ALESSANDRO DEL PIERO

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PLAYER INFO
NameAlessandro Del Piero
Date of Birth9 November 1974
Place of Birth Conegliano, Italy
Height1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
Career1981-2014
PositionForward
Previous EditionsFIFA 20, FIFA 19
SHORT BIOGRAPHY
Alessandro Del Piero (born 9 November 1974) is a retired Italian football legend. He is most known for his time at Juventus, where he was and still is one of the most accomplished and respected players in the club’s history. He made his professional debut with Serie B side Padova in 1992 and in 1993 earned a transfer to Juventus, where he played for 19 seasons.

Del Piero was revered for his attacking and creative play. He was most famous for his left sided attacks where he would dribble in from wide, cutting across the edge of the area and curling a finesse shot into the top corner. This was known throughout as the “Del Piero Zone”.
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
>2 Padova141
19 Juventus705290
2 Sydney FC4824
0 Delhi Dynamos101
13 Italy9127
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IRL MEDIA IMAGES AND VIDEOS OF THE PLAYER
FIFA 21Alessandro Del Piero - Base Item
BASE
RELEASE DATES
PacksOctober 20 - December 20
Transfer MarketOctober 20 - September 21
FUT DraftOctober 20 - December 20
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration82
Aggression80
Agility71
Balance71
Composure88
Crossing77
Curve81
Def. Awareness28
Dribbling76
Finishing95
FK Accuracy86
Heading Accuracy94
Interceptions44
Jumping88
Long Passing63
Long Shots86
Penalties94
Positioning92
Reactions87
Short Passing82
Shot Power94
Sliding Tackle55
Sprint Speed80
Stamina84
Standing Tackle65
Strength88
Vision76
Volleys93
1993
Del Piero began his career at Padova and started to make a name for himself in early 1993. His performances caught the eye of Italian giants Juventus, who secured his signature in the summer. Del Piero didn’t have to wait long for his chance in the first team, making his debut as a substitute in September against Foggia. He came off the bench in the following game to net the first of his 208 league goals to come in the black and white stripes of The Old Lady.
FIFA 21 Alessandro Del Piero - Mid Item
MID
RELEASE DATES
PacksOctober 20 - February 21
Transfer MarketOctober 20 - September 21
FUT DraftOctober 20 - February 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration86
Aggression62
Agility87
Balance73
Composure90
Crossing87
Curve88
Def. Awareness36
Dribbling94
Finishing93
FK Accuracy89
Heading Accuracy64
Interceptions43
Jumping58
Long Passing76
Long Shots87
Penalties92
Positioning89
Reactions88
Short Passing84
Shot Power85
Sliding Tackle34
Sprint Speed85
Stamina85
Standing Tackle42
Strength64
Vision91
Volleys89
1995
By 1995, Del Piero had established himself as a regular in the Juventus first team and had earned a first international cap in March of that year. There were further reasons for Del Piero to celebrate as he later helped The Old Lady to their first Scudetto in 9 years, as well as capturing the Coppa Italia for a rare double. In November, Del Piero scored his first international goal for the Azzurri in a 4-0 win over Lithuania. His performances in 1995 would earn him a Ballon d’Or nomination.
FIFA 21 Alessandro Del Piero - Prime Item
PRIME
RELEASE DATES
PacksDecember 20 - September 21
Transfer MarketDecember 20 - September 21
FUT DraftDecember 20 - September 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration84
Aggression59
Agility84
Balance66
Composure93
Crossing89
Curve90
Def. Awareness38
Dribbling95
Finishing95
FK Accuracy91
Heading Accuracy76
Interceptions41
Jumping58
Long Passing80
Long Shots91
Penalties94
Positioning94
Reactions89
Short Passing89
Shot Power86
Sliding Tackle36
Sprint Speed83
Stamina82
Standing Tackle42
Strength64
Vision94
Volleys87
2006
Del Piero started 2006 in style by netting a hat-trick in a Coppa Italia match against Fiorentina. In doing so he became the all-time leading scorer for Juventus, taking his tally to 185 goals. Now 32, Del Piero was named in Italy’s 2006 FIFA World Cup™ squad. He made 5 appearances in the tournament, scoring the second goal in the semi-final, before fulfilling his boyhood dream of lifting the World Cup trophy as Italy beat France 5-3 on penalties, with Del Piero scoring the fourth.
FIFA 21 Alessandro Del Piero - Prime Moments Item
PRIME MOMENTS
RELEASE DATES
PacksFebruary 21 - September 21
Transfer MarketFebruary 21 - September 21
FUT DraftFebruary 21 - September 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration87
Aggression61
Agility87
Balance69
Composure95
Crossing90
Curve96
Def. Awareness38
Dribbling95
Finishing98
FK Accuracy97
Heading Accuracy76
Interceptions41
Jumping59
Long Passing83
Long Shots96
Penalties94
Positioning94
Reactions89
Short Passing92
Shot Power91
Sliding Tackle40
Sprint Speed86
Stamina85
Standing Tackle48
Strength66
Vision95
Volleys89
2006
Germany 0-2 Italy – World Cup 2006 Semi Final

It took until the 119th minute of the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ semi-final for Italy to break the deadlock against Germany. With Germany then piling men forward, Italy hit them on the counter and substitute Alessandro Del Piero almost immediately doubled the lead, placing a first-time finish with the inside of his foot into the top corner. The goal cued wild celebrations and sealed Italy’s place in the final which they would go on to win.