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Virginio Rosetta
Personal information
Full name Virginio Rosetta
Date of birth February 25, 1902(1902-02-25)
Place of birth Vercelli, Italy
Date of death March 31, 1975 (aged 73)
Place of death Torino, Italy
Playing position Defender
Youth career
1918-1920 Pro Vercelli
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1919-1920 Pro Vercelli ? (?)
1923-1936 Juventus 338 (15)
National team
1920-1934 Italy 52 (0)
Teams managed
1935-1939 Juventus
1939-1940 Lucchese
1947-1948 Palermo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Virginio "Viri" Rosetta (February 25, 1902 — March 31, 1975) was an Italian football player. He was also a precision passer.

Rosetta was born in Vercelli, Piedmont, where he debuted for Pro Vercelli in the Italian First Division (Serie A's predecessor) in the 1919-20 season, as a striker. He later turned into an effective defender.

Pro Vercelli was then one of the major Italian football teams, and Rosetta won two scudetti in 1921 and 1922. He debuted for Italy at the 1920 Summer Olympics, forming a partnership with Renzo De Vecchi.

In 1923 he moved to Juventus, where he was paid as a footballer for the first time. He won his first title in 1926, and was an integral part of the team which won five consecutive scudetti during the 1930s.

He was a member of the Italian football team, which placed fifth at the 1924 Summer Olympics and won the bronze medal at the 1928 Summer Olympics.

He won a total of eight national championships, with the final five being Serie A titles. Only two players, Giovanni Ferrari and Giuseppe Furino, have also won eight titles in the Italian leagues.

For Italy, Rosetta received a total of 52 caps, and won the 1934 FIFA World Cup on home soil. He retired in 1936.

He died in Turin in 1975.

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Preceded by
Carlo Bigatto Iº
Juventus F.C. captains
1929-1935
Succeeded by
Luis Monti
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Virginio Rosetta
Personal information
Full nameVirginio Rosetta
Date of birthFebruary 25, 1902(1902-02-25)
Place of birthVercelli, Italy
Date of deathMarch 31, 1975 (aged 73)
Place of deathTorino, Italy
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
1918-1920Pro Vercelli
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps (Gls)
1919-1920Pro Vercelli? (?)
1923-1936Juventus338 (15)
National team
1920-1934Italy52 (0)
Teams managed
1935-1939Juventus
1939-1940Lucchese
1947-1948Palermo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Virginio "Viri" Rosetta (February 25, 1902 — March 31, 1975) was an Italian football player. He was also a precision passer.

Rosetta was born in Vercelli, Piedmont, where he debuted for Pro Vercelli in the Italian First Division (Serie A's predecessor) in the 1919-20 season, as a striker. He later turned into an effective defender.

Pro Vercelli was then one of the major Italian football teams, and Rosetta won two scudetti in 1921 and 1922. He debuted for Italy at the 1920 Summer Olympics, forming a partnership with Renzo De Vecchi.

In 1923 he moved to Juventus, where he was paid as a footballer for the first time. He won his first title in 1926, and was an integral part of the team which won five consecutive scudetti during the 1930s.

He was a member of the Italian football team, which placed fifth at the 1924 Summer Olympics and won the bronze medal at the 1928 Summer Olympics.

He won a total of eight national championships, with the final five being Serie A titles. Only two players, Giovanni Ferrari and Giuseppe Furino, have also won eight titles in the Italian leagues.

For Italy, Rosetta received a total of 52 caps, and he was a member of the 1934 FIFA World Cup winning squad. He was captain in Italy's first game at the tournament, but it proved to be his last international appearance and he did not play in the final itself. He retired in 1936.

He died in Turin in 1975.

External links

Preceded by
Carlo Bigatto Iº
Juventus F.C. captains
1929-1935
Succeeded by
Luis Monti

Template:U.S. Città di Palermo managers


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