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Italy have won the World Cup three times in: 1934, 1938, and 1982.

The Azurri were also runners up in 1970, and 1994; third in 1990; and fourth in 1978.

Quite an impressive record.

Italy the country.

Official Squad:


1 Francesco TOLDO (Fiorentina)
22 Gianluigi BUFFON (Parma)
12 Gianluca PAGLIUCA (Inter Milan)


2 Giuseppe BERGOMI (Inter Milan)
3 Paolo MALDINI (AC Milan)
5 Alessandro COSTACURTA (AC Milan)
6 Alessandro NESTA (Lazio)
4 Fabio CANNAVARO (Parma)
7 Gianluca PESSOTTO (Juventus)
8 Moreno TORRICELLI (Juventus)


11 Dino BAGGIO (Parma)
9 Demetrio ALBERTINI (AC Milan)
16 Roberto DI MATTEO (Chelsea)
17 Francesco MORIERO (Inter Milan)
15 Angelo DI LIVIO (Juventus)
14 Luigi DI BIAGIO (Roma)
13 Sandro COIS (Fiorentina)


21 Christian VIERI (At. Madrid)
18 Roberto BAGGIO (Bologna)
20 Enrico CHIESA (Parma)
19 Filippo INZAGHI (Juventus)
10 Alessandro DEL PIERO(Juventus)

Coached by Cesare MALDINI

First Round

11th June vs. Chile

17th June vs. Cameroon

23rd June vs. Austria

2nd Round
27th June vs.

1/4 Finals
3rd July vs. France
(0-0 aet)

Match Reports.

Group Tables.

Italy had a lucky start against Chile, and managed to hold off the terrible last minute Austrians for a place in the second round.

Against Norway, in the second round, they effectively killed off the match when Vieri scored his fifth goal of the tournament in the eighteenth minute.

Italy didn't look much much livier against France in the 1/4 finals -- loosing on penalties again.

Road to the Final:
Who played who,
when and where
on the way to St-Denis.

Italy Links.