Aldo Cevenini

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Aldo Cevenini
Personal information
Date of birth (1889-11-08)8 November 1889
Place of birth Arona, Kingdom of Italy
Date of death 26 October 1973(1973-10-26) (aged 83)
Place of death Deiva Marina, Italy
Position(s) Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1908–1909 Libertas Milano 9 (?)
1909–1912 Milan 42 (15)
1912–1915 Internazionale 51 (42)
1915–1919 Milan 42 (48)
1919–1921 Internazionale 18 (2)
1921–1922 Novese 15 (?)
1922–1923 Internazionale 22 (1)
Total 199 (108)
National team
1910–1915 Italy 11 (4)
Teams managed
1929–1930 Atalanta
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Aldo Cevenini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈaldo tʃeveˈniːni]; 8 November 1889 – 26 October 1973) was an Italian professional football player and coach who played as a forward.

Club career[edit]

Cevenini began his career with Libertas Milano, and later played for Milan, where he also later served as the team's captain, as well as cross-city rivals Inter, and Novese. He won the Italian championship in the 1919–20 and 1921–22 season, with Inter and Novese respectively.

International career[edit]

Cevenini made his debut for the Italy national football team in the team's first ever game on 15 May 1910 against France.

Personal life[edit]

Aldo's younger brothers Mario Cevenini, Luigi Cevenini, Cesare Cevenini and Carlo Cevenini all played football professionally. To distinguish them, Aldo was known as Cevenini I, Mario as Cevenini II, Luigi as Cevenini III, Cesare as Cevenini IV and Carlo as Cevenini V.[1]





  1. ^ Cevenini brothers, Before The 'D'...Association Football around the world, 1863-1937, 11 July 2017

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Marco Sala
Milan captain
Succeeded by
Alessandro Scarioni