Biography and career records of Andrea Pirlo (Won the 2006 World Cup with Italy, 6 Serie-A titles with AC Milan & Juventus)

Biography and career records of Andrea Pirlo (Won the 2006 World Cup with Italy, 6 Serie-A titles with AC Milan & Juventus)

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Andrea Pirlo:

Biography and career records of Andrea Pirlo (Won the 2006 World Cup with Italy, 6 Serie-A titles with AC Milan & Juventus)

Date of Birth: 19 May 1979

Andrea Pirlo won the 2006 World Cup with Italy. He is in the best team AC Milan. In addition, he won five times in a row against Juventus.

Andrea Pirlo is a master in midfield. He takes the lead in the fight, never gives up, and always applies pressure.

Pirlo started his club career in 1995 as a striker for Brescia. He won Serie B in 1997. Then he signed with Inter Milan, but after a short playing season and a loan period at the club, he moved to rival AC Milan in 2001.

There, Pirlo grew to emerge as a world-magnificence participant. He gained six Serie A titles and  UEFA Champions League titles. similarly, he won two UEFA first rate Cups, FIFA club global Cup, Coppa Italia, and Supercoppa Italiana.

Andrea Pirlo Personal Information

  • Nation: Italy
  • Height: 177cm
  • Position: Deeplaying midfielder
  • Career Duration: 1995-2017
  • Career Goals: 74
  • International Caps: 116
  • International Goals: 13
  • Worldcup participation: 2006, 2010, 2014

Club & Country Honours

2006 Fifa Worldcup winner

  • 2 times UEFA Champions League winner
  • 6 Times Serie-A winner
  • 2 Times Coppa Italia winner
  • 3 Times Supercopa Italiana winner
  • 2 times UEFA Super Cup Winner
  • 2007 Fifa club WorldCup winner
  • 2004, Olympic Bronze Medal winner
  • 2012 UEFA Euro runner-up

Individual Awards

  • UEFA European Under-21 Championship Golden Player
  • 2006 FIFA World Cup All-star team
  • 2006 FIFA World Cup Top Assist Provider
  • Worldcup Final Man of the Match
  • 2006 FIFPro World XI
  • ESPN World Team of the Decade
  • 2012 UEFA European Championship Teams of the Tournament
  • 2012 UEFA Team of the year
  • 5 times Serie-A team of the year
  • 3 times Serie-A Footballer of the year
  • AC Milan Hall of Fame
  • Juventus’ Greatest XI of All Time
  • 2018 AIC Lifetime Achievement Award The 2019 Italian Football Hall of Fame