Gianluca Zambrotta is an Italian former professional footballer, who played as a full-back or as a wide midfielder, on both the left and right wings. Throughout his career, Zambrotta played for several different Italian clubs. He began his career with local club Como in 1994, and gained prominence while playing for Bari, which earned him a transfer to Juventus in 1999. During his seven seasons with the club, he won two consecutive Serie A and Supercoppa Italiana titles in 2002 and 2003, also reaching the 2003 UEFA Champions League final. He also later spent two relatively unsuccessful seasons with Barcelona between 2006 and 2008, where he won the 2006 Supercopa de España, before returning to Italy to play for Milan, where he won his third Serie A and Supercoppa Italiana titles in 2011. He ended his career after a season with Swiss club Chiasso in 2014, whom he later went on to coach.
About Gianluca Zambrotta
Italian full back who made 217 appearances for Junventus between 1999 and 2006 before joining Barcelona and AC Milan. He played for the Italian national team from 1999 to 2010, winning a World Cup Championship with the team in 2006.
He started his soccer career with Como Calcio when he was 17 years old.
He was named to the 2006 FIFA World Cup All-Star Team after helping lead Italy to victory.
He was born in 1977 in Como, Italy.
He played alongside goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon on the Italian national team from 1999 to 2010.
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