Alessio Tacchinardi

Alessio Tacchinardi 2003

Alessio Tacchinardi ( born July 23, 1975 in Crema (CR ), Italy ) is a retired Italian footballer and current coach.

  • 2.1 In the club
  • 2.2 In the National Team


In the club

Alessio Tacchinardi began his career in 1992 at Atalanta Bergamo and was already in the summer of 1993, committed by Juventus, but decided to leave him for another year to gain experience at Atalanta.

Tacchinardi made ​​his Serie A debut on 24 January 1993 as compared Ancona Calcio, after only nine championship matches played, he joined the 1994/95 season final for Italian giants Juventus. There, he won under coach Marcello Lippi immediately a stock position in the squad and was for years a very important part of the team. With Juve he won numerous trophies at a young age and was able to hold for years against competition such as Didier Deschamps, Paulo Sousa or Edgar Davids.

In the 2003 /04 season, however, stopped him injury problems and, as in the following season Fabio Capello was coach and be favorite student Emerson brought from AS Roma, Tacchinardi lost his regular role. In July 2005, he was eventually loaned to Spain for Villarreal. There he was able to win well and reached in his first season with the club surprisingly the semifinals of the Champions League, but where you failed at Arsenal. In the summer of 2006, the existing loan agreement was extended by one year.

In the summer of 2007 Tacchinardi returned to Juventus, but his contract was dissolved shortly thereafter. In July 2007 he signed a contract with Brescia Calcio in Serie B, which was dissolved in the summer it again.

In the National Team

For the Italian national team graduated Alessio Tacchinardi 1995 to 2003 a total of 13 games.

He made ​​his debut at the age of 20 years on 6 September 1995 against Slovenia. After that, however, he did not come for several years in the Squadra Azzurra used. His remaining twelve matches, he completed zwischen 2000 and 2003.

As a coach

After end of his career as an active player Tacchinardi was active as a coach and first gained experience in the function as a youth coach at his hometown club U.S. Pergocrema, for whom he worked from 2009 to 2012. The same position filled the Italians in the 2012/13 season at Brescia Calcio, before he first principal responsibility led to the 2013/14 season with the direction of the Italian fourth division U.S. Pergolettese a club as a coach.


In the club

  • Italian Champion: 1994/95, 1996/97, 1997/98, 2001/ 02, 2002/ 03, 2004 / 05 *
  • Champions League winner: 1995/96
  • Champions League Runners-up: 1996/97, 1997/98, 2002/ 03
  • World Cup winner: 1996
  • UEFA Super Cup winner: 1996
  • Italian Cup Winners: 1994/95
  • Italian Super Cup: 1995, 1997, 2002, 2003
  • UEFAIntertoto Cup winner: 1999

* Disallowed under the Italian football scandal 2005/2006

In the National Team

  • U-21 European Championship: 1996