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Pippo Inzaghi’s professional debut came wearing the colors of the team of his hometown. Four seasons interspersed with loans first to Leffe and subsequently to Verona, where he began to gain experience and become familiar with the goal and goal-scoring. And it was here playing for Verona that the myth of "Super Pippo" was born. His return to Piacenza is the prelude to his debut in the topflight.

44 appearances - 17 gol

1991-1995

Piacenza

His time at Parmamarks Inzaghi’s entrance onto the stage of topflight football and is the beginning of his incredible career as a striker ultimately leading him to become one of the most prolific scorers ever in European competitions. Regardless of whether he was playing against Halmstad or Bayern Munich, in the years to come, European cup nights were to be bear the mark of Pippo for almost twenty years.

22 appearances - 4 gol

1995-1996

Parma

In his only season at Atalanta, Inzaghi achieved his first great satisfaction on a personal level: the title of top scorer of the Serie A with 24 goals in a more thanpositive season for the team of Bergamo, spurred on by the goals of their striker to reach a mid-table ranking.

34 appearances - 25 gol

1996-1997

Atalanta

His first year at Juventus coincided with the Bianconeri winning the Scudetto to which Inzaghi contributed with a high goal tally. Inthe same season, an Italian Super Cup and an Intertoto Cup were also added to the club’s trophy cabinet. 

165 appearances - 89 gol

1997-2001

Juventus

The most recent European victories for the Rossoneri bear the Filippo Inzaghi trademark. Both the 2003 campaign and the 2007 “revenge” triumph were achieved thanks his goals. The in-between years brought other trophies to the club: a Scudetto, an Italian Cup, an Italian Super Cup, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup.

300 appearances - 126 gol

2001-2012

Milan

10 years of being capped and proudly adorning the “azzurro” shirt representing his country and a great contribution to the most yearned for victory: the 2006 FIFA WorldCup in Germany. With 25 goals under his belt, Inzaghi is ranked sixth in the all-time classification of Italian national team scorers.

57 appearances - 25 gol

1997-2007

Italy

1991-1995

Piacenza

Pippo Inzaghi’s professional debut came wearing the colors of the team of his hometown. Four seasons interspersed with loans first to Leffe and subsequently to Verona, where he began to gain experience and become familiar with the goal and goal-scoring. And it was here playing for Verona that the myth of "Super Pippo" was born. His return to Piacenza is the prelude to his debut in the topflight.

44 appearances - 17 gol

1995-1996

Parma

His time at Parmamarks Inzaghi’s entrance onto the stage of topflight football and is the beginning of his incredible career as a striker ultimately leading him to become one of the most prolific scorers ever in European competitions. Regardless of whether he was playing against Halmstad or Bayern Munich, in the years to come, European cup nights were to be bear the mark of Pippo for almost twenty years.

22 appearances - 4 gol

1996-1997

Atalanta

In his only season at Atalanta, Inzaghi achieved his first great satisfaction on a personal level: the title of top scorer of the Serie A with 24 goals in a more thanpositive season for the team of Bergamo, spurred on by the goals of their striker to reach a mid-table ranking.

34 appearances - 25 gol

1997-2001

Juventus

His first year at Juventus coincided with the Bianconeri winning the Scudetto to which Inzaghi contributed with a high goal tally. Inthe same season, an Italian Super Cup and an Intertoto Cup were also added to the club’s trophy cabinet. 

165 appearances - 89 gol

2001-2012

Milan

The most recent European victories for the Rossoneri bear the Filippo Inzaghi trademark. Both the 2003 campaign and the 2007 “revenge” triumph were achieved thanks his goals. The in-between years brought other trophies to the club: a Scudetto, an Italian Cup, an Italian Super Cup, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup.

300 appearances - 126 gol

1997-2007

Nazionale

10 years of being capped and proudly adorning the “azzurro” shirt representing his country and a great contribution to the most yearned for victory: the 2006 FIFA WorldCup in Germany. With 25 goals under his belt, Inzaghi is ranked sixth in the all-time classification of Italian national team scorers.

57 appearances - 25 gol