07 season he was loaned to Ascoli, made his team and Serie A debut on 10 September 2006, against Atalanta B.C.. After his successful spell at Ascoli where he would go on to score 6 goals in 32 Serie A appearances, he returned shortly to Juventus.
Udinese and loans
In summer 2007, he moved to Udinese on joint-ownership deal, as part of the Vincenzo Iaquinta deal to join Juventus, as tagged for €1.35million. He made his official game debut in Coppa Italia, scored two goals against A.S. Bari on 29 August 2007. . He made just 2 appearances in 5 months at Udinese
In January 2008 Juventus and Udinese loaned him out to Atalanta, where he would play until 30 June 2008.
During the 2008–09 summer transfer window, Juventus and Udinese again loaned Paolucci out, this time to Sicilian giants, Catania. He was a revelation for a high-flying Catania side who was fighting for UEFA Cup places until a mid-season stumble.[according to whom?] He scored 7 goals that season, in the Serie A and had been regularly included in first team action, under coach Walter Zenga. He made a total of 28 starts for the club. It was also the most successful Serie A season of his career.
Siena and loans
In June 2009, Paolucci returned to Udinese, but was immediately bought back fully by Juventus for €3.3million. On 8 July 2009 he joined Siena in co-ownership for the same price in 5-year contract. Paolucci did not manage to hold down a regular starting place at Siena to some surprise, making just 10 Serie A appearances, and scoring just twice.
After not obtaining a regular starting place and also due to Juventus' striker injury crisis, he was loan back by Juventus on 16 January 2010, by Juve paid Siena €500,000. Originally acquired as addition to an injury-ridden team, Paolucci never broke into the first team and ended his second Juve stint with only four league appearances before to return to Siena, now relegated in the Serie B league.
After a disappointing period at Siena, with only one second-division appearance with the Tuscans, Paolucci accepted a loan move to Palermo on 31 January 2011, replacing the left of former Siena teammate Massimo Maccarone. He made his debut with the Sicilians only two days later, replacing Fabrizio Miccoli in the final minutes of a home game against his former team Juventus, ended in a 2–1 win for Palermo. Siena elected to loan him out once again to Vicenza for the 2011–12 season after the club acquired the residual 50% rights from Juve for free.
On 9 December 2015, Paolucci signed a six-month contract with Romanian side Petrolul, with an option to extend it by a further year.
Catania ad Ancona
Floriana Football Club and Malta
On the 18th of January 2018 , Paolucci after negotiating his release with Monopoli joined Maltese side Floriana who play in the BOV Premier League, the top league on the Maltese islands, Under the helm of president Riccardo Gaucci
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