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Serie A Young Footballer of the Year

Antonio Cassano, who has won the Serie A Young Footballer of the Year award twice

The Serie A Young Footballer of the Year (}

}}: Migliore calciatore giovane) was a yearly award organized by the Italian Footballers' Association (AIC) and is part of the Oscar del Calcio awards event.

Antonio Cassano has won the award the most: 2001 and 2003. Roma have had the most winners; three players from the club have won the award three times. The first non-Italian to win the award was the Slovak Marek Hamšík in 2008.

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • By club 1.1
    • By country 1.2
    • By position 1.3
  • External links 2

Winners

Filippo Inzaghi, who won the first award in 1997
Alexandre Pato, who won the award in 2009
Year Player Club
1997
Filippo Inzaghi
Atalanta
1998
Alessandro Nesta
Lazio
1999
Francesco Totti
Roma
2000
Roberto Baronio
Reggina
2001
Antonio Cassano
Bari
2002
Matteo Brighi
Bologna
2003
Antonio Cassano
Roma
2004
Alberto Gilardino
Parma
2005
Giampaolo Pazzini
Fiorentina
2006
Daniele De Rossi
Roma
2007
Riccardo Montolivo
Fiorentina
2008
Marek Hamšík
Napoli
2009
Alexandre Pato
Milan
2010
Javier Pastore
Palermo

By club

Club Players Total
Roma 3 3
Fiorentina 2 2
Atalanta 1 1
Bari 1 1
Bologna 1 1
Lazio 1 1
Milan 1 1
Napoli 1 1
Palermo 1 1
Parma 1 1
Reggina 1 1

By country

Country Players Total
 Italy 10 12
 Argentina 1 1
 Brazil 1 1
 Slovakia 1 1

By position

Position Players Total
Forward 6 7
Midfielder 6 6
Defender 1 1

External links

  • (Italian) List of Oscar del Calcio winners on the AIC official website
  • (Italian) List of Gran Galà del Calcio winners on the AIC official website
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