Valentino Mazzola is an Italian soccer player who plays in the position of attacking midfield or striker. Considered one of the top 10 in football history and, according to some, the best Italian footballer of all time, Mazzola is the captain and symbol of "Grande Torino", the team. recognized as one of the strongest in the world. . In the second half of the 1940s, Mazzola won five Serie A championships. He was also captain of the Italian national team for two years. He gained fame during his time at Venice, where he played in midfield, a position he held throughout his career that allowed him to extend his reputation outside of Italy. . In his final seasons, he was considered one of the best players in Europe in his role. He died at the age of 30 in the Superga aviation disaster.
The attacking midfielder served as captain of Turin in the 1940s and spent seven years with the Italian national team.
He started his competitive career at the Alfa Romeo Milano factory, where he also worked.
He died in the 1949 Superga aviation disaster, with only one player left.
Her first child, Sandro Mazzola, was born in 1942.
He and goalkeeper Dino Zoff both played for the Italian national team.
- Victims of aviation crashes or incidents in Italy
- Players of Venezia F.C
- Players Torino F.C.
Latest information about Valentino Mazzola updated on May 10 2021.