Pierino Prati

Pierino Prati was one of the strongest and complete forward of the Italian football Postwar. He was agile, technical and powerful at the same time, he was great with the head-game and he was . With A.C. Milan he won a League Title, a European/South American Cup, three Italian Cups, two European Cups but most of all the UEFA Champions League won in the 1969 after the final match against Ajax (trained by the young Crujiff) where he scored three goals. 

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Personal Details
  • Date of birth: 1946-12-13
  • Place of birth: Cinisello Balsamo (Milano)
  • Role: Forward
Debut and Career
  • Date of debut 1966-09-18
  • Match debut Milan-Venezia 2-1
  • Competition debut Serie A
  • Serie A appearances 143
  • Goals in Serie A 72
  • Total appearances 209
  • Total goals 102
Teams played for

Milan
Salernitana
Savona
Roma
Fiorentina 


Honours won

1 League Title (1967/68)
1 UEFA Champions League (1968/69)
1 European/South American Cup (1969)
2 Europeans Cups (1967/68, 1972/73)
3 Italian Cups (1966/67, 1971/72, 1972/73)