Giampiero Boniperti is an Italian former football player who played his entire 15 season career at Juventus between 1946 and 1961, winning five Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia titles. He also played for the Italian national football team at international level, and took part at the 1950 and 1954 FIFA World Cup finals, as well as the 1952 Summer Olympics with Italy. After retirement from professional football, Boniperti has been a chairman of Juventus and a deputy to the European Parliament.
|Born:||Jul 4, 1928, Barengo, Italy|
|Occupation:||footballer, company director, politician|
|Known for:||FIFA 100, second highest goalscorer of Juventus, see content for full awards and recognition|
|Title:||Juventus F.C. chairman|
|Successor:||Vittorio Caissotti di Chiusano|
About Giampiero Boniperti
Legendary forward and midfielder of Juventus who won five titles and two Italian Cups in his 15 seasons with the club, from 1946 to 1961. He was a member of the Italian national team from 1947 to 1960, appearing in 38 matches.
He started his career with Juventus at age 18 on the day after World War II ended.
He went into the business side of soccer with Juventus after retiring from playing, eventually becoming the president of the club.
His nephew, Filippo, also played with the Juventus.
He was later surpassed in goals scored for Juventus by Alessandro Del Piero.
Information related to Giampiero Boniperti
- Forza Italia politicians
- FIFA 100
- Olympic footballers of Italy
- Footballers at the 1952 Summer Olympics
- Italy international footballers