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Serie B
Current sport.svg Serie B 2009–10
Promotion To
Serie A
Relegation To
Lega Pro Prima Divisione

This is a list of foreign players in Serie B. The following players:

  1. have played at least one Serie B game for the respective club.
  2. have not been capped for the Italian national team on any level, independently from the birthplace, except for players born in San Marino and active in the Italian national team before the first official match of the Sammarinese national team played on November 14, 1990 and players of Italian formation born abroad from Italian parents.
  3. have been born in Italy and were capped by a foreign national team. This includes players who have dual citizenship with Italy.

There are 112 players representing 42 Nations that have played at least 1 game in 2009-10 season so far.


Albania Albania

Andorra Andorra

Algeria Algeria

Argentina Argentina

Australia Australia

Austria Austria

Belarus Belarus

Belgium Belgium

Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil Brazil

Bulgaria Bulgaria

Burkina Faso Burkina Faso

Cameroon Cameroon

  • Mack Mboune Alain Elvis Bono – Ternana – 2004-06
  • Daniel Chigou – Ternana – 2001-02
  • Patrice Feussi – Genoa, Pisa – 2002-03, 2007-09
  • Divine Fonjock – Treviso – 2008-09
  • Antonio Ghomsi – Genoa, Salernitana, Avellino – 2002-05, 2008-09
  • Samuel Ipoua – Torino – 1996-97
  • Thomas Herve Job – Sampdoria, Pescara, Cremonese, Ascoli, Pisa, Grosseto – 2001-02, 2004-06, 2007-10
  • Daniel Maa Boumsong – Treviso – 2006-07
  • Kelvin Ewome MatuteCesena – 2009-10
  • Albert Meyong – Ravenna – 1998-99
  • Frank Ongfiang – Palermo – 2002-03
  • Louisse Essengue Eloumu ParfaitPiacenza – 2009-10
  • Laurent Sanda – Genoa – 2001-02
  • Hilarie Ndjantou Tankoua – Crotone – 2000-01
  • Pierre Wome – Lucchese – 1997-98
  • Francis Zé – Sampdoria – 2002-03

Canada Canada

Chile Chile

Colombia Colombia

DR Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • Christian Kanyengele – Savoia, Catania – 1999-00, 2003-05
  • Jason Mayélé – Cagliari – 2000-02

Costa Rica Costa Rica

Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire

Croatia Croatia

Czech Republic Czech Republic

Denmark Denmark

Dominican Republic Dominican Republic

Ecuador Ecuador

Egypt Egypt

  • Hany Said – Bari, Messina, Fiorentina – 2001-04

England England

Estonia Estonia

Finland Finland

France France

Gabon Gabon

Georgia Georgia (country)

Germany Germany

Ghana Ghana

Greece Greece

Guinea Guinea

Honduras Honduras

Hungary Hungary

Iran Iran

Israel Israel

Kenya Kenya

Liberia Liberia

Libya Libya

Liechtenstein Liechtenstein

Lithuania Lithuania

Mali Mali

Montenegro Montenegro

Morocco Morocco

Netherlands Netherlands

Nigeria Nigeria

Northern Ireland Northern Ireland

  • Paddy Sloan – Udinese, Brescia – 1949-50 dual Irish international

Norway Norway

  • Knut Andersen – Padova – 1952-53
  • Runar Berg – Venezia – 2000-01
  • Per Bredesen – Udinese, Messina – 1955-56, 1959-61
  • Finn Gundersen – Verona – 1958-59
  • Steinar Nilsen – Napoli – 1998-00

Paraguay Paraguay

Peru Peru

Poland Poland

Portugal Portugal

Qatar Qatar

Romania Romania

Russia Russia

San Marino San Marino

Scotland Scotland

Senegal Senegal

Serbia Serbia

Sierra Leone Sierra Leone

Slovakia Slovakia

Slovenia Slovenia

Somalia Somalia

South Africa South Africa

Spain Spain

Sweden Sweden

Switzerland Switzerland

Togo Togo

Tunisia Tunisia

Turkey Turkey

United States United States

Uruguay Uruguay

Uzbekistan Uzbekistan

Venezuela Venezuela

Wales Wales

See also



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