Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year

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AIC Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year
Sport Association football
Competition Serie A
Local nameMigliore calciatore italiano AIC  (Italian)
CountryItaly
Presented by Italian Footballers' Association (AIC)
History
First award1997
Editions14
Final award2010
First winner Roberto Mancini (1997)
Most wins Francesco Totti (5 times)
Most recent Antonio Di Natale (2010)
Website Official website

The AICSerie A Italian Footballer of the Year (Italian : Migliore calciatore italiano AIC) was a yearly award organized by the Italian Footballers' Association (AIC) given to the Italian footballer who was considered to have performed the best over the previous Serie A season. The award was part of the Oscar del Calcio awards event.

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Winners

Roberto Mancini won the inaugural award in 1997. Roberto Mancini.jpg
Roberto Mancini won the inaugural award in 1997.
Francesco Totti has won the award a record of five times, all while at Roma. Francesco Totti Vicario.JPG
Francesco Totti has won the award a record of five times, all while at Roma.
Alessandro Del Piero won the award twice, in 1998 and 2008 - he is the player with the longest period between two awards, 10 years. Del Piero.jpg
Alessandro Del Piero won the award twice, in 1998 and 2008 – he is the player with the longest period between two awards, 10 years.
Christian Vieri was a winner for two different clubs. Christian Vieri.jpg
Christian Vieri was a winner for two different clubs.
Key
Double-dagger-14-plain.pngIndicates player won the FIFA World Player of the Year in the same season
§Denotes the club were Serie A champions in the same season
SeasonPlayerClubRef(s)
1997 Roberto Mancini Sampdoria [1]
1998 Alessandro Del Piero Juventus § [1]
1999 Christian Vieri Lazio [1]
2000 Francesco Totti Roma [2]
2001 Francesco Totti (2) Roma § [3]
2002 Christian Vieri (2) Internazionale [1]
2003 Francesco Totti (3) Roma [4]
2004 Francesco Totti (4) Roma [1]
2005 Alberto Gilardino Parma [5]
2006 Fabio Cannavaro Double-dagger-14-plain.png [note 1] Juventus [6]
2007 Francesco Totti (5) Roma [7]
2008 Alessandro Del Piero (2) Juventus [8]
2009 Daniele De Rossi Roma [9]
2010 Antonio Di Natale Udinese [10]

By club

ClubPlayersTotal
Roma 26
Juventus 23
Internazionale 11
Lazio 11
Parma 11
Sampdoria 11
Udinese 11

By position

PositionPlayersTotal
Forward 612
Midfielder 11
Defender 11

See also

Notes

  1. Cannavaro was signed by Real Madrid from Juventus midway through 2006.

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