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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Andrea Barzagli, Juventus defender

Career

  • Season Team Category goals
    2012/13 Juventus A 34/-
    2011/12 Juventus A 35/1
    gen '11 Juventus A 15/-
    2010/11 Wolfsburg A 17/-
    2009/10 Wolfsburg A 24/1
    2008/09 Wolfsburg A 34/-
    2007/08 Palermo A 35/1
    2006/07 Palermo A 36/1
    2005/06 Palermo A 35/2
    2004/05 Palermo A 37/-
    2003/04 Chievo A 29/3
    2002/03 Ascoli B 18/2
    2001/02 Ascoli C1 28/1
    Gen 2001 Rondinella C2 13/1
    2000/01 Pistoiese B 5/-
    1999/00 Rondinella C2 23/2
    1998/99 Rondinella CND 28/1
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2012/13 Juventus 5/- 9/-
    2011/12 Juventus 4/- -/-
    gen '11 Juventus -/- -/-
    2010/11 Wolfsburg 1/- -/-
    2009/10 Wolfsburg 3/- 5/-
    2008/09 Wolfsburg 3/- 8/1
    2007/08 Palermo -/- 2/-
    2006/07 Palermo 1/- 5/-
    2005/06 Palermo 4/- 8/-
    2004/05 Palermo 3/- -/-
    2003/04 Chievo 1/- -/-
    2002/03 Ascoli 1/- -/-
    2001/02 Ascoli 3/- -/-
    Gen 2001 Rondinella -/- -/-
    2000/01 Pistoiese -/- -/-
    1999/00 Rondinella 2/- -/-
    1998/99 Rondinella -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012
    German Championship 2009
    World Cup 2006    

Andrea Barzagli

Andrea Barzagli brings style and experience to the heart of the Bianconeri rearguard. The central defender, who moved to Turin in January 2011, formed a crucial part of the strongest backline of the 2011/12 Serie A campaign, winning plenty of admirers along the way thanks to his no-nonsense approach and elegant style.

The 31-year-old gained experience with Rondinella, Pistoiese and Ascoli before making his Serie A debut for Chievo in August 2003. His impressive displays saw him win a regular spot in the starting line-up, making a total of 29 appearances and finding the back of the net on three occasions.

Barzagli was then snapped up by Palermo, where his natural leadership qualities saw him handed the captain’s armband. International recognition subsequently followed, with Barzagli gaining his first Azzurri cap against Finland on 17 November 2004. His solid displays paved the way for his inclusion in the 2006 World Cup winning and 2008 European Championship squads.

A successful three-year spell in Germany with Wolfsburg then followed, before Juventus swooped to bring the defender back to his homeland in 2011, where he has been a pivotal part of the club’s successive Scudetto titles.