Pierino Prati

Pierino Prati (born 13 December 1946 in Cinisello Balsamo ) is a former Italian football player and coach.

  • 2.1 In the club
  • 2.2 In the National Team
  • 2.3 Custom


In the club

Prati began his active player career at Salernitana Calcio in Serie C. In 1966 he first came to AC Milan, but he was given a little later at the Savona FC in the B series. After a good year in Savona, he went back to Milan and stayed there until 1973. During this time he won with the Rossoneri under Nereo Rocco 1968, the Italian championship in 1972 and 1973, the Italian Cup, the 1969 European Champions Cup in 1968 and 1973 the European Cup Winners' Cup and the 1969 world Cup. In the 1967/68 season Prati was even top scorer in Serie A. After the successful years in the north of the country went to the capital Rome to Roma. He stayed four years in the Eternal City. After a year of Florence at Fiorentina to a year Savona FC is Prati tried in the United States at the Rochester Lancers. After only six games, he returned to Savona and let finish his career in the C series.

In the National Team

Pierino Prati International announced his debut for the Italian national football team under Ferruccio Valcareggi on April 6, 1968 against Bulgaria. He participated in the European Football Championship in 1968 partly in their own country and won with the Azzurri the title. In the 1970 World Cup in Mexico Prati was second with the national team.


In the club

  • Italian Champion: 1967/68
  • Italian Cup Winners: 1971/72, 1972/73
  • European Cup Winners ' Cup: 1968/69
  • European Cup Winners Cup Winners: 1967/68, 1972/73
  • World Cup winner: 1969

In the National Team

  • European Championship: 1968
  • Vice World Champion: 1970


  • Scorer of the Serie A 1967/68