Awards
Viareggio Cup





 
36th PREMIO ‹‹TORQUATO BRESCIANI››

MICHELE UVA
 
Michele Uva is a manager with extraordinary knowledge and experience, as he started his career in small football clubs before being entrusted with more prestigious and delicate offices within the Italian football federation (FIGC) and UEFA. Sport has its bearings in him thanks to his undisputed management skills that have guaranteed a permanent growth in the organisational set-up of an increasingly enjoyable product in worldwide TV markets. Furthermore, his expertise has been accompanied with sobriety and tact, especially in the deepest moments experienced by the entire Italian football movement.

 

   ALL WINNERS
1983 Artemio FRANCHI
1984 Franco CARRARO
1985 Federico SORDILLO
1986 Primo NEBIOLO
1987 Ugo CESTANI
1988 Antonio MATARRESE
1989 Niels LIEDHOLM
1990 Michele PIERRO
1991 Luciano NIZZOLA
1992 Julio VELASCO
1993 Corrado FERLAINO
1994 Raffaele RANUCCI
1995 Giorgio PEDRANESCHI
1996 Giancarlo ABETE
1997 Domenico LUZZARA
1998 Innocenzo MAZZINI
1999 Massimo MORATTI
2000 Gianni PETRUCCI
2001 Guglielmo PETROSINO
2002 Vittorio CHIUSANO
2003 Mario MACALLI
2004 Antonio PAPPONETTI
2005 Fabio BRESCI
2006 Aldo SPINELLI
2007 Rosella SENSI
2008 Giavanni COBOLLI GIGLI
2009 Beppe MAROTTA
2010 Giorgio PERINETTI
2011 Andrea AGNELLI
2012 Gianni RIVERA
2013 Demetrio ALBERTINI
2014 Carlo TAVECCHIO
2015 Fabrizio CORSI
2016 Marcello NICCHI

2017 Aurelio DE LAURENTIIS
2018 Michele UVA

 
 
56th PREMIO ‹‹BRUNO ROGHI››

PAOLA FERRARI

 

Paola Ferrari has presented with passion and authority "90° minuto" and "La Domenica Sportiva", two TV programmes that have shaped the history of Italian football and have become throughout the years authentic icons of popular passion. Despite the fierce competition of similar programmes, both of them are still loved by a large audience of football fans. Ferrari has succeeded in combining competence, curiosity and originality, three key elements for the success of a TV show.

 

   ALL WINNERS
1963 Vittorio POZZO
1964 Giuseppe AMBROSINI
1965 Leone BOCCALI
1966 Giampaolo ORMEZZANO, Cesare TURRINI, Alfredo PERRA, Sergio NERI
1967 Giorgio TOSATTI
1968 Giordano GOGGIOLI
1969 Gianni BRERA
1970 Aldo BARDELLI
1971 Antonio GHIRELLI
1972 Gino PALUMBO
1973 Giglio PANZA
1974 Giorgio MOTTANO
1975 Nando MARTELLINI
1976 Mario GISMONDI
1977 Adalberto BORTOLOTTI
1978 Paolo VALENTI
1979 Gianni DE FELICE
1980 Ezio DE CESARI
1981 Bruno RASCHI
1982 Aldo BISCARDI
1983 Italo CUCCI
1984 Tito STAGNO
1985 Giammaria CAZZANIGA
1986 Candido CANNAVÒ
1987 Sergio ZAVOLI
1988 Piero DARDANELLO
1989 Domenico MORACE
1990 Sandro CIOTTI e Marino BARTOLETTI
1991 Gianni MINÀ
1992 Bruno PIZZUL
1993 Gianni MURA
1994 Giampiero GALEAZZI
1995 Gianfranco DE LAURENTIS
1996 Massimo DE LUCA
1997 Fabrizio MAFFEI
1998 Antonio DAMASCELLI
1999 Ettore ROGNONI
2000 Xavier JACOBELLI
2001 Marco MAZZOCCHI e Sandro PICCININI
2002 Giovanni BRUNO
2003 Giancarlo PADOVAN
2004 Alessandro VOCALELLI
2005 Roberto PERRONE
2006 Rino TOMMASI
2007 Iacopo VOLPI
2008 Maurizio CROSETTI
2009 Roberto BECCANTINI
2010 Carlo VERDELLI
2011 Eugenio DE PAOLI
2012 Paolo DE PAOLA
2013 Fabio CARESSA
2014 Gianni CERQUETI
2015 Federico BUFFA
2016 Daniele DALLERA

2017 Mario SCONCERTI
2018 Paola FERRARI
 

 
 
 
 
29th PREMIO ‹‹GAETANO SCIREA››

LUIGI DI BIAGIO

 

Luigi Di Biagio has always displayed a great temperament both as a professional footballers and as a coach, pushing teammates as well as players under his supervision towards important goals. He has been named interim Italy coach in the darkest moment for the Azzurri and his achievements speak for him, as he led the under-21 national team up to the European Championships semi-finals. Di Biagio has contributed to the individual, tactical and mental growth of a group of youngsters on whom Italian football can rely in order to plan its relaunch.

 

   ALL WINNERS
1990 Dino ZOFF
1991 Marcello LIPPI
1992 Giampiero BONIPERTI
1993 Gigi RIVA
1994 Arrigo SACCHI
1995 Fabio CAPELLO
1996 Sandro MAZZOLA
1997 Cesare MALDINI
1998 Michel PLATINI
1999 Giovanni TRAPATTONI
2000 Marco TARDELLI
2001 Carlo ANCELOTTI
2002 Giovanni VAVASSORI
2003 Roberto MANCINI
2004 Paolo BERRETTINI
2005 Claudio GENTILE
2006 Cesare PRANDELLI
2007 Ciro FERRARA
2008 Gianluca PESSOTTO
2009 Claudio RANIERI
2010 Gianpiero GASPERINI
2011 Giancarlo ANTOGNONI
2012 Giuseppe SANNINO
2013 Andrea STRAMACCIONI
2014 Giampiero VENTURA
2015 Antonio CONTE
2016 Paulo SOUSA

2017 Gennaro GATTUSO
2018 Luigi DI BIAGIO

 
 
 
 
14th PREMIO ‹‹CENTRO GIOVANI CALCIATORI››

LORIS LUIGI MARZOCCHI

 

Loris Luigi Marzocchi started to contribute to Bologna-based newspaper Il Resto del Carlino and Naples-originated newspaper Il Mattino. He was then employed by sports newspaper Tuttosport in 1971, dealing with marketing before joining the editorial staff. Football and football academies in particular have always been his passion. In 1992 he was the only Italian correspondent from the UEFA European Under-16 Championships in Cyprus. His work has contributed to spotlight the campionato Primavera as well as the Viareggio Cup, since he used to write features that have stimulated the attention of national media to a previously ignored sector. Marzocchi worked as a correspondent from the Viareggio tournament for 14 years and as the head of the Viareggio Cup press office for 9 years, refounding and modernising the communication and the official website. He has left an indelible mark on CGC Viareggio at journalistic and organisational level.
 
   ALL WINNERS
2005 Massimo GUIDI, Roy LEPORE e Giovanni LORENZINI
2006 Andrea VANNUCCI
2007 Marcello LIPPI
2008 Eugenio FASCETTI
2009 Paolo GIUSTI
2010 Giorgio SQUINZI
2011 Filippo RAFFAELLI
2012 Cino MARCHESE
2013 Mino FAVINI
2014 Michele GEMIGNANI
2015 Andrea BIAGIOTTI
2016 Stefano PELLACANI

2017 Massimo VIVOLI
2018 Loris Luigi MARZOCCHI

 











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