Del Piero, Guillit, and 8 Others to be Inducted into Italian Football Hall of Fame

The Italian Football Federation has announced the 10 inductees into the Italian Football Hall of Fame for 2017.

The total list includes Alessandro Del Piero, Ruud Gullit, Osvaldo Bagnoli, Sergio Campana, Bruno Conti, Elisabetta Vignotto, Stefano Farina, Italo Allodi, Renato Dall’Ara e Arpad Weisz.

The official ceremony will be held in the Spring of 2018 at the Museum of Calcio at Coverciano.

Alessandro Del Piero famously played for Juventus from 1993-2012, setting both club records with 705 appearances and 289 goals. Del Piero also earned 91 caps for Gli Azzurri and scored 27 international goals.

Ruud Gullit played for both Milan and Sampdoria during the late 1980s and early 1990s, scoring a total of 62 goals in Serie A.

Bruno Conti earned over 300 appearances with Roma and was part of Italy’s 1982 World Cup winning team.

Renato Dall’Ara was the President of Bologna Football Club from 1934 to 1964, as the club won five Scudetti under his management. Bologna renamed their stadium after him in 1983.

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