List of foreign Serie B players

This is a list of foreign players in Serie B of the Italian football league system. The following players:

  1. have played at least one Serie B game for the respective club;
  2. have not been capped for the Italian national team on any level, independently from the birthplace, except for players born in San Marino and active in the Italian national team before the first official match of the Sammarinese national team played on November 14, 1990 and players of Italian formation born abroad from Italian parents;
  3. have been born in Italy and were capped by a foreign national team. This includes players who have dual citizenship with Italy.

These are all the teams that have had at least a foreign player while playing in a Serie A season and in bold are the ones currently playing for the 2018–19 season :

AlbinoLeffe, Alessandria, Alzano Virescit, Ancona, Arezzo, Ascoli, Atalanta, Avellino, Bari, Benevento, Bologna, Brescia, Cagliari, Carpi, Castel di Sangro, Catania, Catanzaro, Cesena, Chievo, Cittadella, Como, Cosenza, Crema, Cremonese, Crotone, Empoli, Entella, Fanfulla Lodi, Fermana, Fidelis Andria, Fiorentina, Foggia, Frosinone, Gallipoli, Genoa, Gubbio, Juve Stabia, Juventus, Lanciano, Latina, Lazio, Lecce, Lecco, Legnano, Licata, Livorno, Lucchese, Maceratese, Mantova, Messina, Milan, Modena, Napoli, Nocerina, Novara, Padova, Palermo, Parma, Perugia, Pescara, Portogruaro, Piacenza, Pisa, Pistoiese, Pro Patria, Pro Vercelli, Reggiana, Reggina, Rimini, Roma, Salernitana, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Siena, SPAL, Spezia, Taranto, Ternana, Torino, Trapani, Treviso, Triestina, Udinese, Varese, Venezia, Verona, Vicenza, Voghera.

These are the only teams that have participated in Serie A but have not had a foreign player: Acireale, Alba Roma, Barletta, Biellese, Bolzano, Brindisi, Campobasso, Carrarese Calcio, Casale, Cavese, Centese, Derthona, Fiumana, Forlì, Magenta, Massese

In bold are the players that have played at least one game in the 2018–19 season.

Albania

Andorra

Angola

Algeria

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belarus

Belgium

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Brazil

  • Adaílton – Verona, Genoa, Bologna – 2002–08
  • Adriano (Adriano Pereira da Silva) – Atalanta – 2005–06
  • Adriano (Adriano Louzada) – Reggina – 2012–14
  • Aílton – Bari – 2001–02
  • Aldair – Genoa – 2003–04
  • Alemão – Vicenza, Varese – 2010–12
  • Alfred – Salernitana – 2000–01
  • Amarildo (Amarildo Souza do Amaral) – Cesena – 1991–92
  • Anderson – Venezia, Brescia, Ancona – 2002–06, 2008–09
  • Robert Anderson – Genoa, Treviso – 2003–04, 2006–07
  • Ângelo – Crotone, Lecce, Siena, Latina – 2006–08, 2009–10, 2013–15
  • Artur – Cesena – 2007–08
  • Babù – Salernitana, Venezia, Lecce, Verona, Triestina, Avellino – 2001–04, 2006–09
  • Barreto – Treviso, Bari – 2003–05, 2007–09
  • Fábio Bilica – Venezia, Palermo – 2000–01, 2002–03
  • Binho – Empoli, Livorno – 1999–00, 2002–03
  • Daniel Bessa – Vicenza, Bologna, Como, Verona – 2012–13, 2014–17
  • Bondi – Salernitana, Arezzo, Grosseto – 2002–03, 2006–07, 2010–11
  • Branco – Brescia – 1987–88
  • Caetano – Frosinone, Crotone, Varese – 2009–14
  • Caio Secco – Crotone – 2013–15
  • Canè – Napoli, Bari – 1963–65, 1970–71
  • Casagrande – Ascoli – 1990–91
  • Catê – Sampdoria – 1999–00
  • César – Catania, Chievo, Padova, Juve Stabia, Virtus Entella – 2004–06, 2007–08, 2009–12, 2014–15
  • Lucas Chiaretti – Cittadella, Foggia – 2016–
  • Claiton – Varese, Bari, Crotone, Cremonese – 2010–13, 2014–16, 2017–
  • Clerici – Lecco – 1962–66
  • Igor Coronado – Trapani, Palermo – 2015–18
  • Cribari – Empoli – 1999–02
  • Felipe CurcioBrescia – 2017–
  • Da Costa – Ancona, Sampdoria, Bologna – 2008–10, 2011–12, 2014–15
  • Victor Da Silva – Pescara, Brescia – 2014–15
  • William Da Silva – Verona – 2006–07
  • Caio De Cenco – Trapani – 2015–17
  • Marcos de Paula – Padova, Bari – 2010–12
  • Defendi – Avellino – 2007–09
  • Del Debbio – Lucchese – 1925–26
  • Dentello – Cittadella – 2013–14
  • Di Fabio – Cagliari – 2002–04
  • Diego – Padova 2009–10
  • DigãoRimini, Lecce, Crotone – 2005–07, 2009–10
  • Diniz – Livorno – 2008–09
  • do Prado – Catania, Mantova, Perugia, Spezia, Cesena – 2002–03, 2004–05, 2007–08, 2009–10
  • Doriva – Sampdoria – 1999–00
  • Edmar – Pescara – 1989–91
  • Edinho – Lecce – 2009–10
  • Edson – Genoa – 1997–98
  • Eloi – Genoa – 1984–85
  • Rodrigo Ely – Reggina, Varese, Avellino – 2012–15[c ITA U20][c ITA U19]
  • Emerson – Reggina, Livorno – 2011–13, 2014–15
  • Alan Empereur – Livorno, Salernitana, Foggia, Bari, Verona – 2014–16, 2017–
  • Fabiano (Fabiano Lima Rodrigues) – Arezzo, Genoa, Vicenza – 2005–07, 2009–10
  • Fabiano (Fabiano Medina da Silva) – Lecce – 2007–08, 2009–10
  • Fabinho – Modena, Perugia – 2011–12, 2014–15
  • Diego Farias – Nocerina, Padova, Cagliari – 2011–13, 2015–16
  • Faustinho – Palermo – 1964–65
  • Fernando (José Ferdinando Puglia) – Bari – 1964–65
  • Adriano Ferreira Pinto – Perugia, Cesena, Atalanta, Varese – 2004–06, 2010–11, 2012–14
  • Filipe – Varese – 2011–13
  • Lucas Finazzi – Brescia – 2012–14
  • Gabionetta – Pisa, Albinoleffe, Crotone, Torino – 2007–13
  • Gabriel (Gabriel Appelt Pires) – Pro Vercelli, Spezia, Pescara – 2012–15
  • Gabriel (Gabriel Vasconcelos Ferreira) – Carpi, Empoli, Perugia – 2014–15, 2017–
  • Gilberto – Latina – 2016–17
  • Gladestony – Pro Vercelli – 2017–18
  • Gladstone – Verona – 2005–06
  • Gelson – Pistoiese – 2001–02
  • Gleison Santos – Atalanta, Albinoleffe, Reggina – 2003–04, 2006–07, 2009–10
  • Goliardo Gelardi – Padova – 1934–35
  • Gobatto – Piacenza – 2006–07
  • Leandro Guerreiro – Salernitana, Pescara – 2003–05
  • Humberto – Torino – 2004–05
  • Jeda – Vicenza, Siena, Palermo, Piacenza, Catania, Crotone, Rimini – 2001–08
  • Jéffe – Frosinone, Latina, Livorno – 2009–10, 2013–16
  • Jefferson – Modena – 2011–12
  • João Paulo – Bari – 1992–94
  • João Pedro – Cagliari – 2015-16
  • Joelson – Albinoleffe, Pisa, Reggina, Grosseto – 2004–07, 2008–10
  • Jonathas – Brescia, Latina – 2011–12, 2013–14
  • Juliano – Lecce, Pisa – 2006–08
  • Lima – Brescia – 2006–08
  • Luciano – Chievo – 2000–01, 2007–08
  • Luiz Felipe - Salernitana - 2016-17
  • Luvanor – Catania – 1984–86
  • Filipe Machado – Salernitana – 2009–10
  • Maicon – Reggina, Livorno – 2011–12, 2013–14, 2014–16
  • Marcelinho – Catania – 2014–15
  • Mancini – Venezia – 2002–03
  • Marco Aurélio – Vicenza, Palermo, Cosenza – 1999–00, 2001–03
  • Marcón – Venezia – 2002–03
  • Martinho – Verona, Catania, Bari, Ascoli – 2012–13, 2014–15, 2016–
  • Ryder MatosVerona – 2018–
  • Matuzalém – Napoli, Bologna – 1999–00, 2014–15
  • Fernando Menegazzo – Catania – 2004–05
  • Mezavilla – Catania, Cesena, Pisa, Juve Stabia – 2004–05, 2006–08, 2011–13
  • Milton – Como – 1989–90
  • Montresor – Treviso – 2006–07
  • Mozart – Reggina – 2001–02
  • Müller – Torino – 1989–90
  • Nenê – Spezia, Bari - 2014–18
  • Neto Pereira – Varese – 2010–15
  • Nícolas – Verona, Virtus Lanciano, Trapani – 2012–13, 2014–17
  • Oliveira – Cittadella, Vicenza – 2008–11
  • Paco Soares – Fidelis Andria – 1997–98
  • Paquito – Ravenna, Cosenza, Crotone – 2000–02, 2005–06
  • Paulinho – Grosseto, Livorno, Cremonese – 2007–09, 2011–13, 2017–18
  • Paulo AzziCittadella, Spezia – 2013–14, 2015–16
  • Pedrinho – Catania – 1984–86
  • Pelado – Treviso – 1999–01
  • Pennacchi – Lucchese – 1939–41
  • Pereira – Genoa – 1996–98
  • Inácio Piá – Ascoli, Napoli, Treviso, Torino, Portogruaro – 2003–04, 2006–08, 2009–11
  • Piantoni – Palermo – 1931–32
  • Pinga – Torino, Siena – 2000–05
  • Rafael – Verona, Cagliari – 2011–13, 2015–16
  • Reginaldo – Treviso, Parma, Siena, Pro Vercelli – 2003–05, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2017–18
  • Renan – Sampdoria – 2011–12
  • Rincon – Ancona, Piacenza, Grosseto – 2008–11
  • Romeu – Ravenna – 1999–00
  • Ronaldo Pompeu – Mantova, Padova, Grosseto, Empoli, Pro Vercelli, Salernitana, Novara – 2009–
  • Rubinho – Genoa, Torino – 2006–07, 2010–11
  • Vitor Saba – Brescia – 2012–14
  • Sacilotto – Cesena, Nocerina – 2006–08, 2011–12
  • SantAnna – Crotone – 2000–01
  • Siciliano – Bari – 1964–65
  • Siqueira – Ancona – 2008–09
  • Sodinha – Bari, Brescia, Trapani – 2008–09, 2012–16
  • Gabriel Strefezza – Spal, Cremonese – 2016–17, 2018–
  • Taddei – Siena, Perugia – 2002–03, 2014–15
  • Teco – Salernitana – 2002–03
  • Tesser – Lecce – 2006–07
  • Thiago – Genoa – 2003–05
  • Thomas – Siena – 2013–14
  • Tita – Pescara – 1989–90
  • Togni – Arezzo, Pescara, Avellino – 2006–07, 2011–12, 2013–14
  • Toledo – Ascoli, Ravenna, Triestina – 2004–05, 2007–08, 2010–11
  • Vanderson – Treviso – 2008–09
  • Vanin – Catanzaro – 2005–06
  • Vincente – Treviso, Padova – 2008–09, 2010–11
  • Vinícius – Padova, Perugia – 2013–15
  • Wágner – Modena – 2010–11
  • William – Ascoli – 2008–09
  • William – Modena – 2012–13
  • Wilker – Treviso – 2006–07, 2008–09
  • Zanettin – Verona – 1935–36
  • Zé Elias – Genoa – 2003–04
  • Zé Eduardo – Empoli, Padova – 2011–13

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Canada

Chile

Colombia

Congo

DR Congo

Costa Rica

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Egypt

England

Equatorial Guinea

  • Pepín – Trapani, Brescia, Pescara – 2016–

Estonia

Finland

France

Gabon

Gambia

Georgia

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guadeloupe

Guinea

Guinea Bissau

Honduras

Hungary

Iceland

Ireland

Iran

Israel

Ivory Coast

Kenya

Kosovo

Liberia

Libya

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Macedonia

Mali

Mexico

Montenegro

Morocco

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nigeria

North Korea

Northern Ireland

Norway

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

Qatar

Romania

Russia

San Marino

Scotland

Senegal

Serbia

Sierra Leone

Slovakia

Slovenia

Somalia

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Syria

Togo

Tunisia

Turkey

Ukraine

United States

Uruguay

Uzbekistan

  • Ilyos Zeytulayev – Crotone, Genoa, Vicenza, Virtus Lanciano – 2005–07, 2012–13

Venezuela

Wales

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Born in Algeria
  2. ^ Born in Angola
  3. ^ Born in Argentina
  4. ^ Born in Australia
  5. ^ Born in Austria
  6. ^ Born in Belgium
  7. ^ Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  8. ^ Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina (then part of SFR Yugoslavia)
  9. ^ Born in Brazil
  10. ^ Born in Cameroon
  11. ^ Born in Canada
  12. ^ Born in Croatia (then part of SFR Yugoslavia)
  13. ^ Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo (then Zaïre)
  14. ^ Born in England
  15. ^ Born in France
  16. ^ Born in Germany
  17. ^ Born in Ghana
  18. ^ Born in Greece
  19. ^ Born in Guadeloupe (Overseas department of the French Republic)
  20. ^ Born in Guinea
  21. ^ Born in Guinea-Bissau
  22. ^ Born in Hungary
  23. ^ Born in Italy
  24. ^ Born in Ivory Coast
  25. ^ Born in Kosovo (then part of Kingdom of Serbia)
  26. ^ Born in Kosovo (then part of SFR Yugoslavia)
  27. ^ Born in Lebanon
  28. ^ Born in Luxembourg
  29. ^ Born in Moldova (then part of the Kingdom of Romania)
  30. ^ Born in Morocco
  31. ^ Born in Netherlands
  32. ^ Born in Northern Ireland
  33. ^ Born in the Republic of Macedonia
  34. ^ Born in Réunion (Overseas department of the French Republic)
  35. ^ Born in Romania
  36. ^ Born in Senegal
  37. ^ Born in Slovenia (then part of SFR Yugoslavia)
  38. ^ Born in Spain
  39. ^ Born in Suriname
  40. ^ Born in Sweden
  41. ^ Born in Switzerland
  42. ^ Born in Turkey
  43. ^ Born in Uganda
  44. ^ Born in Ukraine (then part of the Kingdom of Romania)
  45. ^ Born in Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union)
  46. ^ Born in the USA
  47. ^ Born in West Germany (now part of Germany)
  48. ^ Capped for the Albania national football team
  49. ^ Capped for the Albania national under-21 football team
  50. ^ Capped for the Algeria national under-18 football team
  51. ^ Capped for the Austria national under-19 football team
  52. ^ Capped for the Belgium national under-21 football team
  53. ^ Capped for the Belgium national under-19 football team
  54. ^ Capped for the Belgium national under-16 football team
  55. ^ Capped for the Belgium national under-15 football team
  56. ^ Capped for the Catalonia national football team
  57. ^ Capped for the Corsica national football team
  58. ^ Capped for the Croatia national football team
  59. ^ Capped for the Croatia national under-21 football team
  60. ^ Capped for the Croatia national under-20 football team
  61. ^ Capped for the England national under-17 football team
  62. ^ Capped for the France national under-21 football team
  63. ^ Capped for the France national under-20 football team
  64. ^ Capped for the France national under-19 football team
  65. ^ Capped for the France national under-18 football team
  66. ^ Capped for the France national under-17 football team
  67. ^ Capped for the Italy national football team
  68. ^ Capped for the Italy national football B team
  69. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-23 football team
  70. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-21 football team
  71. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-20 football team
  72. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-19 football team
  73. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-18 football team
  74. ^ Capped for the Italy national under-16 football team
  75. ^ Capped for the Kosovo national football team
  76. ^ Capped for the Netherlands national under-19 football team
  77. ^ Capped for the Netherlands national under-17 football team
  78. ^ Capped for the Netherlands national under-15 football team
  79. ^ Capped for the Northern Ireland national football team
  80. ^ Capped for the Portugal national under-21 football team
  81. ^ Capped for the Sweden national football team
  82. ^ Capped for the Sweden national under-21 football team
  83. ^ Capped for the Sweden national under-19 football team
  84. ^ Capped for the Sweden national under-18 football team
  85. ^ Capped for the Sweden national under-17 football team
  86. ^ Capped for the Sweden national under-16 football team
  87. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-21 football team
  88. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-20 football team
  89. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-19 football team
  90. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-18 football team
  91. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-17 football team
  92. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-16 football team
  93. ^ Capped for the Switzerland national under-15 football team
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