Italy national football team records and statistics

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The national football team of Italy before the UEFA Euro 2012 Final, Olympic Stadium, Kyiv, 1 July 2012.

This article lists various football records and statistics of the Italy national football team.

Honours[edit]

  • Third place (1): 2013

Individual records[edit]

Players[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Gianluigi Buffon is the most capped player in the history of Italy with 176 caps.
Most appearances

As of 11 July 2021, the players with the most appearances for Italy are:[2]

Players in bold are still active.

Rank Player Caps Period Goals
1 Gianluigi Buffon 176 1997–2018 0
2 Fabio Cannavaro 136 1997–2010 2
3 Paolo Maldini 126 1988–2002 7
4 Daniele De Rossi 117 2004–2017 21
5 Andrea Pirlo 116 2002–2015 13
6 Dino Zoff 112 1968–1983 0
7 Giorgio Chiellini 112 2004– 8
8 Leonardo Bonucci 109 2010– 8
9 Gianluca Zambrotta 98 1999–2010 2
10 Giacinto Facchetti 94 1963–1977 3
FIFA World Cup[edit]
Most appearances at the FIFA World Cup
Paolo Maldini, 23[3][4]
Most appearances at the FIFA World Cup qualifiers
Gianluigi Buffon, 39[5]
Most appearances at the FIFA World Cup and FIFA World Cup qualifiers
Fabio Cannavaro, 50[5]
Most minutes played in FIFA World Cup matches
Paolo Maldini, 2,216 minutes[3][6]
Most FIFA World Cups part of the squad
Gianluigi Buffon (1998[nb 2], 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014), 5[7]
Most FIFA World Cups played in
Gianluigi Buffon, Gianni Rivera, Giuseppe Bergomi, Paolo Maldini and Fabio Cannavaro, 4 each[3][8][nb 3]
UEFA European Championship[edit]
Most appearances at the UEFA European Championship
Leonardo Bonucci, 18[10]
Most appearances in UEFA European Championship qualifying
Gianluigi Buffon, 41[11]
Most appearances at the UEFA European Championship and UEFA European Championship qualifying
Gianluigi Buffon, 58[12]
Most minutes played in European Championship matches
Leonardo Bonucci, 1,668 minutes[13]
Most European Championships part of the squad
Alessandro Del Piero (1996, 2000, 2004, 2008), Gianluigi Buffon (2004, 2008, 2012, 2016) and Giorgio Chiellini (2008, 2012, 2016, 2020), 4
Most UEFA European Championships played in
Gianluigi Buffon, Alessandro Del Piero and Giorgio Chiellini, 4[14]
FIFA Confederations Cup[edit]
Most appearances at the FIFA Confederations Cup
Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Riccardo Montolivo, 8 each[15]
Most FIFA Confederations Cups played in
Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini, Daniele De Rossi, Andrea Pirlo, Riccardo Montolivo and Alberto Gilardino, 2 each (2009 and 2013)
Others[edit]
Most appearances at the Central European International Cup
Giuseppe Meazza, 16[16]
Most appearances at the Olympics
Adolfo Baloncieri, 11[17]
Most appearances as a substitute
Alessandro Del Piero, 30[18]
Most appearances as a substitute at the FIFA World Cup
Alessandro Del Piero, 7[19]
Most appearances as a substitute at the UEFA European Championship
Alessandro Del Piero, 6[20]
Most appearances for Italy wearing the number 10 shirt
Giancarlo Antognoni[21]
Most FIFA World Cup matches won
Paolo Maldini, 14[9]

Age[edit]

Oldest player
Dino Zoff, 41 years 89 days, 29 May 1983, 0–2 vs. Sweden[3][22]
Youngest player
Renzo De Vecchi, 16 years 112 days, 26 May 1910, 6–1 vs. Hungary[23][24][25]
Youngest outfield player to feature in a match post-World War II
Giuseppe Bergomi, 18 years 113 days, 14 April 1982, 0–1 vs. East Germany[3][26][27]
Youngest unofficial[nb 4] player to feature in a match
Rodolfo Gavinelli, 16 years 98 days, 9 April 1911, 2–2 vs. France[24][25][28]
Youngest forward to start in a match
Eugenio Mosso, 18 years 238 days, 5 April 1914, 1–1 vs. Switzerland[29][30]
Youngest unofficial[nb 4] forward to start in a match
Rodolfo Gavinelli, 16 years 98 days, 9 April 1911, 2–2 vs. France[29]
Oldest debutant
Emiliano Moretti, 33 years 160 days, 18 November 2014, 1–0 vs. Albania[31][32][33]
Oldest player to feature at the FIFA World Cup
Dino Zoff, 40 years 133 days, 11 July 1982, 3–1 vs. West Germany[3]
Youngest player to feature at the FIFA World Cup
Giuseppe Bergomi, 18 years 195 days, 5 July 1982, 3–2 vs. Brazil[3]
Oldest player to feature at a FIFA World Cup Final
Dino Zoff, 40 years 133 days, 11 July 1982, 3–1 vs. West Germany[3]
Youngest player to feature at a FIFA World Cup Final
Giuseppe Bergomi, 18 years 201 days, 11 July 1982, 3–1 vs. West Germany[3]
Oldest player to feature at the UEFA European Championship
Giorgio Chiellini, 36 years and 331 days, 11 July 2021, 1–1 (3–2) vs. England[34]
Oldest player to feature at a UEFA European Championship Final
Giorgio Chiellini, 36 years and 331 days, 11 July 2021, 1–1 (3–2) vs. England[34]
Youngest goalkeeper to feature in a match
Gianluigi Donnarumma, 17 years 189 days, 1 September 2016, 1–3 vs. France[35]
Youngest goalkeeper to start a match
Gianluigi Donnarumma, 18 years 31 days, 28 March 2017, 2–1 vs. Netherlands[36]
Most FIFA World Cup titles
Giovanni Ferrari, Giuseppe Meazza, Eraldo Monzeglio, 2 each (1934 and 1938)[3][nb 5]
Most Central European International Cup titles
Giuseppe Meazza, Eraldo Monzeglio and Alfredo Pitto, 2 each (1927–30 and 1933–35)[37]
Only player to win both the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship
Dino Zoff (1968 and 1982)[14]
Only players to win both the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Gold Medal
Sergio Bertoni, Alfredo Foni, Ugo Locatelli, Pietro Rava (1936 and 1938)[38]
Longest career
Gianluigi Buffon, 29 October 1997–23 March 2018, 20 years, 145 days[39]

Goalscorers[edit]

Luigi Riva is the top scorer in the history of Italy with 35 goals.
Most goals

As of 11 July 2021, the players with the most goals for Italy are:[40]

Players in bold are still active.

Rank Player Goals Period Caps Average
1 Luigi Riva (list) 35 1965–1974 42 0.83
2 Giuseppe Meazza 33 1930–1939 53 0.62
3 Silvio Piola 30 1935–1952 34 0.88
4 Roberto Baggio 27 1988–2004 56 0.48
Alessandro Del Piero 27 1995–2008 91 0.30
6 Adolfo Baloncieri 25 1920–1930 47 0.53
Alessandro Altobelli 25 1980–1988 61 0.41
Filippo Inzaghi 25 1997–2007 57 0.44
9 Francesco Graziani 23 1975–1983 64 0.36
Christian Vieri 23 1997–2005 49 0.47
First goal
Pietro Lana, 15 May 1910, 6–2 vs. France[41][42]
Most goals at the FIFA World Cup
Christian Vieri, Paolo Rossi and Roberto Baggio, 9 each[43]
Most goals at a single FIFA World Cup
Paolo Rossi (1982) and Salvatore Schillaci (1990), 6 each[9][44]
Most goals at the FIFA World Cup and FIFA World Cup qualifiers
Luigi Riva, 17[45]
Most FIFA World Cups scored in
Roberto Baggio (1990, 1994 and 1998), 3[46]
Most goals in FIFA World Cup qualifiers
Luigi Riva, 14[45]
First goal in a FIFA World Cup match
Angelo Schiavio, 27 May 1934, 7–1 vs. United States[3][47]
First goal in a FIFA World Cup qualifier match
Anfilogino Guarisi, 25 March 1934, 4–0 vs. Greece
Most goals at the UEFA European Championship
Mario Balotelli and Antonio Cassano, 3 each[48]
Most goals at a single UEFA European Championship
Mario Balotelli (2012), 3[48]
Most goals at the UEFA European Championship and the UEFA European Championship qualifying
Filippo Inzaghi, 14[49]
Most goals in UEFA European Championship qualifying
Filippo Inzaghi, 12[49]
First goal in a UEFA European Championship match
Angelo Domenghini, 8 June 1968, 1–1 vs. Yugoslavia[50]
First goal in a UEFA European Championship qualifying match
Gianni Rivera, 2 December 1962, 6–0 vs. Turkey
Most goals at the FIFA Confederations Cup
Mario Balotelli, Giuseppe Rossi and Daniele De Rossi, 2 each[51]
Most goals at a single FIFA Confederations Cup
Mario Balotelli (2013) and Giuseppe Rossi (2009), 2 each
First goal in a FIFA Confederations Cup match
Giuseppe Rossi, 15 June 2009, 3–1 vs. United States[52]
Most goals at the Central European International Cup
Giuseppe Meazza, 8[53]
First goal in a Central European International Cup match
Julio Libonatti, 23 October 1927, 2–2 vs. Czechoslovakia
Most goals at the Olympics
Adolfo Baloncieri, 8[54]
First goal in an Olympic match
Franco Bontadini, 29 June 1912, 2–3 vs. Finland[55]
Most goals in Friendlies
Giuseppe Meazza, 20[56]
Fastest goal
Emanuele Giaccherini, 19 seconds, 11 June 2013, 2–2 vs. Haiti[57]
Fastest goal at the FIFA World Cup
Pietro Ferraris, 5 June 1938, 2–1 vs. Norway, and Bruno Mora, 7 June 1962, 3–0 vs. Switzerland, both in the 2nd minute of play[3]
Fastest goal by a substitute at the UEFA European Championship
Alessandro Altobelli, 17 June 1988, 2–0 vs. Denmark, after 1 minute[58]
Oldest goalscorer
Fabio Quagliarella, 36 years 54 days, 26 March 2019, 6–0 vs. Liechtenstein[59]
Youngest goalscorer
Bruno Nicolè, 18 years 258 days, 9 November 1958, 2–2 vs. France[60][61]
Oldest goalscorer in a competitive match
Fabio Quagliarella, 36 years 54 days, 26 March 2019, 6–0 vs. Liechtenstein[59]
Youngest goalscorer in a competitive match
Moise Kean, 19 years 23 days, 23 March 2019, 2–0 vs. Finland[62]
Oldest goalscorer at the FIFA World Cup
Daniele Massaro, 33 years 36 days, 28 June 1994, 1–1 vs. Mexico[3]
Youngest goalscorer at the FIFA World Cup
Giacomo Bulgarelli, 21 years 226 days, 7 June 1962, 3–0 vs. Switzerland[3]
Youngest goalscorer in a UEFA European Championship Final
Pietro Anastasi, 20 years 64 days, 10 June 1968, 2–0 vs. Yugoslavia[50]
Oldest goalscorer at the UEFA European Championship
Christian Panucci, 35 years 62 days, 13 June 2008, 1–1 vs. Romania[63]
Oldest goalscorer in a UEFA European Championship final
Leonardo Bonucci, 34 years 71 days, 11 July 2021, 1–1 vs. England[64]
Oldest goalscorer in a UEFA European Championship qualifying match
Fabio Quagliarella, 36 years 54 days, 26 March 2019, 6–0 vs. Liechtenstein[59]
Youngest goalscorer in a UEFA European Championship qualifying match
Moise Kean, 19 years 23 days, 23 March 2019, 2–0 vs. Finland[62]
Youngest player to score a brace
Bruno Nicolè, 18 years 258 days, 9 November 1958, 2–2 vs. France[60][61]
Youngest player to score a brace in a competitive match
Gianni Rivera, 19 years 206 days, 2 December 1962, 6–0 vs. Turkey[65]
Youngest player to score a brace in a UEFA European Championship qualifying match
Gianni Rivera, 19 years 206 days, 2 December 1962, 6–0 vs. Turkey[65]
Most goals by a midfielder
Adolfo Baloncieri, 25[66]
Most goals by a midfielder post-World War II
Daniele De Rossi, 21[67]
Most goals by a defender
Antonio Cabrini, 9[68]
Most goals from a penalty kick
Roberto Baggio, 7[69]
Most goals from a penalty kick at the FIFA World Cup
Roberto Baggio, 2[70]
Most goals from a penalty kick at the UEFA European Championship
Leonardo Bonucci, Filippo Inzaghi and Andrea Pirlo, 1 each[71]
Most goals from a penalty kick in a single match
Alessandro Del Piero, 2, 11 October 2000, 2–0 vs. Georgia
Most goals in penalty shoot-outs
Franco Baresi and Andrea Pirlo, 3 each
Most goals as a substitute
Enrico Chiesa and Alessandro Del Piero, 5 each[72]
Most goals as a substitute at the FIFA World Cup
Alessandro Del Piero and Gianni Rivera, 2 each[73]
Most goals as a substitute at the UEFA European Championship
Alessandro Altobelli, Mario Balotelli, Federico Chiesa, Luigi De Agostini, Antonio Di Natale and Matteo Pessina, 1 each[74]
Most own goals
Sandro Salvadore, 2[75]
Most own goals at the FIFA World Cup
Cristian Zaccardo, 1, 17 June 2006, 1–1 vs. United States[3]
Italy's 100th goal at the FIFA World Cup finals
Luigi Di Biagio, 17 June 1998, 3–0 vs. Cameroon[3]
Hat-tricks[edit]
Three goals or more in a single match on the greatest number of occasions
Luigi Riva, 3 times
Most hat-tricks at a FIFA World Cup
Angelo Schiavio, 27 May 1934, 7–1 vs. United States, and Paolo Rossi, 5 July 1982, 3–2 vs. Brazil, 1 each[3]

As of 31 May 2017

Scores and results list Italy's goal tally first.

Player Competition Against Home/Away Result Goals Date
Carlo Biagi [76] 1936 Summer Olympics  Japan Home 8–0 4 7 August 1936
Francesco Pernigo [77] 1948 Summer Olympics  United States Home 9–0 4 2 August 1948
Omar Sívori 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification  Israel Home 6–0 4 4 November 1961
Alberto Orlando UEFA Euro 1964 qualifying  Turkey Home 6–0 4 2 December 1962
Luigi Riva 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification  Luxembourg Home 5–0 4 31 March 1973
Roberto Bettega 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification  Finland Home 6–1 4 15 October 1977
Pietro Lana Friendly  France Home 6–2 3 15 May 1910
Ermanno Aebi Friendly  France Home 9–4 3 18 January 1920
Guglielmo Brezzi Friendly  France Home 9–4 3 18 January 1920
Adolfo Baloncieri Friendly   Switzerland Away 5–1 3 30 January 1927
Angelo Schiavio [78] 1928 Summer Olympics  Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Elvio Banchero [78] 1928 Summer Olympics  Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Mario Magnozzi [78] 1928 Summer Olympics  Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Gino Rossetti 1927–30 Central European International Cup  Czechoslovakia Home 4–2 3 3 March 1929
Giuseppe Meazza Central European International Cup  Hungary Away 5–0 3 11 May 1930
Giuseppe Meazza Friendly  France Home 5–0 3 25 January 1931
Francesco Fedullo 1931–32 Central European International Cup   Switzerland Home 3–0 3 14 February 1932
Angelo Schiavio 1934 FIFA World Cup  United States Home 7–1 3 27 May 1934
Annibale Frossi [79] 1936 Summer Olympics  Japan Home 8–0 3 7 August 1936
Silvio Piola Friendly  Belgium Home 6–1 3 15 May 1938
Silvio Piola Friendly  Finland Away 3–2 3 20 July 1939
Romeo Menti Friendly   Switzerland Home 5–2 3 27 April 1947
Aredio Gimona [80] 1952 Summer Olympics  United States Home 8–0 3 16 July 1952
Sergio Brighenti [81] Unofficial friendly Empoli F.C. Home 4–1 3 22 April 1959
Paolo Barison 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification  Poland Home 6–1 3 1 November 1965
Sandro Mazzola [81] Unofficial friendly DBU Copenhagen Away 4–0 3 6 July 1966
Luigi Riva 1968 UEFA Euro qualifying  Cyprus Home 5–0 3 1 November 1967
Luigi Riva 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification  Wales Home 4–1 3 4 November 1969
Francesco Graziani Unofficial friendly  United States Home 10–0 3 4 April 1975
Paolo Rossi 1982 FIFA World Cup  Brazil Home 3–2 3 5 July 1982
Paolo Rossi Friendly  Mexico Home 5–0 3 4 February 1984
Alessandro Altobelli [82] Unofficial friendly  Guatemala Home 4–0 3 24 May 1986
Enrico Chiesa FIGC Centenary World XI Home 6–2 3 16 December 1998
Filippo Inzaghi UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying  Wales Home 4–0 3 6 September 2003
Luca Toni 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification  Belarus Away 4–1 3 7 September 2005
Alberto Gilardino 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification  Cyprus Home 3–2 3 14 October 2009
Ciro Immobile [83] Unofficial friendly Fluminense FC Away 5–3 3 8 June 2014
Gianluca Lapadula [84] Unofficial friendly  San Marino Home 8–0 3 31 May 2017

Goalkeeping[edit]

Most clean sheets
Gianluigi Buffon, 77[85][86]
Fewest goals conceded in a single FIFA World Cup by a starting FIFA World Cup winning goalkeeper
Gianluigi Buffon (2006), 2[87]
Most clean sheets in a single FIFA World Cup
Gianluigi Buffon (2006) and Walter Zenga (1990), 5 each[88]
Most clean sheets at the FIFA World Cup
Gianluigi Buffon, 6[89]
Most clean sheets at the UEFA European Championship
Gianluigi Buffon, 8[90]
Most clean sheets at the FIFA Confederations Cup
Gianluigi Buffon, 1[91]
Most clean sheets in the Central European International Cup
Gianpiero Combi, 4[92]
Most clean sheets at the Summer Olympics
Giovanni De Prà and Bruno Venturini, 2 each[93]
Most clean sheets in FIFA World Cup qualifying matches
Gianluigi Buffon, 21[94]
Most clean sheets in UEFA European Championship qualifying matches
Gianluigi Buffon, 23[95]
Most clean sheets in friendlies
Dino Zoff, 27[96]
Longest unbeaten streak
Dino Zoff, 1,142 minutes[97]
Longest unbeaten streak at the FIFA World Cup
Walter Zenga, 518 minutes[3][98]
Most consecutive clean sheets at the FIFA World Cup
Walter Zenga, 5[3][98]
Longest unbeaten streak at the UEFA European Championship
Dino Zoff, 494 minutes[99]
Longest unbeaten streak in UEFA European Championship qualifying matches
Gianluigi Buffon, 644 minutes[100]
Longest unbeaten streak in UEFA European Championship and UEFA European Championship qualifying matches
Dino Zoff, 784 minutes (including 8 consecutive clean sheets, 1975–80)[100]
Fewest goals conceded in a single UEFA European Championship by a starting UEFA European Championship winning goalkeeper
Dino Zoff (1968), 1
Most penalty kicks saved (not including shoot-outs)
Gianluigi Buffon, 5[101]
Most penalty kicks saved at the FIFA World Cup (not including shoot-outs)
Gianluigi Buffon, 1[3]
Most penalty kicks saved at the UEFA European Championship (not including shoot-outs)
Gianluigi Buffon and Francesco Toldo, 1 each[102]
Most penalty kicks saved in UEFA European Championship penalty shoot-outs
Gianluigi Buffon and Gianluigi Donnarumma, 3 each
Most penalty kicks saved in a single UEFA European Championship penalty shoot-out
Francesco Toldo and Gianluigi Donnarumma, 2 each

Captains[edit]

First captain
Francesco Calì, 15 May 1910, 6–2 vs. France[103]
Youngest captain
Bruno Nicolè, 21 years 61 days, 25 April 1961, 3–2 vs. Northern Ireland[60][104]
Most appearances as captain
Gianluigi Buffon, 80[105][106]
Most appearances as captain as a goalkeeper
Gianluigi Buffon, 80[106][107]
Most appearances as captain at the UEFA European Championship
Gianluigi Buffon, 13 (2008–2016)[nb 6]
Longest serving captain
Giacinto Facchetti, 1966–1977

List of captaincy periods of the various captains throughout the years.[109]

Discipline[edit]

Most red cards
Giancarlo Antognoni, Franco Causio and Daniele De Rossi, 2 each[118]
First goalkeeper to be sent off at a FIFA World Cup
Gianluca Pagliuca, 1, 23 June 1994, 1–0 vs Norway[3]

Managers[edit]

Most manager appearances
Enzo Bearzot, 104[119]
Most FIFA World Cups coached in
Enzo Bearzot, 3[9]
Most FIFA World Cup appearances as a manager
Enzo Bearzot, 18[9]
Most FIFA World Cup matches won as a manager
Enzo Bearzot, 9[9]
Most FIFA World Cup titles as a manager
Vittorio Pozzo, 2 (1934 and 1938)[3]

Team records[edit]

Venue most played in
Stadio Olimpico, 49[120]
Largest victory
10–0 vs. United States, 4 April 1975
Largest official victory
9–0 vs. United States, 2 August 1948
Largest FIFA World Cup victory[3]
7–1 vs. United States, 27 May 1934
Largest UEFA European Championship victory
3–0 vs. Turkey, 11 June 2021 and Switzerland, 16 June 2021
Largest defeat
1–7 vs. Hungary, 6 April 1924
Largest FIFA World Cup defeat
1–4 vs. Switzerland, 23 June 1954 and Brazil, 21 June 1970[3]
Largest UEFA European Championship defeat
0–4 vs. Spain, 1 July 2012
Most total goals in a single match
11–3 vs. Egypt, 9 June 1928[121]
Most goals scored in a single match
11–3 vs. Egypt, 9 June 1928[121]
Most goals conceded in a single match
1–7 vs. Hungary, 6 April 1924[122]
Most goals scored in a single edition of the World Cup
12, 2006[123]
Most goals scored in a single edition of the European Championship
13, 2020[64]
Most goals scored in a single edition of a major international tournament
13, Euro 2020[64]
Most consecutive victories
13, 11 November 2020 vs. Estonia – 2 July 2021 vs. Belgium[124]
Most consecutive victories without conceding a goal
11, 11 November 2020 vs. Estonia – 20 June 2021 vs. Wales[125]
Most consecutive away victories
6, 14 October 2018 vs. Poland – 15 November 2019 vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina[126]
Most consecutive defeats
3, achieved twice, most recently 23 June 1974 vs. Poland – 20 November 1974 vs. Netherlands
Most consecutive matches without victory
8, 15 January 1958 vs. Northern Ireland – 29 November 1959 vs. Hungary
Most consecutive matches without defeat
34, 10 October 2018 vs. Ukraine – 11 July 2021 vs. England[127]
Most consecutive draws
5, 8 June 1997 vs. Brazil – 29 October 1997 vs. Russia
Most consecutive matches without a draw
20, achieved twice, most recently 22 November 1975 vs. Netherlands – 25 January 1978 vs. Spain
Most consecutive matches with at least one goal scored
43, 20 May 1931 vs. Scotland – 31 October 1937 vs. Switzerland
Most consecutive matches with at least two goals scored
10, 23 March 2019 vs. Finland – 18 November 2019 vs. Armenia; 11 November 2020 vs. Estonia – 16 June 2021 vs. Switzerland[125]
Most consecutive matches with no goals scored
3, achieved five times, most recently 10 November 2017 vs. Sweden – 23 March 2018 vs. Argentina
Most consecutive matches with at least one goal conceded
18, 31 January 1915 vs. Switzerland – 1 January 1923 vs. Germany
Most consecutive matches with no goals conceded
12, 7 October 1972 vs. Luxembourg – 8 June 1974 vs. Austria[125]
Most minutes without conceding a goal
1,168[128]
Most consecutive victories in a UEFA European Championship qualifying and final tournaments
15, 2020[129]
Most victories in a single UEFA European Championship qualifying and final tournaments
15, 2020[130]
Most consecutive victories in a single UEFA European Championship final tournament
5, 2020[131]
Most victories in a single UEFA European Championship final tournament
5 (out of 7), 2020[132]
Most victories in a single UEFA European Championship qualifying group
10 (out of 10), UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying[133]
Most victories in one calendar year
10, 2019 (out of 10),[133] 2021 (out of 12)
Most players scoring in a single match
7, 18 November 2019 vs. Armenia[133]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This edition of the tournament was interrupted due to the annexation of Austria to Nazi Germany on 12 March 1938.[1]
  2. ^ Unused substitute.
  3. ^ Dino Zoff was also named to four of Italy's FIFA World Cup squads, but only featured in three of them (1974, 1978, and 1982), as he was an unused substitute in 1970.[9]
  4. ^ a b Unofficial due to Rodolfo Gavinelli's reported date of birth (1 January 1895) not being entirely certain, as according to some sources, he was born in 1891.[24][25]
  5. ^ Guido Masetti was also in Italy's 1934 and 1938 FIFA World Cup winning squads, but did not feature in any World Cup matches, as he was a reserve goalkeeper on both occasions.
  6. ^ Buffon was named Italy's second acting captain under Roberto Donadoni for Euro 2008 after incumbent Fabio Cannavaro was ruled out of the tournament due to injury, and as Italy's replacement captain Alessandro Del Piero was frequently deployed as a substitute.[108]
  7. ^ During UEFA Euro 2008, Alessandro Del Piero was named the Italian national team's acting captain, as Cannavaro was injured and unable to take part in the competition, however Gianluigi Buffon was often played as captain as Del Piero was frequently deployed as a substitute.[110][111][108]
  8. ^ Buffon served as second acting captain in UEFA Euro 2008 after Alessandro Del Piero was named the team's acting captain, as Cannavaro was injured and unable to take part in the competition, however Del Piero was frequently deployed as a substitute.[108] Although Buffon was officially named Italy's new captain in 2010,[112] following Cannavaro's retirement subsequent to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Andrea Pirlo was named the Italian national team's acting captain after the tournament (while Daniele De Rossi was named the team's second acting captain),[112][113][114] as Buffon was ruled out until the end of the year due to injury, and only made his first appearance as Italy's official captain on 9 February 2011, in a 1–1 friendly away draw against Germany.[112][115][116][117]

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