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Aldo Cevenini

Aldo Cevenini
Personal information
Date of birth(1889-11-08)8 November 1889
Place of birthArona, Italy
Date of death26 October 1973(1973-10-26) (aged 83)
Place of deathDeiva Marina, Italy
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1908–1909Libertas Milano9(?)
1909–1912Milan42(15)
1912–1915Internazionale51(42)
1915–1919Milan42(48)
1919–1921Internazionale18(2)
1921–1922Novese15(?)
1922–1923Internazionale22(1)
Total199(108)
National team
1910–1915 Italy11(4)
Teams managed
1929–1930Atalanta
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Aldo Cevenini (born 8 November 1889 in Arona; died 26 October 1973 in Deiva Marina) was an Italian professional football player and coach.

He made his debut for the Italy national football team in the team's first ever game on 15 May 1910 against France.

He won the Italian championship in the 1919/20 and 1921/22 seasons.

His younger brothers Mario Cevenini, Luigi Cevenini, Cesare Cevenini and Carlo Cevenini all played football professionally. To distinguish them, Aldo was known as Cevenini I, Mario as Cevenini II, Luigi as Cevenini III, Cesare as Cevenini IV and Carlo as Cevenini V.

External links

  • Career summary by playerhistory.com
  • Aldo Cevenini at National-Football-Teams.com
Preceded by
Marco Sala
A.C. Milan Captain
1916-1919
Succeeded by
Alessandro Scarioni


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