Filippo Galli

Filippo Galli ( born May 19, 1963 in Monza, Italy ) is a retired Italian footballer.

In his career he won, among others, three times the UEFA Champions League and was five time Italian champion with AC Milan, where he played 1983-1996 for 13 years. With the U -21 National team of Italy in the European Championship in 1984, he was there.

Playing career

Galli played in the youth teams of AC Milan and was loaned to Pescara Calcio 1982 season, where he came to 28 inserts and scored a goal.

Between summer 1983 and November 1996 Filippo Galli played at AC Milan. With Milan, he won almost everything, including the UEFA Champions League ( three times) and the Italian Serie A ( five times ). In defense, Milan he was a replacement for Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Costacurta, Franco Baresi and Mauro Tassotti, these four players were longtime Milan defender.

Between 1996 and 2001, played two years at Galli Reggiana and three at Brescia Calcio. In the 2001 /02 season Galli was active when Watford FC in the Football League First Division.

Galli ended his career at AC Pro Sesto in the fourth highest Italian league.

In the National Team

Filippo Galli graduated seven games for the Italian U- 21 team.

Coaching career

Galli trained, among others, the youth team of AC Milan.


  • Italian Champion: 1987/88, 1991/92, 1992/93, 1993/94, 1995/96
  • Italian Super Cup winner: 1988, 1992, 1993, 1994
  • European Cup Winners ' Cup: 1988/89, 1989/90
  • UEFA Champions League winner: 1993/94
  • UEFA Super Cup winner: 1989, 1990, 1994
  • World Cup Winners (2): 1989, 1990