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Ivano Bordon

Ivano Bordon
Ivano Bordon in 2008
Personal information
Full name Ivano Bordon
Date of birth (1951-04-13) 13 April 1951
Place of birth Marghera, Italy
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1970–1983 Internazionale 281 (0)
1983–1986 Sampdoria 90 (0)
1986–1987 Sanremese 16 (0)
1987–1989 Brescia 62 (0)
Total 449 (0)
National team
1970–1973 Italy U21 6 (0)
1978–1984 Italy 21 (0)
Teams managed
1993–1994 Napoli (goalkeeping coach)
1994–1999 Juventus (goalkeeping coach)
1999-2001 Internazionale (goalkeeping coach)
2001–2004 Juventus (goalkeeping coach)
2004–2006 Italy (goalkeeping coach)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Ivano Bordon (born 13 April 1951 in Venice) is an Italian former football (soccer) goalkeeper. During his career he was regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in Italy.[1] After retiring he became a notable and successful goalkeeping coach with Juventus and the Italian national football team that won the 2006 FIFA World Cup, under manager Marcello Lippi.[2]


  • Playing career 1
  • Honour 2
    • Club 2.1
    • International 2.2
  • References 3

Playing career

He [3] was born in Marghera, Venice. During his Serie A career (from 1970 to 1989) he played for Inter (1970–83), winning two Serie A titles in 1971 and 1980, as well as two Coppa Italia titles; he also reached the 1972 European Cup final with Inter, where they were defeated by Cruyff's Ajax side.[4] He later played for Sampdoria (1983–86), where he won another Coppa Italia in 1985.[5] He also played for Sanremese (1986–87) and Brescia (1987–89) before retiring.[1]

With the Italy national football team, Bordon received 21 caps, and he participated in three major tournaments with Italy as Dino Zoff's backup. He represented Italy at the 1978 FIFA World Cup (where Italy reached the semi-finals finishing in fourth place), Euro 1980 (where Italy reached the semi-finals finishing in fourth place once again), and he was also a member of Italy's 1982 World Cup winning squad.[6]







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  6. ^ 1982 FIFA World Cup: Italy Squad FIFA. Retrieved 2 February 2010.
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