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Italy Team EURO 2016 Squad

  • Country: Italy
  • Couch: Antonio Conte
  • Full team’s name: Italy national football team
  • Nicknames: Azzurri (Blues)
  • Association formed: 1898
  • Stadium: Various
  • Official webpage: http://www.figc.it/
  • Colours: white and blue

Italy is Europe’s most successful country in the FIFA World Cup with 4 victories – in 1934, 1982, 1938 and 2006. Despite all this, Italy have become champions of Europe only once. If we put Italy under the microscope – and the whole Group E – we find that their plans took a major hit in the weeks prior to this tournament as midfielders Marco Verratti and Claudio Marchisio were both injured. Let’s see how this information can help with Italy Euro 2016 fixtures.

Squad
Player Position Height Weight Age
1
Gianluigi Buffon
GOALKEEPER 192cm 91kg 38
2
Federico Marchetti
GOALKEEPER 188cm 73kg 33
3
Daniele Padelli
GOALKEEPER 191cm 82kg 30
4
Mattia Perin
GOALKEEPER 188cm 77kg 23
5
Salvatore Sirigu
GOALKEEPER 192cm 80kg 29
6
Francesco Acerbi
DEFENDER 193cm 87kg 28
7
Luca Antonelli
DEFENDER 184cm 79kg 29
8
Davide Astori
DEFENDER 188cm 80kg 29
9
Andrea Barzagli
DEFENDER 187cm 87kg 35
10
Leonardo Bonucci
DEFENDER 190cm 86kg 29
11
Giorgio Chiellini
DEFENDER 187cm 86kg 31
12
Domenico Criscito
DEFENDER 183cm 75kg 29
13
Matteo Darmian
DEFENDER 182cm 70kg 26
14
Mattia De Sciglio
DEFENDER 183cm 74kg 23
15
Lorenzo De Silvestri
DEFENDER 186cm 84kg 28
16
Alessandro Florenzi
DEFENDER 173cm 67kg 25
17
Emanuele Giaccherini
DEFENDER 167cm 60kg 31
18
Emiliano Moretti
DEFENDER 182cm 80kg 34
19
Angelo Ogbonna
DEFENDER 191cm 86kg 28
20
Manuel Pasqual
DEFENDER 178cm 71kg 34
21
Andrea Ranocchia
DEFENDER 195cm 81kg 28
22
Daniele Rugani
DEFENDER 190cm 82kg 21
23
Davide Santon
DEFENDER 186cm 83kg 25
24
Alberto Aquilani
MIDFIELDER 186cm 79kg 31
25
Andrea Bertolacci
MIDFIELDER 179cm 75kg 25
26
Giacomo Bonaventura
MIDFIELDER 180cm 75kg 26
27
Antonio Candreva
MIDFIELDER 180cm 70kg 29
28
Daniele De Rossi
MIDFIELDER 184cm 83kg 32
29
Claudio Marchisio
MIDFIELDER 180cm 71kg 30
30
Riccardo Montolivo
MIDFIELDER 182cm 79kg 31
31
Marco Parolo
MIDFIELDER 184cm 75kg 31
32
Andrea Pirlo
MIDFIELDER 177cm 68kg 37
33
Andrea Poli
MIDFIELDER 182cm 77kg 26
34
Roberto Soriano
MIDFIELDER 182cm 76kg 25
35
Thiago Motta
MIDFIELDER 183cm 82kg 33
36
Mirko Valdifiori
MIDFIELDER 185cm 70kg 30
37
Franco Vázquez
MIDFIELDER 186cm 82kg 27
38
Marco Verratti
MIDFIELDER 165cm 60kg 23
39
Mario Balotelli
FORWARD 189cm 88kg 25
40
Alessio Cerci
FORWARD 180cm 78kg 28
41
Mattia Destro
FORWARD 178cm 72kg 25
42
Éder
FORWARD 179cm 72kg 29
43
Stephan El Shaarawy
FORWARD 178cm 72kg 23
44
Manolo Gabbiadini
FORWARD 186cm 81kg 24
45
Sebastian Giovinco
FORWARD 164cm 62kg 29
46
Ciro Immobile
FORWARD 185cm 78kg 26
47
Lorenzo Insigne
FORWARD 163cm 59kg 24
48
Alessandro Matri
FORWARD 183cm 80kg 31
49
Pablo Osvaldo
FORWARD 182cm 74kg 30
50
Graziano Pellè
FORWARD 194cm 84kg 30
51
Fabio Quagliarella
FORWARD 180cm 79kg 33
52
Nicola Sansone
FORWARD 173cm 68kg 24
53
Simone Zaza
FORWARD 186cm 83kg 24
Group E
Teams P W D L G F Pts
1 Republic of Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Belgium 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Italy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Sweden 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Italy Shape
All
L
D
D
L
W
Home
D
D
W
33%
Where to bet?

Coach Conte Antonio doesn't have many valuable options left and the runners-up from four years ago step into this year's European Championship on the back foot. Football experts consider Italy a team with huge potential that can top Group E or at least get through it but it's vulnerable after those injuries. It's well-known that Italians find a way to do this correctly (in this case win) even when they don't sparkle. Italy would prove many wrong if it got to the latter stages this tournament. What else can help you assess the best Italy Euro 2016 betting odds?

If you're looking for Italy Euro 2016 betting odds, know that we're here to help you win big. Italy have won the sought after FIFA World Cup 4 times and the European Football Championship just once, ajd in 1968 the Italians lifted the Henri Delaunay Cup after a final against Yugoslavia in their capital, Rome.

Italy had quite some bad luck as it failed to qualify both in 1984 and 1992. After that, Italians reached the final in 2000 and 2012. The Azzurri won their EURO 2016 qualifying group easily and being undefeated in 10 matches. Italy are playing their 6th European Championship now.

Italy's sole European Championship success took place in their famous capital Rome back in 1968 when the team was coached by Ferruccio Valcareggi. Italy beat Yugoslavia 2-0 in a replay two days after a 1-1 draw. The Azzurri were very close to adding another European title in 2000, when Sylvain Wiltord from France denied their success. Trezeguet was the one who marked the extra-time golden goal. Another shattering loss happended in 2012 when Italy lost to Spain 4-0.

If you are ready to bet, know that we have an aggregate with the best Italy EURO odds.

Italians were semi-finalists in 1988 and 1980, having reached each final tournament since 1992.

Memorable European Championship matches

28th June 2012: Germany vs Italy 1-2, UEFA Euro 2012 semi-finals – Balotelli marked two amazing goals and helped Italy eliminate their all-time opponent.

29th June 2000: Netherlands vs Italy 0-0 (1-3 on penalties), UEFA Euro 2000 semi-finals – Zoff's side was down to 10 men and managed to win.

10th June 1968: Italy vs Yugoslavia 2-0, 1968 UEFA European Championship final – Pietro Anastasi and Luigi Riva marked the goals which sealed Italy's sole EURO title to date.

The Question

Will coach Conte solve the midfielders crisis? Italy's resources are actually very thin and he will probably create a combination using some old faces – Thiago Motta, Riccardo Montolivo and Daniele De Rossi. Italy has to be steered through in the centre and even if this is not a complete disaster, the Azzurri need to use some old-school tricks to demonstrate some value in this European Football Championship.